Columbia University Medical Center is a clinical, research enterprise which is located on a campus in Northern Manhattan. The land on which it is constructed was donated by Edward Harkness, who also donated much of the cost of the original buildings. The university is a home to four professional colleges and schools which provides global leadership in scientific research, health and medical education which includes School of nursing, College of Dental Medicine, Vagelos College of Physicians and surgeons and Mailman School of Public Health. It was built in the 1920s on the site of Hilltop Park which is the one time home stadium of the New York Yankees. The faculty of the university are among the best-funded researchers in American medical Schools. The educational programs offered at the university are known for their quality, innovation, and academic rigor and for the unsurpassed excellence and international prominence of their faculty. The spaces and services of Columbia University Medical Center supports transformative health care, education and research.