Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

For Patients & Visitors

For Patients & Visitors

As the State of New York continues its phased re-opening and we return to a new normal, Kingsbrook will be accommodating patient visitation as of Wednesday, June 29th. Our patient care philosophy recognizes the many benefits of engaging families and friends in the healing process. However, in an effort to protect patients, visitors and staff, we will be following the strict regulatory guidelines provided by the State.

This guide was prepared for patients, residents, and their families who are receiving services, residing, or visiting Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center. It is our sincere wish that all our patients and residents have a complete and speedy recovery. However, in the process we are committed to ensuring their comfort both physically and spiritually. At Kingsbrook, we treat the needs of the person, not just the illness.

We recognize that while patients and residents come to Kingsbrook for physical healing, these same individuals also have spiritual needs. The mission of the Chaplaincy Department at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is to assist patients and residents of all faiths to maintain these spiritual needs.

Illness or extended hospital stays are stressful for all. Sometimes all that is needed is a friendly visit. Sometimes assistance is required with personal concerns, or perhaps more extensive counseling is desired. Kingsbrook provides a full range of spiritual support for all patients of various religious denominations.

The myKingsbrook Portal offers our patients easy and private access to their medical information online. [Learn More]

If you are already enrolled for Patient Portal Access, click on the appropriate link below to access your medical information:

Kingsbrook Inpatient Admission Portal Account Only, please Click Here

Kingsbrook Outpatient Clinic Portal Account Only, please Click Here

For more information or to talk with someone in our Patient Relations Department, please call 718-604-5333.