The Rogosin Institute is a medical treatment and research facility affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College and is a member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.

The Institute has specialty treatment programs for acute and chronic kidney disease, including all forms of dialysis and transplantation. Rogosin also has a Polycystic Kidney Disease Center and the Hypertension Center located in Manhattan. Dialysis units are located in: Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn (see addresses below).

The Rogosin Institute performs over 100,000 dialyses treatments annually at its Manhattan and satellite centers. The Institute began the first program for home nocturnal hemodialysis in the metropolitan area with remote monitoring for conventional dialysis machines and NxStage dialysis machines and has one of the largest peritoneal dialysis programs.

A leader in kidney transplantation, Rogosin, in collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell, performed its 3000th kidney transplant in 2007 and performs over 200 transplants each year. The transplant program benefits from Rogosin's world-renowned Immunogenetics and Transplantation Laboratory that provides tissue typing and cross-matching for its transplant program and five others in the New York City area.

The Institute's Comprehensive Lipid Control Center provides treatment of cardiovascular disease related to cholesterol and other lipid disorders for adults and children and pioneered LDL-apheresis as a treatment for familial hypercholesterolemia. Rogosin also helped initiate liver transplantation for pediatric patients with familial hypercholesterolemia.

The Rogosin Institute conducts basic and clinical research programs in kidney disease and cardiovascular disease with an extensive research program in porcine islet cell transplantation for diabetes. Rogosin also has a novel treatment for cancer and has a clinical research program using this treatment.

Rogosin also has a Clinical Research Laboratory.

Rogosin has 370 employees including 20 physicians, three Ph.D.s and six nurse practitioners.