Hempstead Health Center to Bring Services to Nearly 12,000 Patients a Year

The Hempstead Health Center will include family medicine, dental care, pediatrics, OBGYN care, behavioral health care and a small food pantry.

David Nemiroff, president and CEO of the Long Island Federally Qualified Health Centers, says the new facility will be 24,000-square feet and will cost nearly $11 million that is fully funded by federal and state money.

“It’s open to the public, we take anybody regardless of their ability to pay so even uninsured individuals can come,” Nemiroff says.

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