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CORE Resources

About us

The CORE Resources Group is a joint group between the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical School. The name represents the "central" or "core" role we play in the day to day operations of electronic data communications for the institutions we serve.

CORE Resoureces Staff


Our mission is to provide a high performance and secure network infrastructure that enables a seamless connectivity experience for the enterprise and a safe technological environment for the patient.

What we do

The group is composed of both Hospital and University employees. Our responsibilities are primarily the design, implementation and maintenance of the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical School Health Sciences Campus network infrastructures. Our network provides secure transport for high speed data, IP Telephony, and video traffic.

About the CUMC Network
  • High speed network access is available in all the CUMC campus buildings.
  • Portions of the CUMC campus have 802.11g/n wireless available to our user community.
  • We maintain and operate a privately owned 40-Gbps Wide-Area-Network (WAN) with redundant 10-Gbps fiber optic links between 12 major NYPH and CUMC campuses.
  • Internet service for the CUMC campus is provided by the Columbia University Morningside campus via redundant 10-Gbps fiber optic links between the Morningside and CUMC campuses.
  • Remote offices and practices connect back to our main campuses via high speed, dedicated links.

Other Services

Other services we design, implement and support are DNS, DHCP, IP Management, and remote connectivity via VPN. Our network is enabled for multicast routing.

Contact us

As a CUMC IT department, CORE Resources enlists the CUMC IT Service Desk to provide first level technical support 7 days a week; please contact 305-Help first for immediate assistance with any technical questions or problems, including emergencies.

Last updated 8/05/2015