With a new facility, Kings County Hospital shows it has a heart

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Prospect Lefferts Gardens

Councilman Mathieu Eugene, (D-Crown Heights) signaled the opening of the new Heart Health Center at NYC Health+Hos­pital’s Kings County Hospital by cutting the red ribbon on Oct. 26.

Joining in the festivities at the opening were Ernest Baptiste, chief executive officer of NYC Health+Hospitals; Assemblywoman Diana Richardson (D-Crown Heights); State Senator Jesse Hamilton (D-Crown Heights), Dr. Howard Levitt, Dr. Inna Bukharovich, and staff.

The new Heart Health Center is an integrated walk-in facility that will provide patients with heart ailments with services in a community-based setting. The facility will offer a comprehensive patient-centered experience by bringing together a range of specialists and services, allowing patients to navigate a series of appointments in a single visit.

You don’t need to wait, the center is up and running.

Heart Health Center at Kings County Hospital [451 Clarkson Ave. at New York Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens; (718) 245–3131]

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Updated 1:34 am, July 10, 2018
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