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Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine

The Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine is the world's first and largest university-affiliated center devoted entirely to inpatient/outpatient care, research and training in rehabilitation medicine. It is part of the NYU Langone Medical Center and operated under the auspices of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine of the New York University School of Medicine. The Rusk Institute is named in honor of its founder, Howard A. Rusk.

The Rusk Institute has been voted the best rehabilitation hospital in New York and among the top ten in the country since 1989, when U.S. News & World Report introduced its annual "Best Hospitals" rankings.

Steven Flanagan is the current Chairman of Rehabilitation Medicine and Medical Director of The Rusk Institute.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ The Rusk Institute: Steven Flanagan, MD

External links

  • Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine official website

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