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Sometimes, the Best Medicine of All Is Having Family Nearby for More Hugs, Kisses and “I Love Yous”

Ronald McDonald House Charities New York Metro has the resources to support you and your family, so you can focus on your sick child. Beyond a room to stay, we provide meals that nourish, spaces for you to relax and children to play, and a community of caring volunteers to help you while you are away from home, family and friends.

Ronald McDonald House

The 42-bedroom Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park provides free accommodations and meals—and compassionate support—to your family, close to where you belong: Your child’s bedside.

To learn more about staying at Ronald McDonald House, contact your hospital social worker. Working with their teams, we do our best to serve the families who travel far from home for treatment.

Ronald McDonald Family Room

Our Ronald McDonald Family Room programs are located in Stony Brook Children’s Hospital and are open to provide you with a space to rest, food to eat, a place to bathe and other services during your time at the hospital. Our Family Rooms are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. The laundry room and restrooms are open 24 hours a day.

To learn more about using the Ronald McDonald Family Room, contact your hospital social worker. Working with their teams, we do our best to serve the families who travel far from home for treatment.

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At RMHC New York Metro, the health and well-being of our guests, families, volunteers and staff are our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the dynamic situation of COVID-19, and we will continue to act thoughtfully to ensure all precautionary steps are taken.

RMHC New York Metro follows strict infectious disease protocols to ensure the safety of our families and staff.

We are in regular contact with our hospital partners and local health authorities who monitor the situation. We have implemented a more frequent schedule for cleaning and disinfecting our common use spaces and have issued guidelines and supplies for our families to do the same.

Should the need arise, we will take additional action to protect our staff and the families we serve.