New York Hospital Queens

From proud and humble origins in 1957, New York Hospital Queens has grown into a cutting-edge medical facility, able to serve the complex needs of the city's most culturally diverse borough. Today, this 439-bed tertiary care, community teaching hospital and Level 1 trauma center provides a full spectrum of sophisticated inpatient and outpatient services and employs full-time chairmen in 14 medical specialties, which include ambulatory care, cancer care, cardiology, community medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and surgery services including cardiac surgery for a borough of 2.2 million. New York Hospital Queens is a designated AIDS center, stroke center, and operates the Cardiac Health Center, a community-based heart disease prevention, education, and rehabilitation facility.

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2014-2015 Savings Breakdown

Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 0 lbs
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2013 Archived Campaign Success

Results for Change the World Campaign 2014-2015
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
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Results for Change the World Campaign 2013-2014
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Results for Change the World Campaign 2009-2010
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 2,368,470
Dollars $188,516
kWh 1,391,400
BTUs 1,967,773,374