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Franklin Avenue Ambulatory Care Center Project
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About My Campaign
NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island is working to create a prominent sense of place, which includes the existing main hospital, out-patient practices, and medical, education and research facilities within the communities of Mineola and Garden City. The goal is to improve site access, campus circulation, and convenient parking for our patients and the communities we serve. We are simultaneously working to increase capacity of our Emergency Department, expand our New Life Center, modernize in-patient facilities, and develop new ambulatory care hubs to provide the highest level of healthcare possible. A new Ambulatory Care Center in Garden City is a key piece of this multi-faceted project.
1111 Franklin Avenue Ambulatory Care Center
- Current site of the longstanding Sears building
- 260,000 square feet
- Multi-disciplinary physician’s practices
- Dedicated space for Cardiology and Radiology services
- Cancer Survivor Clinic
The transformation of this prime Garden City location will reinforce the new identity of our campus and its deep connection and service to Garden City, Mineola and the Long Island communities. For improvement projects such as this Ambulatory Care Center, NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island relies on the philanthropic support of our friends in the community. Your gift to support this capital endeavor is invaluable and truly appreciated. We thank you in advance for your generous contribution.
Joseph Greco, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief of Hospital Operations
NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island
This campaign supports: NYU Winthrop Hospital Support
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