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Hotel Chelsea Residents Scuffle with Construction Workers, Police Say

Witnesses said several contractors working on the Hotel Chelsea renovation assaulted two residents.

Downtown »

Downtown Hospital Gets New Ambulances

New York Downtown Hospital now has more ambulances on call around the clock in Lower Manhattan.

Midtown & Theater District »

Elevator Mechanic Shocked, Burned on Face in Midtown

An elevator mechanic was shocked and burned on the face while working at 767 Third ave., fire officials said.

Manhattan »

Saudi Crown Prince Dies at New York Hospital

Saudi Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud died at New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Oct. 22, 2011.

Harlem »

Pregnant Woman Hospitalized after Car Crash

A pregnant woman was taken to Mt. Sinai Medical Center after she and another person were pinned inside a car during a crash, fire officials said.

Harlem »

Harlem Man Goes Missing From Upper West Side Hospital

Kenneth Smith, 21, who lives on West 132nd Street, was last seen Wednesday at a St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital location near Lincoln Center.

Harlem »

Teens Suspected of Harlem Robbery

Two teenage boys are suspected in a robbery that left a victim in the hospital.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

St. Vincent's Reportedly Under Investigation by DA's Fraud Unit

St. Vincent's Hospital is reportedly under investigation by fraud investigators from the Manhattan DA's office.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Man Pinned Between Vehicles in Multi-Car Crash on Upper East Side

A man's legs were pinned between two vehicles when a black TLC vehicle crashed into a row of parked cars on Second Avenue Thursday evening.

Downtown »

'Luxury' Emergency Center Opening Near World Trade Center Next Month

Medhattan Immediate Medical Care is modeled on a spa and boutique hotel.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

New York-Presbyterian Hospital Ranked No. 1 in Metro Area

U.S. News & World Report 's "Best Hospitals" report ranked New York-Presbyterian best in New York and sixth in the nation.  

Washington Heights & Inwood »

New Children's Emergency Room Opens at New York-Presbyterian

The state-of-the-art Cohen Children's Emergency Department opened to patients Thursday.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

MoMA Artist Gravely Injured After Mugging, Friends Say

Industrial designer Gerald Abramovitz, whose work is featured at MoMA, was mugged May 25 on W. 89th Street.

Downtown »

Downtown Hospital Opens New Wing for Healthy People

The $7.5 million Wellness & Prevention Center helps people avoid serious illness.

Downtown »

Four Court Officers Hurt by Violent Defendant

Four New York State court officers were taken to the hospital after they were injured trying to control a defendant.

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