300 skillman avenue brooklyn

300 skillman avenue brooklyn DEFAULT

Greenpoint Hospital

defunct Brooklyn hospital

Greenpoint Hospital[1] (300 Skillman Avenue) opened in 1914 and closed in 1982.[2] As of 2016 final disposition of the hospital site's ten buildings were still pending.[2]

History[edit]

Greenpoint Hospital, main building

The hospital initially had six buildings.[3] Talk in 1959 of closing part of the hospital pending "modernization"[4] and a 1968 "crash program to remedy decaying conditions"[5] were part of the hospital's last decades.

At the time of Greenpoint's closing, Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center was deemed to be the community's replacement.[1] Controversy over this matter existed since Woodhull "was completed in 1978 but stood empty for four years because the city said it could not afford to operate it."[1] Even when it opened, it was noted that Woodhull is "five miles away."[6] A subsequent study confirmed that "the amount of time it would take for a vehicle to reach Woodhull from various points in Greenpoint" averaged "just under 40 minutes."

The closing was followed by a series of unkept promises to the neighborhood: instead of a nursing home[7] or senior housing, it became a shelter for homeless men, with the words "a dumping ground" used by neighborhood activists, particularly a 1970s-founded group named Neighborhood Women.[2] It took eight years to reduce the number of men in the facility from "more than 1,100" to 200. By 2010 the city was still promising to use it for affordable housing. In 2016, although some units had been built, the New York Times summarized the situation as another promise: "more participants will bring fresh ideas for this valuable city land."[2]

The hospital had been described as a "10-building complex" and many in the neighborhood claimed they "at least need a substation to keep our people alive in times of emergency."[6] Money had been spent four years prior to build "an emergency wing" and the request resulted in a nine month study which asked "Can a 24-hour emergency facility maintain itself while the other buildings on the grounds are put to alternative uses?"[6]

Greenpoint's closing was followed a year later by that of another neighborhood hospital, Cumberland, both of which were to be "an exchange" for over-half-an-hour-away[6]Woodhull, "one of the most modern and expensive hospitals in the world."[8] Another option had been explored in 1964: "Greenpoint Hospital should be relocated and enlarged, and Kings County Hospital beds should be decreased."[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc"Court Upholds Closing of Greenpoint Hospital". New York Times. July 16, 1982.
  2. ^ abcdMatt A.V. Chaban (January 18, 2016). "With Plan for Greenpoint Hospital, Neighbors May Finally Get Their Way". New York Times.
  3. ^"See long-abandoned Greenpoint Hospital's future as affordable housing". September 14, 2018.
  4. ^"Hospital Unit Asks Greenpoint Closing". New York Times. April 17, 1959.
  5. ^John Kifner (December 18, 1968). "Defects at Greenpoint Hospital Found to Remain After a Year". New York Times.
  6. ^ abcdMonica Surfaro (February 9, 1975). "Hospital Study in Greenpoint". New York Times.
  7. ^still being sought in 2006: Saki Knafo (August 27, 2006). "Yearning for a Dream Home for the Golden Years". New York Times.
  8. ^Ronald Sullivan (August 11, 1983). "A City Hospital in Fort Greene will be closed". New York Times.
  9. ^"2 Hospital Changed Urged for Brooklyn". New York Times. October 19, 1964.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°42′58″N73°56′23″W / 40.71611°N 73.93972°W / 40.71611; -73.93972

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenpoint_Hospital

The care team at Community Medicine Program—Family Health Centers at NYU Langone provides healthcare to adults through several New York City homeless services locations.

Our program, part of Family Health Centers at NYU Langone, reaches people who otherwise would have limited access to healthcare. We provide primary and urgent care as well as vaccinations, women’s health services, dental care, and health education. We also offer behavioral health services including psychotherapy and psychiatric evaluation.

In addition to our primary care services, we can connect our patients with doctors from more than 25 medical and surgical specialties.

Treatment for substance use is available to residents of the shelter system and those who are formerly homeless and living in the city’s supportive housing. Services include group therapy, supportive therapy, and medication. We also provide referrals and navigation services to help people enter detox programs and addiction rehabilitation.

Our care team includes doctors, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, psychiatric nurses, social workers, HIV counselors, care managers, and substance abuse counselors.

Community Medicine Locations

Our clinics can be found at the following residential shelters for people who are experiencing housing issues, transitional living, or homelessness. Except where noted, services are available to residents only.

