The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (NYCHHC), branded as NYC Health + Hospitals, operates the public hospitals and clinics in New York City as a public benefit corporation. , HHC is the largest municipal healthcare system in the United States with $6.7 billion in annual revenues, serving 1.4 million patients, including more than 475,000 uninsured city residents, The organization is headquartered at 125 Worth Street in the Civic Center neighborhood of Manhattan. Each year HHC’s facilities provide about 225,000 inpatient admissions, one million emergency department visits and five million clinic visits to New Yorkers. HHC facilities treat nearly one-fifth of all general hospital discharges and more than one third of emergency department and hospital-based clinic visits in New York City. The most well known hospital in the HHC system is Bellevue Hospital the oldest public hospital in the United States. Bellevue is the designated hospital for treatment of the President of the United States and other world leaders if they become ill or injured while in New York City. The current president and CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals is Dr. Mitchell H. Katz. The organization underwent a rebranding initiative in November 2015, shortening its name from 40 characters to 19 characters, as “NYC Health + Hospitals”.
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