New York-based NYU Langone Health has inaugurated a new ambulatory care centre on Long Island, marking the health system’s largest such facility on the island.
The new facility, named NYU Langone Ambulatory Care Garden City, has been opened by converting Garden City’s former retail space, housing Bloomingdale’s and Sears department store.
Covering a 260,000ft² area at 1111 Franklin Avenue, the centre is a mile away from NYU Langone Hospital, Long Island and near to a railroad station.
The design of this four-storey building has been revamped, prioritising patients’ experience. It features modernist architecture with enhancements such as increased natural light penetration and an outdoor garden.
The facility is equipped with 260 patient exam rooms and an expanded adult ophthalmology service.
The centre will provide care for an estimated 400,000 patients annually with its team of over 800 staff and doctors.
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Besides, it offers 32 clinical services and specialities, including internal medicine, surgical specialities, dermatology, vascular surgery, pulmonology, paediatrics, ophthalmology, urology, rheumatology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, radiology, and paediatrics, among others.
NYU Langone executive vice-president and real estate development and facilities vice-dean Vicki Match Suna said: “With its open floor plan, integration of art, and connection to nature and natural light, we have created a warm and highly functional space for our patients, visitors, and staff.
“Built as a Bloomingdale’s department store by renowned architect Edward Durell Stone, the building has been thoughtfully transformed into a state-of-the-art ambulatory care centre that respects its original 1970s exterior design.”
The health system operates six inpatient locations and 300 outpatient sites across the New York metropolitan area, as well as in Florida, with 70 locations in Long Island.
The NYU Langone Health app and MyChart patient portal facilitate convenient management of health information and appointment scheduling.
In April 2023, NYU Langone Health opened the multi-speciality Joseph S and Diane H Steinberg Ambulatory Care Center in Cobble Hill of Brooklyn, New York.
The opening of this new, multispeciality location in Garden City showcases NYU Langone’s continued dedication to providing the highest standard of care to our patients where they live and work.