Top 10 hospitals in NY with the most beds

According to Definitive Healthcare data, New York ranks 6th among the states with the most hospitals. The more than 300 active hospitals in NY account for almost 4% of all hospitals in the country.

We track more than 8,300 active hospitals in our HospitalView product. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the major hospitals in NY with the highest bed count.

List of hospitals in New York ranked by total bed count

Rank Hospital Name City Definitive ID # of Staffed Beds
1 Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Brooklyn 2805 2,342
2 Montefiore Hospital - Moses Campus Bronx 273024 1,459
3 Mount Sinai Medical Center (AKA the Mount Sinai Hospital) New York 2837 1,087
4 New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center New York 541974 862
5 North Shore University Hospital Manhasset 2824 764
6 Strong Memorial Hospital Rochester 2818 761
7 Albany Medical Center Albany 2749 743
8 New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center New York 274163 738
9 Tisch Hospital New York 2843 725
10 Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook 2915 725

Fig. 1 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data is accurate as of October 2022.

What hospitals in New York state have the most beds?

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, located in Brooklyn, ranks number one on our list with a total bed count of 2,342 beds. In second place is Montefiore Hospital – Moses Campus located in the Bronx with 1,459 beds. And in third is Mount Sinai Medical Center with 1,087 beds.

Notably, six out of the top ten hospitals in NY are in one of New York City’s five boroughs. This makes sense, as hospitals in New York City serve many diverse, population-dense communities, and as such would require a higher bed count to meet patient needs more effectively. The remaining hospitals are found in other major areas of the state, such as Long Island, Albany, and Rochester.

For more information about New York hospitals, check out the top 25 NY hospitals ranked by net patient revenue.

What is bed count?

According to the WHO, a hospital’s bed count is used to indicate the number of beds (including day beds, cribs, and cots) available to accommodate patients in need of medical care.

Learn more

Healthcare Insights capture a small slice of the massive amount of healthcare commercial intelligence available on the Definitive Healthcare platform. Want to see the full picture? Start a free trial today and get access to the latest healthcare commercial intelligence on hospitals, physicians, diagnoses, technologies, and more.

Explore our data