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Hudson Yards, Mount Sinai Partner for Onsite Health Facility

Hudson Yards and Mount Sinai Health System are partnering on an 18,000-square-foot health center at 55 Hudson Yards, a 1.3-million-square foot office tower. Set to open in early 2019, the center is intended to provide comprehensive, convenient and exclusive care to all Hudson Yards employees, residents and their families.

Calling the facility “a new paradigm in healthcare,” Related Hudson Yards president L. Jay Cross said that by working with Mount Sinai, “the residential and corporate residents at Hudson Yards will have access to a seamless, integrated healthcare system that is focused on catering to their needs and schedules.”

Through the facility, Hudson Yards employees and residents will be able to access both onsite and offsite care from the Mount Sinai system. The center will offer weekend and extended hours with a portfolio of services ranging from follow-up care coordination to home and office visits from an on-call medical team.

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