Northwell Health’s footprint in the downtown Bay Shore area has expanded yet again.
The hospital system today announced the opening of a new building at 1963 Uinion Boulevard for South Shore University Hospital’s neurosciences team.
The $1.4 million center is 4,600 square feet in size, with eight exam rooms and located directly across the street from the hospital. The practice moved from 270 East Main St. in Bay Shore, hospital officials said. Scroll through for photos.
“Northwell is extremely excited to open this beautiful building,” said Daniel Sciubba, MD, senior vice president, Neurosurgery, Northwell Health and acting chair of neurosurgery at SSUH. “This location is another demonstration of Northwell’s commitment to specialized care within the communities we serve.”
This news comes less than two months after Northwell Health broke ground on a new, 190,000-square-foot pavilion coming to South Shore University Hospital. The approximate $468-million project will feature 90 private patient rooms, 10 additional operating rooms and three additional procedure rooms.