Animal Medical Center in New York
The Animal Medical Center in midtown Manhattan is widely regarded as the leading veterinary specialty hospital in the world. And if there’s truth to the saying, ‘You are the company you keep,’ it should come as no surprise that some of the world’s most prominent hospitals for people are within a few blocks of AMC’s doors; in fact, AMC regularly collaborates with its neighbors, which include Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell. The AMC is also the world’s largest veterinary nonprofit teaching hospital.
The East 62nd street building overlooking the East River is aging, but had been set to begin extensive renovations later in 2020, though construction now appears to be on hold due to the pandemic.
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