Brooklyn

  • Atlantic House Men’s Shelter, 2402 Atlantic Avenue, 347-377-4230
  • Barbara S. Kleiman Shelter for Men, 300 Skillman Avenue, 718-302-7366 (community health services available to anyone in need, regardless of housing status)
  • Bedford Atlantic Shelter, 1322 Bedford Avenue, 929-457-5671
  • Magnolia House Women’s Shelter, 1424 Herkimer Street, 347-377-4231
  • Park Slope Women’s Shelter, 1402 Eighth Avenue (health navigation and support services only)

Manhattan

  • Bowery Residents Committee at 317 Bowery, 718-210-5293 (community health services available to anyone in need, regardless of housing status)
  • Bowery Residents Committee at 127 West 25th Street, 212-533-3281, extension 8624
  • Keener Men’s Shelter, 64 Sunken Garden Loop, Wards Island, 347-377-4243
  • Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation, 120 East 32nd Street, 347-377-3254 (care available to anyone who is homeless)

For general information about our community medicine services, please call 347-377-3520.

Our Team of Doctors

Our doctors and nurse practitioners provide annual checkups, immunizations, and urgent care.

Ramin Asgary,MD, MPH. Internal Medicine
Mirabai K. Batra,MD. Internal Medicine
Carolina E. Braginsky,NP. Internal Medicine
Carolina E. Braginsky, NP
Natalya Coles,NP. Internal Medicine
Cynthia Jean-Baptiste, NP
Cathy Y. Kim,NP. Internal Medicine
Marlene M. Othoniel,NP. Internal Medicine
Derrick J. Tolbert Walker, MD
Family Medicine Specialist
Sours: https://nyulangone.org/locations/community-medicine-program-family-health-centers-at-nyu-langone
  1. Bbm color code
  2. Cristina gonzales movies
  3. Gospel greatest hits
  4. Another mario adventure
  5. Hp envy with cd drive

Comm Medicine Program - Family Health Centers at NYU Langone @ Barbara S. Kleiman Shelter for Men - Brooklyn Low Cost Clinic

  • 300 Skillman Ave
  • Brooklyn NY, 11211
  • Contact Phone:(718) 302-7366
  • Clinic Details:The Community Medicine Program - Family Health Centers at NYU Langone provides healthcare to adults through several New York City homeless services locations. Our program reaches people who otherwise would have limited access to healthcare. We provide primary and urgent care as well as vaccinations, women’s health services, dental care, and health education. We also offer behavioral health services including psychotherapy and psychiatric evaluation. In addition to our primary care services, we can connect our patients with doctors from more than 25 medical and surgical specialties. Treatment for substance use is available to residents of the shelter system and those who are formerly homeless and living in the city’s supportive housing. Services include group therapy, supportive therapy, and medication. We also provide referrals and navigation services to help people enter detox programs and addiction rehabilitation. Our care team includes doctors, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, psychiatric nurses, social workers, HIV counselors, care managers, and substance abuse counselors.

  • Website:https://nyulangone.org/
  • Services:Primary and Urgent Care; Vaccinations; Women’s Health Services; Dental Care; Health Education; Behavioral Health Services; Treatment for Substance Use
  • Remarks:Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round

