A brand new state-of-the-art medical facility with 30 examination rooms was inaugurated in Crown Heights on Tuesday, with elected officials and communal leaders joining the celebration.
By Anash.org reporter
A brand new state-of-the-art medical facility was inaugurated in Crown Heights on Tuesday, with elected officials and communal leaders joining the celebration.
Communal, business, and not-for-profit leaders joined together with elected officials for the grand ribbon cutting and dedication of the new center, which will serve the greater Crown Heights community.
The new center, located at 779 East New York Ave, is spread out over 16,200 square feet, and features no less than 30 examination rooms, along with a spacious waiting room and ample offices for doctors and nurses.
The center, managed by the ODA Health network, will be merging with the medical practice of Dr. Eli Rosen, who said that the move would help them “better serve our ever-growing patient population and continue to provide them with quality medical care well into the future.”
“ODA is committed to serving those with less access to healthcare and working with community members to find the best plan to fit them. They work tirelessly to treat issues in the early stages, as a path to health can often be lengthy,” the medical network said in a press release.
ODA offers an array of health services from regular checkups to specialized diagnosis and treatments. They employ pediatricians, cardiologists, physical therapists, social workers, dentists and a wide variety of additional specialists. The staff works hard to ensure short waiting times and flexible scheduling for the whole family, all year round.
Joining the inauguration were NYC Comptroller Brad Lander, Pinchus Hikind from the Office of NYC Comptroller Lander, NYC Councilmember Darlene Mealy, NYS Assemblymember Brian Cunningham, NYS Assemblymember Simcha Eichenstein, NYC Councilmember Kalman Yeger, NYS Senator Simcha Felder, Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez, Eli Slavin from the Office of Representative Yvette Clark, Crown Heights community activists Yaakov Berman and Eli Cohen, Lorean Valentin from Office of New York City Council Speaker Adams, Pesach Ossina from Office of New York City Council Speaker Adams, Joseph Deutch – CEO of ODA Primary Health Care, and Louis Kestenbaum.
The event was coordinated by The Friedlander Group.
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