Lenox Health Greenwich Village (New York)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City New York NY
State New York
Address 30 7th Ave
Phone number +1 646-665-6000
Website northwell.edu View
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Lenox Health Greenwich Village ER Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
Although this is the hours, please feel free to call the Lenox Health Greenwich Village phone number to confirm.

Lenox Health Greenwich Village Reviews

Before you go to Lenox Health Greenwich Village, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this New York emergency room think.

Kross Bunz⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI came here because I had a severely infected pilnodial abscess. The people taking care of me were so beyond patient and kind . I cried a bit from the residual pain but mostly I was so thankful . Nicole is the best !!!!! I highly recommend this place. Not 1 person was rude or dismissive they took care of everything and made sure I was as comfortable as possible.tad greene I just had the worst experience of my life at this hospital. They’re nurse was so so nasty and rude to me. I asked multiple time to please take out my IV after I was being treated and was no longer needing it. I’m in pain and comfortable and he still refused to help me and I was forced to remove it myself. He dressed me down and basically told me their are people dieing in the hospital and my problems were important enough. I walked out. I couldn’t believe how rude he was being to a patient. I just have never had a nurse treat me this wayAPerson Online i would never recommend this place. it’s illegal to just drug someone up and then force them to leave while still under the effects of strong narcotics. i came in convulsing, seizing and they called my doctor in who sent me. they gave me dilaudid once (possibly a second time, i don’t recall) and 2 doses of Ativan. which is a heavy sedative causing me to be falling asleep. then, 4 hours after i arrived (this is very short for an ER) and not enough time for the Ativan to have worn off —> they literally forced me to leave. i was still falling asleep while they were discharging me. i asked to see the doctor and due to the amnesia caused by ativan i couldn’t remember what i had needed. the nurse said “okay i’m getting security – you’re playing games.” security comes in basically bullying me to get my things gathered faster. i was so sedated i dropped my medication and had to search on the floor for it. i was explaining this and the security guard said “there aren’t any pills on the floor” in that moment i found one and held it out proving I was not lying. I was, in no way, playing games or being untruthful and I never went back to this place. I didn’t have a car and lived in staten island (my doc had recommended this place. they woke him up 3x that night.) They were bullying me over side effects of the medication THEY gave me. i had to travel home at 2 am for 2.5 hours half asleep…I had attempted to explain all of this to them but they were anxious to get me out of there, the male nurse I had was a complete jerk to me (as was 2/3 female nurses) and, honestly, drugging someone that heavily and kicking a postictal patient out who has been given multiple doses of intense narcotics —> this is all is highly in appropriate and, in fact, illegal. When I told my doctor about their conduct he said they woke him up 3x. I don’t know what their problem with me was…but I do know the rules of nyc for this and YOU CAN NOT drug someone and force them out while they’re telling you you still are too sedated. they willfully were neglectful and blamed me when this was not, in fact, my fault. anyone could see i was loopy.Michelle Perez Omg I had the worst night at this hospital, the doctors was so unattended they just put me in a room for 5 hrs never came to check up on me only once for the xrays to be done! I was in so much pain the minute I walked in they didn’t wana give me no motrin or tylenol because they don’t provide medicine unless u critical is what the doctor told me, I would never ever in my life go to that racist hospital again it was a nightmare I would not recommend it to anybody thumbs down Liz Csordas⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWow I cannot day enough about the staff here. I came in while having an allergic reaction to something I’d eaten. They saw me immediately, took great care of me and were so helpful and friendly. While I hope I don’t have to come back I felt so relieved to know that they’re right in the neighborhood. Dr. Huang and a nurse named Natalie saw me and were so great.Eve Novick I was so sick to my stomach I took an ambulance here. I waited over an hour for my final test & then said I was exhausted & had to go. They said they couldn’t let me, because I was walking erratically–that I had to “sit” there until I appeared to be more stable. I said sitting was not some kind of magic cure & I needed to sleep. The entire staff surrounded