Patients, families & visitors
Planning your visit
Whether you’re coming in for a brief appointment, a day of testing, an extended stay or simply to offer your support as a visitor, here are some helpful pointers to make the most out of the experience.
- About your stay
- Your role as a care partner
- Preparing your child
- Places to stay
- What to bring
Is my insurance accepted?
We participate in most insurance and managed care plans.
Amounts Generally Billed
Under Northwell Health Inc. and affiliated subsidiaries’ Financial Assistance Policy, all hospitals use the look back method as prescribed under § 501(r)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code. This is to ensure that all not-for-profit hospitals limit the amount generally billed (AGB) for emergency or other medically necessary care provided to individuals who are eligible for financial assistance under Northwell Health Inc.’s Financial Assistance Policy (FAP).
Visit or contact a patient
Learn about how to contact a patient and the guidelines to follow when coming in to visit.
- Visiting guidelines
- Contact a patient
Take a virtual tour of our hospital
Explore some of the innovative facilities that make Cohen Children’s Medical Center so special.
We hope you’ll feel at home in this welcoming space, which includes a café, chapel, gift shop, family resource center, surgical waiting area and more. We also offer valet parking for your convenience.
We are the only full service pediatric Emergency Department on Long Island, and our patients get their own rooms. We're also the largest Level I pediatric trauma center in New York designated by the American College of Surgeons.
As the only dedicated pediatric MRI center on Long Island, we are proud to announce our new state-of-the-art suite. Fun fact: NASA provided the space-themed artwork that decorates it!
Every medical surgical unit has a playroom. Here, patients can do arts and crafts, play instruments and video games and partake in other forms of creative therapy, aided by our child life specialists.
All patient rooms in pavilion 3 are new and have a sleeper bed for parents, television, X-Box and a private bathroom.
Patient rooms in the Stem Cell Transplant Unit are specially filtered and feature ample space for visitors, sleeper bed and private bathroom. These rooms are specifically designed for stem cell transplant and high risk cancer patients.