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Mount Sinai Hospital Queens is about to get upgraded: a large, six-story ultra-modern building, being completed at a fast pace.

Beyond aesthetics, its completion will not only enhance medical services, making it comparable to Manhattan, but will also give a boost to the entire surrounding area.

The project, with a budget of over $100 million, is scheduled to be completed in about a year.

I happen to pass by the site every day – at 30th Avenue and Crescent Street – as I go to my office and remain amazed at the speed at which the work progresses.

A month ago, the bulldozers were digging, and now, the exterior skeleton is almost complete.

This is a necessary undertaking for the community – after all, it is the only hospital serving the 700,000 residents of Astoria -Long Island City.

Something had to be done. People simply cannot run to Manhattan for serious illnesses, let alone emergencies.

The capable Hospital’s Executive Director, Caryn A. Schwab, in a recent meeting, could not contain her excitement, pride, and sheer joy for the project. And with good reason.

The post Mt. Sinai New Hospital Project Boosts Queens appeared first on The National Herald.

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