me, including the security guard. They didn’t touch me, or try to help me, although I asked for assistance in getting a cab. They kept insisting that due to feeling “concerned” about me they could not permit me to leave the premises. I finally fled into the street, and they followed me. Some chased me & some appeared to be trying to hail a cab behind me. I finally caught a cab by screaming “help me!” It was a frightening, intimidating experience. I tried several times to speak to a supervisor regarding the behavior of the staff, but no one has gotten back to me so I’m warning others with this review.Alyssa Lowray The doctor was extremely rude. All he did was look at me decide to give me Xanax. I didn’t want it because I knew it was addictive and he refused to find any alternatives. He was very dismissive and condescending I’ve never been treated like that in a er before. Everybody in my family thinks city hospitals are the best but from my experience I’ve been treated better in Brooklyn. I don’t understand how you feel as a doctor you can get mad at a sick person. I’m the one uncomfortable, confused and stressed, I assumed most were prepped to be empathetic to people that come in the er whether they end up with something wrong with them or not.Jennifer A. Maguire⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedNo waiting. Nice facility.Top notch care.Steve Tanes⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery convenient and well organized and.professional.Claire Yenson⭐️⭐️Went here on the recommendation of City MD to make sure some back and abdominal pain wasn’t an internal issue. Was admitted around 8:30PM, had two ultrasounds and a CT scan done, and was discharged around 2:45AM. I was honest to god yelled at by the attending physician for saying I was tired and wanted to know what was going on (it was after midnight by this point), then shamed for going to urgent care first, instead of an ER. To top it all off, I was misdiagnosed. I went and saw a specialist a few days later at the recommendation of the doctor at Lenox, and said specialist looked over my discharge paperwork and explained that the ER doctor had read the report of my CT scan wrong. I was perfectly healthy and didn’t need to be in his (the specialist’s) office at all. 2 stars because I was admitted right away, the facilities are clean, and the support staff were pretty nice. Shoutout to Paul, the CT scan technician, who gave me a warm blanket after seeing I was shivering uncontrollably.JCM stuff⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat place we were there on 9/27/19 they took great care of my mother super fast service … great staff Doctor was thorough nursing staff excellent … … Thank you very much to all that were there to take care of my mother …Robin Perani⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAmazing place. My doctor was incredible and nurses Laurent, Ceci, Alyssa, Laura, and Nicholas from pharmacy were very kind. They did all the tests required quickly, then cared for me for several hours while I recovered. I am not from NY, but they made me feel safe and in good hands. Highly recommend.Jeremy Mankin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExtremely helpful and responsive to my medical emergency today.Aria Smith⭐️⭐️⭐️I was struck by a vehicle in a hit and run and was told by the ER doctor that I was fine after having a tech tell me I had a fracture. The ER doctor then realized his mistake and said I’d just need a splint. Then a surgeon came in, cut the splint off and said I need emergency surgery because my bone had rotated 180 degrees upside down. How on earth does this doctor have a license when he can’t read a simple xray??? The nurses, technician, and surgeon were great but that doctor needs a fresher course. That is a malpractice suit waiting to happen. One star less for him and one for the wait time. I arrived there around 2pm and wasn’t transferred and admitted for surgery until 12am. 8hrs is a bit much to be sitting in the ER. It wasn’t crowded so I’m not sure why it took so long.cynthia uffre⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had a great experience here, everyone was super kind and attentive!Madeline Rodriguez Although the care I received was decent- I am leaving 1 Star for this hospital. Specifically for the ER department. I was taken there by ambulance because I could not breathe and at the time was 10 weeks pregnant. They ran bloodwork twice, did urine analysis, chest X-ray, and ultrasound. They gave me antibiotics and magnesium. I am getting specific because I want people to understand what can happen. They are now trying to charge me and my insurance $21,295. I was there for maybe 6 hours. The healthcare system is definitely messed up in this country but this is one of the reasons why. There was no procedure done on me just routine things and a hospital is literally trying to charge thousands of dollars for emergency care. THIS IS NOT OKAY.Jenniffer Rodriguez I came here with pain at 4pm and didn’t leave