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Winthrop University Hospital

New Life Center

Welcome to our web site. The New Life Center at Winthrop-University Hospital is a unique facility where mothers, newborns and families receive outstanding, personalized attention. We encourage you to explore our special sections and hope that the information we provide will help you make informed decisions that will foster good health, peace of mind and well-being.

The arrival of your baby is one of life's remarkable events and one of the most unforgettable experiences you and your family will ever have. Our goal is to provide a home-like birth experience within the safety of a hospital environment...The best of both worlds.

Much more than a modern facility with advanced technology set in attractive surroundings, The New Life Center focuses on supporting the family as an important cohesive unit. More than 5,000 babies are born at The New Life Center each year, and through Family Centered Care, the expert staff works to strengthen each family unit as it adjusts to a whole new life with the new baby.

The birth of your baby is a moment in time that affirms the joy of living. It is our privilege to share in your baby's birth.

icon_pdf The Joy of New Beginnings - A Guide for Expectant Parents

Our services and programs include:

For more information call:
Women's Health Services
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Winthrop-University Hospital, in Mineola, New York, on Long Island, is a 591-bed academic medical center and comprehensive tertiary healthcare resource. It is a partner in the Winthrop South Nassau University Health System, Inc., and a member of the Long Island Health Network.

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