A number of expectant parents also giving birth in Lenox Hill Hospital have claimed that they were mistreated by the medical staff due to them focusing on caring for the singer, her husband Jay-Z and their newborn daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
However, TMZ reports that complaints made to the New York State Health Department have now been reviewed and dismissed.
A spokesperson for Lenox Hill Hospital has also confirmed that it will conduct an internal investigation into the treatment of other expectant families.
It was previously reported that a group of new mothers complained about the "extremely rude" treatment they received during Beyoncé's stay. Around the same time, it was rumoured that the famous couple had paid $1.3m (£840,000) to get a whole floor of the hospital to themselves, but the medical centre later denied the claims.
A representative for the hospital said: "Lenox Hill Hospital takes patient privacy and safety very seriously. And while we congratulate the Carter family on the birth of their child, we value the loyalty of all our patients and always strive to ensure a positive experience, knowing that the birth of a child is a wonderful moment producing memories of a lifetime."
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Listen to Jay-Z's song 'Glory' - written about the birth of his newborn daughter Blue Ivy Carter - below: