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NewYork-Presbyterian Queens partners with St. John's University

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens (N.Y.) will become the official hospital for Jamaica, N.Y.-based St. John's University's athletic department.

Jeffrey Rosen, chairman of NYPQ Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Center, will lead the enterprise.

The financial terms of the agreement, if any, were not disclosed.
 
"NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is committed to providing world-class care to the residents of Queens, and we are thrilled that our mission now includes caring for the amazing student athletes at St. John's University," said Jaclyn Mucaria, president of NYPQ. "St. John's University and its athletic programs have always been foundations of the Queens community. We are proud to support this fine program and look forward to continuing to grow the relationship between NewYork-Presbyterian Queens and St. John's through future collaborations in sports medicine, health services, wellness and prevention and research."
 
"NewYork-Presbyterian is consistently ranked as New York's top hospital and one of the best healthcare providers in the country, and we know they will do a superb job of caring for our student athletes. Our partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian Queens will provide new resources to our athletic department as we continue to enhance the St. John's student athlete experience. We are grateful for the support of NewYork-Presbyterian Queens," said Anton Goff, director of athletics at St. John's University.
 
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