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Directions to New York Psychiatric Institute

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Psychiatric Atrium Columbia University Medical CenterArriving by car or taxi, enter the Institute through its main entrance lobby at 1051 Riverside Drive or cross the pedestrian bridge from Haven Avenue & West 168 Street via the Kolb Research Annex.

Either way, you will see our central atrium. The most direct way to NYSPI 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 right into the curved drop-off driveway. No visitor parking is available.


Driving Directions

From upstate New York and New Jersey

After crossing the George Washington Bridge, follow signs to the Henry Hudson Parkway (also called the West Side Highway), and then to Riverside Drive.

From Riverdale and Westchester via the Saw Mill River Parkway

Exit the Henry Hudson Parkway at the Riverside Drive exit immediately past the George Washington Bridge.

From Westchester, Connecticut, and the East Side of Manhattan via the Major Degan, Cross-Bronx Expressway, or Harlem River Drive:

Approaching the George Washington Bridge, take the Henry Hudson Parkway exit; on the approach to the Henry Hudson Parkway, stay to the left and follow signs to Riverside Drive.

From the West Side of Manhattan:

Take the Henry Hudson Parkway to Exit 15-Riverside Drive South.

Public Transportation within New York City

Take the A, C, #1, or #9 subway to 168th Street, or take the M2, M3, M4, M5, or M100 bus to 168t Street. Follow 168th Street west to haven Avenue and enter the Institute via the Kolb Research Laboratory Building. For additional bus and subway information, visit website or call the Metropolitan Transit Authority at (718) 330-1234. Fares at this time are $2 for both the subway and buses. Buses require Metrocards (which can be purchased at all subway stations) or exact change; bills are not accepted.



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Columbia University Medical Center : Department of Neurology : Last updated 27-Jun-2009