until 2am not because I was receiving treatment but because I was waiting for results. The nurse said we are waiting for the radiologist on 77th st location to read the scan depending how busy they are there then they’ll get to your scan and send a report. So, after 9 hrs I’m walking away without any answers. Please, save yourself a trip and don’t waste your time coming to this hospital. You will end up waiting forever with no answer.Bryanna Rivera⭐️⭐️This is the worst place ever had me waitinf over an a hour. And they didnt even treat me got me waiting in pain they all look ghetto anf ratchetChris Balfore⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI’ve been here twice for the ER and Both times great service and very caring people! and even the Ambulance crew was phenomanel they even stopped by my ER room and checked to see how i was doing! overall 10/10!Reverend Anthony I thought I was going to die in this place. Nasty staff who did nothing. A danger to patients.Edwin Charon⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedFantastic very professional. Been in New York all my life and this is the best. Staff are kind caring and respectful. Totally opposite of st Barnabas hospital in the Bronx. St Barnabas is the worst hospital in the world. I will prefer to be hospitalized at the ASPCA before being admitted in St Barnabas. The staff are rude uncaring and most of them don’t even quality to be working in a zoo. I seen better quality of people that work on the Animal rescue program then I seen IN ST. Barnabas hospital. Scary place. The staff look like the characters from NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.Farjana asha⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI was there last night due to tonsillitis and a disgusting cough. Had about 6 different medical professionals treat me. While I was waiting, had a 10 minute discussion about Gucci Mane with the janitor. Also some of the staff there were cuteeeeeee. Some real eye candies there. Wait time was decent, not too long. Appropriate medication was given and now I feel like a trillion bucks. 5/5 would recommend. Will def visit if I have any life threatening emergencies againMaggie Segale Hello, I had a terrible experience at this hospital. It’s a real shame because there is no other choice but to go to the ER if you’re unwell in the middle of the night. Upon arrival, the person at the reception desk exhibited clear signs of being high, he then called on the radio to the doctor to come out, who took three minutes, and then instead of talking to me, joked around with the reception person. When I did get to a chair, I explained my situation and that my medication was out. No mention of getting me more. I was moved to a room, and three more different individuals came in and asked me what was wrong, took my pulse and left (a total of four different doctors I explained myself to) . By the time the fourth came in, I asked if she knew that this is the fourth time that was happening, in case there was a miscommunication and it would streamline their process if there was a chart with this information on it. She seemed offended and did not offer my any explanation. I was then left alone for an hour, then given an inhaler, and then left alone for two more hours. The inhaler was finished and stopped flowing medicine after fifteen minutes. I was left alone with the air-streaming tube until the doctor came to discharge me and hour and a half later. She took my pulse and offered no information about my unusual heart rate, offered no information as to what was going on with my body, and making it very clear I was her last priority. I was kept up all night with no information. That is the opposite of helping a person feel better. I fully recognize that ERs are busy places, and that those with dire needs should absolutely come first. There needs to be a solution here, however. This can not be the health care experience. I feel worse now, and tired, and frustrated, and still need to go to CityMD to get my prescription refilled. I don’t doubt that the doctors are all lovely people and were overwhelmed, however, there needs to be a solution to this problem.Lola Tesla⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDefinitely the best hospital visit I have ever had. Everyone there was a professional. They really knew their stuff and were very empathetic and caring. They fixed me!Aydin Torun⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe Gold Standard. Assigned only a five-star rating because six was not available. Walking in is a Twilight Zone-like experience: spotless, quiet, climate-controlled, qualified personnel with an air of professionalism. At all hours of the day and night, you will be seen with minimal delay. Front desk: preliminary inquiry is made as to the reason for your visit. Within minutes, you will be ushered inside where your vitals will be taken. From there it’s on to a single room. And depending on the nature of your emergency, every diagnostic test required will be