Update Listing

Upload Logo and Photos

Low Income Clinics Nearby

  • Williamsburg Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11206 | 0.8 mile away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 388-0390
    • Details: Our Williamsburg Health Center has served the Brooklyn communities of Williamsburg and Bushwick since 1969.
  • Park Avenue Health Care Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11205 | 1.6 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 260-4640
    • Details: Founded on the premise that everyone deserves high-quality health care, ODA has been providing comprehensive, patient-centered health care services to underserved populations for over forty years. ODA offers evidence-based, comprehensive primary care services as well as a full range of specialty, dental and behavioral health care services from 5 easy-to-access community health center locations in Brooklyn and 2 seasonal locations in the Catskills. Services are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year, with on-call availability 24 hours a day.
  • Ps 54 School-based Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11205 | 1.8 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 834-6752
    • Details: Our caring staff of providers, nurses, specialists, technicians and counselors can help you gain control of your health. We provide a full range of quality disease prevention, diagnostic and treatment services blended with loads of compassion.
  • Broadway Family Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11221 | 1.9 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 443-2428
    • Details: Broadway Family Health provides a full range of healthcare services including all aspects of primary care, internal medicine and family practice. Our services include podiatry, psychotherapy, OB/GYN, HIV/Hepatitis-C Care, Suboxone treatment, Diabetes Management & Fitness classes. We are conveniently located in Brooklyn, and easily accessible by both public and private transportation. Our caring and attentive staff is fluent in English, Spanish and French and always ready to meet your healthcare needs with the highest quality medical care available. We proudly offer extensive walk-in hours and same-day appointments on a daily basis.
  • Ps 256 School-based Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11216 | 1.9 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 398-4201
    • Details: Our caring staff of providers, nurses, specialists, technicians and counselors can help you gain control of your health. We provide a full range of quality disease prevention, diagnostic and treatment services blended with loads of compassion.
  • Ps 309 School-based Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11221 | 2.1 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 443-6265
    • Details: Our caring staff of providers, nurses, specialists, technicians and counselors can help you gain control of your health. We provide a full range of quality disease prevention, diagnostic and treatment services blended with loads of compassion.
  • Benjamin Banneker High School Sbhc
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11205 | 2.1 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 834-2981
    • Details: The SBHC is a satellite of Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center, Inc. and is responsible for providing age appropriate primary health care, support services and social and health education to the students of Benjamin Banneker High School at 77 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Services are available to all of the students (9-12 grades), at no out of pocket expense to them or their families. If the student is covered by insurance efforts are made to bill for rendered services. The SBHC is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team which include a supervising board certified Nurse Practitioner, Medical Assistant/ Registrar/ Receptionist, Social Worker, and Dentist (Spring 2015). Students receive services on-site during regular school hours Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Specialty care, some follow-up and emergency care are available at Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center, Inc., Main Center 650 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York 11217, where student's families are invited and encouraged to come for their primary health care and support services. Any student presenting for services will be seen. The SBHC will not turn away any student because of insurance status, health status, or because a student has an existing primary care provider (PCP). Every effort will be made to coordinate care with the existing PCP with appropriate follow-up.
  • Ps 307 School-based Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11201 | 2.4 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 834-4294
    • Details: The School Health Program - Family Health Centers at NYU Langone provides medical, mental health, and dental services, along with health education, directly to children and adolescents through clinics located in public elementary, middle, and high schools throughout New York City. We care for children when they are sick, but also provide the preventive medical care to keep them healthy. By operating clinics inside schools, we help ensure that healthcare is accessible and convenient for children and families. A healthy child misses fewer days of school, which makes it easier to keep up with schoolwork and succeed academically. Also, when a child is healthy, his or her parents miss fewer days of work.
  • Whitman Ingersoll Farragut Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11205 | 2.5 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 596-8000
    • Details: Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center, Inc. (BPMC) is dedicated to improving the physical, spiritual, psycho-social and psychological well being of residents of North Central Brooklyn by providing the highest quality preventive comprehensive family health services with particular concern for lower-socio-economic groups.
  • Bedford-stuyvesant Family Health Center
    • Location: Brooklyn, NY - 11216 | 2.5 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (718) 636-4500
    • Details: Bedford-Stuyvesant Family Health Center (BSFHC) is a Primary Care Health Facility, offering a broad range of integrative primary and specialty health care services, with an emphasis on prevention, patient education and supportive programs and services, located at 1456 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York.
Sours: https://freeclinicdirectory.org/detail/barbara_kleinman_shelter1_brooklyn_ny.html
151 Skillman Avenue

What is at 300 Skillman Ave near Cooper Park?

FYI-A 23 YEAR OLD FEMALE WAS RAPED AT 4:30AM-JAN-1-2012-BTW MASPETH/KINGSLAND, WILLIAMSBURGH, BROOKLYN.

GO TO NBC NEWS FOR DETAILS. WHAT BOTHERS ME IS THAT A YOUNG LADY OF SIMILAR AGE WAS VICIOUSLY ASSAULTED AT 6:40-AM 3-BLOCKS AWAY,2-HRS-10-MINS LATER. ATTEMPTED ROBBERY WITH PHYSICAL VIOLATION.REQUIRING HEAD STITCHES.

1-THE DESCRIPTIONS OF ASSAILANT CLOTHING ARE SIMILAR IN BOTH

2-THE IRONIC 3-BLOCK DISTANCE OF BOTH CRIMES

3-THE INTENT OF BOTH CRIMES PHYSICAL VIOLATION THE SAME.

