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  • January 4, 2021

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center Reaches Milestone 1,000th Robotic Surgery

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) Department of Surgery is equipped with the latest technologies. In fact, for several years, TBHC has been taking minimally invasive surgery to the highest level with robotic surgery, using the advanced da Vinci Xi System. This robot provides an immersive 3D, high-definition vision system for a magnified view.

  • December 17, 2020

    Alger Recognizes Nurses from The Brooklyn Hospital Center on the Frontline of COVID-19

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBCH) is pleased to announce that Alger, a leading growth equity investment manager based in New York City, and its employees donated $400,000 to pay the outstanding student debt of the hospital’s nurse managers.

  • November 10, 2020

    TBHC Places ‘Garden of Heroes’ in Fort Greene Park to Honor Employees

    In partnership with the Fort Greene Park Conservancy and the New York City Parks Department, The Brooklyn Hospital Center has created a Garden of Heroes, placing a bench and six newly planted limber pine trees in honor of each of the hospital employees who passed away during the coronavirus spring 2020 surge.

  • October 16, 2020

    TBHC Launches New Web Q&A Series: Ask A Nurse

    With the rapid influx of changing COVID-19 information, TBHC’s Nursing Education launched a health education series, open to the community and employees alike. The sessions are prerecorded Zoom chats filmed with our team of expert nurses. On October 14, the first Q&A covered the similarities and differences between COVID-19 and influenza, and was hosted by Aileen Tanafranca, AVP of Nursing Administration and Strategy.

  • October 15, 2020

    The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation Hosts Its First VIRTUAL Founders Ball

    On Monday, October 26, The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation will host its first ever VIRTUAL Founders Ball event. The celebration recognizes The Brooklyn Hospital Center’s 175th anniversary — an important milestone in the hospital’s continuous history of serving the people of Brooklyn — and honors healthcare heroes who worked around the clock battling the COVID-19 crisis with skill, dedication and bravery.