Since first opening its doors in 1736 on the City Common, Bellevue Hospital has served the people of New York City as its primary public hospital. A medical center for the masses, Bellevue helps hundreds of thousands of people annually, and is one of the busiest in the City.
Over the course of its long history, and throughout its movement uptown to its current location in Kips Bay, Bellevue Hospital has seen it all. Check out this short audio clip from NPR titled "Bellevue Hospital Pioneered Care For Presidents And Paupers" then read the accompanying article to learn more about the famous hospital in our backyard.
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