ALS Certified Centers | ALS Associaiton Greater New York Chapter
ALSA Certified Centers
The mission of the ALSA CenterSM Program is to define, establish and support
a national standard of care in the management of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), sponsored by The ALS Association.
The ALS Association Greater New York Chapter has three area ALS Centers. Click on the links below to locate an ALS Center near you:
- New York, NY: ALS Center located at Beth Israel Medical Center in the Phillips Ambulatory Care Center at 10 Union Square East, Manhattan. Click Here.
- New York, NY: ALS Program at the Hospital for Special Surgery located at 525 East 71st Street in Manhattan. Click Here.
- New Brunswick, NJ: ALS Center in the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Clinical Academic Building (CAB) at 125 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey, and is part of the Department of Neurology at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Medical School.Click Here.
- East Setauket, NY: ALS Center at Stony Brook University Hospital, 179 North Belle Meade Road, East Setauket, New York, to bring quality care to patients on Long Island.Click Here.
The objective of the ALS Center Program is to encourage and provide state-of-the-art care and clinical management of ALS through:
- The involvement of all necessary healthcare disciplines in the care of the ALS patient and family
- The offering of care from a team of people specially trained to meet the needs of those living with ALS,
regardless of the ability to pay; and
- Collaborative work among Centers to enhance ALS patient care and techniques
The ALS Association selects, certifies and supports distinguished regional institutions recognized as the best in the field
with regard to knowledge of and experience with ALS; and which have neurological diagnostics and imaging, and available
on-site licensed and certified ancillary services on clinic days including (but not limited to):
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Respiratory therapy
- Registered dietician services
- Ph.D. psychology or psychiatry
- Speech and language pathology
- Social Work