Monday, October 2, 2017

The NYHTC is Opening a New Health Center in Brooklyn

Health care has been a big issue the past few years, so it’s nice to see that some employees will benefit from free healthcare through a new Brooklyn Health Center.

What It Is
The New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council has opened a 12-story, 180,000 square foot treatment and medical center at 620 Fulton Street in Brooklyn. The building cost $120 million to build and will generate revenue from the six floor of office and retail spaces, which the NYHTC expects to earn $3.5 to $4 million in rent each year.

Who Benefits from It
The health center will provide free health care to maids, bellboys, concierges, valets, and other non-managerial workers at upscale hotels.

What the Facility Will Include
Each floor of the treatment center will have one to two “pods” for different specialties. These will include musculoskeletal, women and pediatrics, ophthalmology and ears, nose, and throat, and dental. The design of the building also kept fluidity and ease in mind with an idea to get patients in and out quickly.

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