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DIRECTIONS AND MAPS



The Robert and John M. Bendheim Parkinson's Disease and
Movement Disorder Clinic at New York-Presbyterian Hospital


DIVISION OF MOVEMENT DISORDERS AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER


Neurological Institute


710 West 168th Street
(between Fort Washington and Haven Ave)
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10032


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A variety of transportation choices are included. However, taxis are generally the most convenient. If you need help/directions in using the public transportation system, call 1-718-330-1234 (English); 1-718-330-4847 (Spanish).



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Public Transportation



Take the A, C, 1 or 9 subway to 168th Street, or take the M2, M3, M4, M5, or M100 bus to the Neurological Institute.

Fares are $2.50 for both the subway and buses. Subway trains require Metrocards and can be purchased at the station booth. Buses require Metrocards or exact change; bills are not accepted.

Automobiles



The most direct way to NI from most locations is to follow directions leading to the George Washington Bridge, then exit onto the Henry Hudson Parkway, and then onto Riverside Drive (south). From there, continue south and turn left onto 165th Street (the first left south of the bridge). Proceed one block and turn right onto Ft. Washington Avenue, then turn right into the Medical Center parking garage.

For details about traveling to and from area airports only, call 1-800-AIRLINK.



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Copyright © 2004 The Neurological Institute of New York || Columbia University Medical Center || Division of Movement Disorders
Affiliated with New York-Presbyterian Hospital
710 W 168th St, New York, NY 10032
Last updated: October 3, 2013
 

ABOUT US:

- MISSION STATEMENT
- OUR DOCTORS
- CONTACT & DIRECTIONS
PATIENT INFORMATION:

- OUR DOCTORS
- CLINICAL CARE
- WHAT ARE MOVEMENT DIORDERS?
- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
- CLINICAL MOTOR PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
- MOVEMENT DISORDERS & FAMILY HISTORY
- MOVEMENT DISORDERS SURGERY CENTER
- BRAIN BANK
- CONTACT & DIRECTIONS

EDUCATION:

- MOVEMENT DISORDERS FELLOWSHIP
- FORMER AND CURRENT FELLOWS
RESEARCH:

- BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH
- CLINICAL RESEARCH
- CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES
- GENETIC RESEARCH