The Center for Special Studies is NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center's HIV care program providing comprehensive team care to men, women and children affected by HIV disease. Services for adults are provided at two sites: the Glenn Bernbaum Unit is at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell and the David Rogers Unit is at 119 West 24th Street. Services for children and their families are provided at the Pediatric Center for Special Studies Program located at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell. These are multidisciplinary programs that provide the highest quality care to people with HIV/AIDS. To this end, a cadre of care providers has been assembled to assist adult and pediatric patients with the psychological, social, and spiritual needs associated with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis. Your social worker/case manager can assist you with both emotional and practical concerns. Social workers provide individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, education about HIV, insurance and entitlement information, as well as, referrals to community service agencies. All programs are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To contact a social worker or make an appointment call:
Glenn Bernbaum Unit (212) 746-4180
David Rogers Unit (212) 746- 7200
Pediatric Center for Special Studies Program (212) 746- 3326
For more information about these programs including a schedule of support groups please visit their website: