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New Medical Facility From Nyu Langone Opens in Brooklyn

On Friday, notable New York City politicians, such as Mayor Eric Adams and Rep. Dan Goldman, attended the opening of a new NYU Langone Health ambulatory care center in the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn.

The center features a 24-hour emergency department, radiology services, cancer care, and other amenities.

Goldman, who represents New York’s 10th congressional district, praised NYU Langone’s efforts to broaden access to medical care.

With the opening of the new ambulatory care center in downtown Brooklyn, I am pleased that Brooklynites of all ages will be able to access their healthcare services closer to home, including outpatient and emergency care.

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“NYU Langone’s leadership to expand outpatient care across NYC ensures that underserved communities can access the care they need in their neighborhoods,” Goldman said in an NYU Langone news release.

Langone spokesperson Deborah Haffeman told WSN last year that because the new center is focused on outpatient care, most subsequent surgical procedures will be performed at NYU Langone’s Brooklyn hospital in Sunset Park, and more complex surgeries will be performed on the Manhattan campus at Tisch Hospital.

The Joseph S. facility has five stories and 165,000 square feet. There are 19 different medical and surgical specialties available at the Diane H. Steinberg Ambulatory Care Center and its associated outpatient surgery and physician practice areas.

Once the Long Island College Hospital sold the property to Fortis Property Group for $240 million in 2014, development on the new center at 70 Atlantic Ave. could begin.

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More than 65 doctors specializing in cardiology, neurology, and vascular surgery will also be on staff. Oculoplastic surgeons, obesity doctors, hand surgeons, breast cancer doctors, breast surgeons, and female athletes will all be joining the hospital’s staff soon.

The existing emergency room at NYU Langone Health Cobble Hill will be closed as construction begins on the new facility. It provides CT and X-ray imaging capabilities in addition to its 27 open treatment beds and two overnight hospital beds.

The building is eco-friendly in other ways as well, with reduced energy consumption of 26% and water consumption of 38% compared to standard buildings.

NYU anticipates that the center will be awarded a LEED Gold accreditation for its environmentally responsible design, construction, and operation.

About a quarter of NYU Langone’s patients who visit the Manhattan campus are Brooklynites. NYU Langone’s chief clinical officer, Andrew Brotman, has stated that the new institution will elevate the standard of care in the neighborhood of Cobble Hill.

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A. “Joseph S. Brotman, the president and CEO of NYU Langone, said in a press release that the addition of the Diane H. Steinberg Ambulatory Care Center “greatly expands the range and depth of high-quality treatment NYU Langone offers right here in the neighborhood.” The neighborhood will be completely changed by the presence of this medical center.

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