At Staten Island University Hospital, our physicians have earned a reputation
for excellence and innovation in education,
research and patient care. Our doctors are
renowned in their fields and lead
exceptional teams of nurses, technicians,
clinicians and support staff that deliver
advanced, compassionate care
to their patients.
Staten Island University Hospital provides complete medical
and surgical services in inpatient and outpatient
settings at both our North and South site locations.
Read on to learn more about the full range of
services offered at SIUH, including
locations, contact information
and descriptions of programs.
At Staten Island University Hospital, we strive to provide
the best health care for our patients. We also seek
to make their stay as comfortable as possible.
That’s why we provide many helpful
resources for patients and visitors
to help them navigate our
hospital with ease.
Would you like to visit someone who is a patient at Staten Island University Hospital? If so, we welcome you. Family and friends
can play a key role in the healing process
for patients. You can serve as a
companion, advocate and be a
participant in their care.
Staten Island University Hospital is part of the Staten Island community. In addition to providing state-of-the-art healthcare services, we educate our
neighbors by sponsoring
events and support groups.
Providing quality health care for our patients is our greatest priority.
In order to do this, our hospital family is committed
to the education of our medical caregivers.
We provide accredited training and
educational programs for physicians, nurses,
allied health professionals and technicians.
Souhel Najjar, MD
Siyamwala M, Nagrani T, Ghaisian V, Bekheit S. Ryanodine Calcium Channel: A novel channelopathy for seizures. - Poster Presentation: ACP National Scientific Competition, April 2010, Toronto Canada
Nagrani N, Siyamwala M, Ghiasian V, Bekheit S. Catecholaminergic Poly-morphic Ventricular tachycardia (CPVT): A Neurocardiac Disorder of Independent Arrhythmias and Seizures. - Poster presentation: MSSNY, May 1, 2009 Third prize winner
Azab B, Zaher M, Najjar S, Wetz R. Two cases of hypo-carnitinaemia suggestive of late onset mitochondrial dysfunction. - Poster presentation: ACP National Scientific Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, April 2009.
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