ordered and you will be seen in 1 – 2 – 3 systematic fashion with consults from specialists where needed. I have crawled in with a serious case of pneumonia and every effort was made to see to it I was comfortable. At least 4 daily news papers are available for perusal by dinosaurs like me; cable and electric outlets are available for those partial to gadgets. Visitors can be helpful. (Those of you who have experienced HHC emergency rooms in city hospitals will marvel at the possibilities this free standing, dedicated E.R. presents with its effortless demonstration of a first-class operation executed seamlessly.) What emergency care would look like if you were asked to execute a perfect working model.EJ Sepp⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Best ER in the city. Virtually all my ER visits over the years in any NYC hospital have been much worse than this one. Northwell has a great system for ERs that makes the patient considerably more comfortable. The level of care you get, of course depends on the doctors you happen to see, but it’s light years ahead of Mt. Siniai or other area hospitals in terms of treating you like a human being.James P⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery nice and helpful people, clean environment, uncrowded, no pain with the injection. Long waiting times though, but everything was great.Bernadette Candelario⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis place is hands down amazing! The care and staff here are incredible. They are nice and have amazing bedside manner. Everyone from the doctors to the front desk are so polite. They go out of their way to make you as comfortable as possible and always update you on every step in your care. I Highly, highly recommend it.Osama Ashraf Not only was the emergency wait time 2 hours but they neglected to fulfill the prescription afterwards, not even caring about the medication. Would never visit again just take your chances with Mt Sinai.Caryl Berenato Avoid at all costs. My daughter was sent here in the middle of the day by City MD- another place to avoid if at all possible, by the way, with paperwork instructing them : Sent to ER because: Severe Medical Complexity (OUT-PATIENT MANAGEMENT NOT APPROPRIATE). She was admitted almost immediately and then she was ignored for hours. Only after I insisted for the third time that a doctor see her- I was told there was only one on rotation- did someone come in to check on her. They gave her a saline IV and discharged her with a fever and new and worsening symptoms. They completely misdiagnosed her which put her on course for treatment, again, from City MD, which was life threatening. And with all of this, the bills for this inappropriate and damaging care are outrageous. This facility failed to provide reasonable competent care to a seriously ill patient. One star only because they won’t allow a zero star rating.Luke Imperato⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedRemember, it’s a stand alone ER, so if you’re getting admitted you will most likely be transferred to another hospital. The benefit is, you will save the time in the ER and go straight to the floor, ICU or sometimes even the OR. Facilities are clean and staff are friendly.Bekzod Abdulhakov So…. Is it possible to die waiting for a doctor? I have been waiting for one and half hour. Stuff behave themselves so funny like they work in the circle. And really do not know that they Have to be fast and help people. It is an Emergency Room!!! Please do not forget it.Benjamin Santos Unless you are dying and need care, DO NOT go to this place. Deceiving regarding cost and poor treatment and timeliness from staff.Hensel Guerra⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEverything was razonable quick and everybody was really nice. If you don’t have insurance it could be painfully expensive, like $1000 dollars for a ibuprofen of 600 mg, so have that in mind. That’s just NY and not this specific place so I don’t have any bad opinion at all for this place. My experience there was 100% satisfactory! I’ve being there twice!Joseph Urbinati Dishonest doctors that will look to exploit you for money when you are at your worst – beware of this place.Alain S Completely unhelpful rude security and front desk. Went in today around noon to try and see a doctor. They really could not care less. The front desk guy couldn’t answer anything and we got treated very rudely by the “manager” . Left immediately.Michael Meredith Checked in at 9:21pm last night. They took my pulse & blood pressure, then told me that a doctor would be right with me. At 10:30 I got tired of cleaning up my own blood. Literally went across the street and bought first aid supplies at CVS. Went back to Lenox, wrapped my own knee wound, waited another hour. When the clock finally struck midnight I gave up and went home. Knee still bleeding. Next will be a $600 bill for their expert medical treatment, I’m sure. Lame!Joe Mangan⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedJust