$11M FQHC Health Center to Open in Hempstead, NY

A new $10.7 million health center in Hempstead will provide services including a designated pediatric exam rooms to OB/GYN services, mental health counseling, and even a food pantry, officials said Monday.

David Nemiroff, president and CEO of the Long Island Federally Qualified Health Centers said the new facility in a building at 619 Fulton Ave. currently being renovated will be able to serve about 12,000 clients a year — about double the current capacity of 6,000. It is on target to open in about a year.

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