STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Richmond College Medical Middle (RUMC) is constant its effort to broaden its healthcare providers outdoors the partitions of the hospital at 355 Bard Ave.
Hospital trustees and management, together with native elected officers, gathered on Tuesday to formally open a main care/stroll-in middle at 4360 Hylan Blvd. in Eltingville.
“A facility like this provides the conveniences of instant care drugs with the advantages of the first care element for many who do not have a main care doctor,” stated RUMC President and CEO Daniel Messina.
The state-of-the-artwork facility options six examination rooms, an X-ray room and blood work in-home.
The middle presents stroll-in providers, in addition to appointment availability for a main care doctor. The power may have 5 Staten Island physicians in-home and two nurse practitioners.
The native physicians are: Dr. Peter Stathopoulos, Dr. William Tursi, Dr. Marianne LaBarbera, Dr. Tara Farahvash and Dr. Lina Leykina. The nurse practitioners are Andrea Evola and Indira Baschic.
“I got here with a crucial eye as a result of I needed to be sure that this was going to be ok for my household and the individuals I symbolize, and I can say for sure that this can be a world-class middle,” stated Councilman Joseph Borelli (R-South Shore).
Starting Wednesday, the power will probably be open from eight a.m. to eight p.m. Monday to Friday and eight a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Final yr, the medical middle opened a equally-modeled facility at 1058 Forest Ave.