went to the ER tonight. What a great experience. I️ was in a great amount of pain and discomfort, and my doctor Emmy listened to me, and was able to diagnose me immediately. They got me a scan really quickly, and the tech – Yaya – was such a great guy. They were efficient, courteous and friendly, and medicated and diagnosed me properly and quickly. Thank you, Lenox Hill ER.Ashira Israel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe best doctors and staff, excellent state of the art facility, highly recommend!!Zachary Davinci⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI really REALLY love this hospital,everyone here is so fast,clean,very RESPECTFUL,organized and just does their job, this is the best hospitalDaniel Hoeg The RN, Maryvick Riccobono, was awful. A terrible personality, bad bedside manner, and a horrible nurse who had to poke my friend multiple times for an IV. I would specifically avoid this hospital in the future based on Maryvick Riccobono’s awful attitude, bedside manner, and extremely misguided interpretation of HIPPA rules. I will be writing a letter to management, the Board of Regents, and Northwell to report her lack of professionality.K Li⭐️⭐️My primary care physician sent me to this ER after determining that my hemoglobin dropped to 6.8. They quickly put me in an emergency room and Dr. Leavy evaluated me and administered some protonix. Many doctors told me this can be lethal and should be treated immediately. However, they had me wait 3 hours alone when they promised to admit me and bring me to a hospital (weird since they told me I could die). Anyways, I simply walked out and now I’m almost fully recovered.Sarah Dorsey⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedClean, professional, quick emergency service. It was quiet and calm inside. I was in great pain and I was shown into a room immediately and given some painkillers pronto. I recommend!Chris Whalen Brought my girlfriend here the other night and was not impressed at all. We happened to arrive at the same time as a food delivery guy, and the intake staff seemed far more concerned with their Chinese food than with my girlfriend, who was having difficulty breathing due to an allergic reaction. The whole operation seemed very haphazard and the level of professionalism was much lower than expected. I would avoid this place if possible.Risilda Laho I stopped by the Lenox Health in Greenwich Village as I feel on my back on top of a water glass and the pain on my back was untorable. It was approximately at 8:30 PM. I was in tears and everyone in the hospital would just stare and not help. I later asked for help as the pain was unacceptable, a lady from the front desk stated that the doctors and nurses are changing shifts which is why I am still not being seen. Later Ashley came and asked me the same questions, Meghan asked when I walked in the hospital. I suggested for Ashley to read the notes which Meghan wrote as I was not able to speak from having short breath due to the hard hit which I am still waiting for the doctor to see the results. Furthermore Vanessa the nurse practitioner came thirty minutes later after Ashley asking me the same exact question: “What happened?” I suggested her reading the notes, she left, and went back to the back chatting with the rest of the staff. Due to the high ammount of pain, I walked up to them to understand what the excuse of them not taking care of me as a patient. She continued to chat and asked me to go back to the waiting room which I was in major tears and the pain was getting a lot worst. I suggest her to get the doctor asap as I was feeling nacious. Vanessa the nurse practicioner just walked away. Twenty minutes later she brough a gown, and suggested I wait without stating an estimated time as the pain was getting worst. Ashley cam back after 20 minutes, providing me with Tylenol and Anti inflammatory pills. I took them waited another 30 minutes until someone came and got in me in for the ex rays, The staff taking my xrays did not state his name but insted told me to take my bras off and continuesly pushed me around the xray table roughly although he new that the pain on my back was severe. I am currently waiting for the doctor to come in and provide the summary result and it has been and hour of waiting and has not yet came in. Unacceptable service of an Manhatan hospital.Aimee Herrick p I was not given appropriate care NEVER saw a dr saw kelsey griffith pa and no labs were done on me and discharged me with huge swelling and nauseaThomas Hoffmann⭐️⭐️I don’t believe the people who say there is no wait. Sitting here now for an hour and still noone even coming by to say anything. Plus not busy at all.Chuck McIntyre This is not a real emergency room, this is a glorified clinic. Do not go here unless you have no other choice. My wife and I went here for a pregnancy related complication. They admitted her, ran a bunch of tests, botched the diagnosis and after 7.5 hours finally admitted they did not have the expertise to help and transferred her to a real hospital in rush hour traffic.Tish Noble⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat facility, amazing staff, prompt professional service. Hope you never need them but if you do…this is the place to go! Thank you for taking such great care of me.Vitaly Ivanov⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedBest radiology everNatalie Z.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVisited ER twice: hard to believe that such place exists. Attentive caring professionals made me feeling calm and confident that everything would be OK. No waiting time, clean individual rooms, modern equipment, excellent services. Recommended this place to everyone I know.Ashley Sweeney⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedIve been here several times between myself or visiting people. Every time the service has been IMPECCABLE and super accomodating and thorough. They make you feel like family.Cornelia S⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent, professional, understanding and kind staff! I went in around 2 at night with chest pain, and was taken care of right away, all tests done, EKG, IV, x-Ray, etc. They even ordered a breakfast for me when I asked for a bite to eat in the morning. Luckily I was fine.Tom H DONT GO THERE!!!! Bunch off business man!!!! they’re not there to help you!!Forhad Ahmed Worlds first hospital that u cant use the restroomJade’ Davis I would only come here if you don’t need immediate assistance and you’re okay with waiting 2.5 hours to be seen . I regret not going to city md. There are empty beds, empty stretchers. I was even told it wasn’t busy today by a nurse, and yes I’ve been waiting for 2.5 hourssssssss. Not quite sure what the joke is here? Like I said, CITY MDAlex B⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent, The best ER experience you will have in NYC or anywhere else.Jahn Ramirez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat service, very clean and calm environment. All staff members are extremely professional and courteous.Anas Ashraf Only come here if you have a book to read because you’re going to be waiting a long time even if you’re in the emergency ward as i wasIsabella Dorea⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI first came here about 8 months ago with severe anaphylaxis, i had used an epipen but by the time i got to the hospital i was going to require intubation. This can be really scary, especially when you’re alone but it’s so important to try to stay calm. Well they made it really easy because from the paramedics, to the nurses, to the doctors they knew exactly what was going on with me, and what to do. This past saturday, I had another reaction and went to the hospital but was breathing ok on my own. So really just got more epi and IV drugs and stayed for a few hours to monitor. TWO nurses remembered me and said they were glad to see it wasn’t as bad as the last time. My doctor even said I looked fabulous (my entire face was like one big balloon). Not only did they make me feel safe when I was in a critical situation, but they also made me feel comfortable and familiar even when it was more manageable. The facility is clean, calm, and incredibly well run, and the employees are seriously top notch. Hands down, best ER i have ever been to in the many years I have struggled with anaphylaxis and I’m very lucky that they are close by. THANK YOUMalea Grubb⭐️⭐️Think of this as more of an overpriced urgent care than a true hospital. Many types of specialist doctors are not on site, no surgery is done on site… Basically, if you are having a “real emergency” this is not the place to go. However, this ER is much cleaner and less crowded than those within hospitals, so for some cases it is probably better to go here than to say the “real” Lenox Hill ER on the UES.

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Lenox Health Greenwich Village Emergency Room in New York.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of New York?

Yes, of course. The Lenox Health Greenwich Village is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Lenox Health Greenwich Village is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Lenox Health Greenwich Village in New York

The full address is 30 7th Ave, New York, NY 10011, United States.

◼️ What’s Lenox Health Greenwich Village phone number?

The phone number of Lenox Health Greenwich Village is +1 646-665-6000. You can click here to call now from your phone.

◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?

If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 40.7378022 and a longitude of -74.000909.

◼️ How much is it to go to the Lenox Health Greenwich Village?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Lenox Health Greenwich Village may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.

◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?

The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.

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