EVEN IF THESE ARE COINCIDENCES, WHY DO WE FIND OUT ABOUT THE FIRST CRIME 3-DAYS LATER, AND WHY HAVE WE YET TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE CRIME THAT OCCURRED, 2HRS AFTER. I WOULD RATHER ASSUME THE WORST CASE SCENARIO OF A SERIAL RAPIST AND HAVE THE COMMUNITY ON ITS HIGHEST ALERT, THAN TO HAVE A REPEATED VIOLATION OF INNOCENCE. I HAVE POSTED A POLICE SKETCH OF THE RAPIST THROUGH OUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD, ALTHOUGH THE COLD WEATHER HAS MADE IT SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT. ATTACHED IS A COPY OF SEX OFFENDER. PLEASE PRINT AND POST IMMEDIATELY. I HAVE MORE INTERESTING INFORMATION DISCOVERED, DURING THIS ORDEAL THAT WILL HAVE MANY OF US ASKING MANY QUESTIONS.

(WHEN AND WHERE THE GOOD LAY SILENT THE DEVIL REIGNS)

Attached files sexual_assualt.docx (238.7 KB)
Sours: http://www.brooklynian.com/discussion/19739/what-is-at-300-skillman-ave-near-cooper-park

Avenue 300 brooklyn skillman

How to get to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn by Subway, Bus or Train?

300 Skillman Avenue map

Get directions now

Directions to 300 Skillman Avenue (Brooklyn) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near 300 Skillman Avenue

How to get to 300 Skillman Avenue by Bus?

Click on the Bus route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules.

  • From Secaucus, NJ

    118 min
  • From Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina, Manhattan

    72 min
  • From Jamaica, NY, Queens

    79 min
  • From Mission Dolores, Brooklyn

    79 min
  • From Boat Basin Cafe, Manhattan

    93 min
  • From MTA Subway - Flushing/Main St (7), Queens

    77 min
  • From CrossFit NYC, Manhattan

    80 min
  • From Red Rooster, Manhattan

    108 min
  • From The City Bakery, Manhattan

    70 min
  • From Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Manhattan

    110 min

How to get to 300 Skillman Avenue by Train?

Click on the Train route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules.

How to get to 300 Skillman Avenue by Subway?

Click on the Subway route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules.

  • From Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina, Manhattan

    43 min
  • From Jamaica, NY, Queens

    60 min
  • From Mission Dolores, Brooklyn

    45 min
  • From Boat Basin Cafe, Manhattan

    52 min
  • From MTA Subway - Flushing/Main St (7), Queens

    51 min
  • From CrossFit NYC, Manhattan

    28 min
  • From Red Rooster, Manhattan

    50 min
  • From The City Bakery, Manhattan

    25 min
  • From Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Manhattan

    58 min
Station NameDistance
Kingsland Av/Skillman Av3 min walkVIEW
Grand St/Waterbury St10 min walkVIEW
Station NameDistance
Graham Av8 min walkVIEW
Line NameDirection
B24Greenpoint West StVIEW
Q54Willamsburg Bridge PlzVIEW
Q59Willamsburg Bridge Plz Via GrandVIEW
  • What are the closest stations to 300 Skillman Avenue?

    The closest stations to 300 Skillman Avenue are:

    • Kingsland Av/Skillman Av is 176 yards away, 3 min walk.
    • Graham Av is 645 yards away, 8 min walk.
    • Grand St/Waterbury St is 776 yards away, 10 min walk.
    More details
  • Which Bus lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue?

    These Bus lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue: B24, B43, Q32, Q54, Q59.

    More details
  • Which Train lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue?

    These Train lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue: MONTAUK, OYSTER BAY.

    More details
  • Which Subway lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue?

    These Subway lines stop near 300 Skillman Avenue: L.

    More details
  • How far is the subway station from 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The nearest subway station to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn is a 8 min walk away.

    More details
  • What’s the nearest subway station to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The Graham Av station is the nearest one to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn.

    More details
  • How far is the bus stop from 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The nearest bus stop to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn is a 3 min walk away.

    More details
  • What’s the nearest bus stop to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The Kingsland Av/Skillman Av stop is the nearest one to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn.

    More details
  • What time is the first Subway to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The L is the first Subway that goes to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn. It stops nearby at 11:04 PM.

    More details
  • What time is the last Subway to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The L is the last Subway that goes to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn. It stops nearby at 11:12 PM.

    More details
  • What time is the first Bus to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The Q54 is the first Bus that goes to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn. It stops nearby at 11:01 PM.

    More details
  • What time is the last Bus to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn?

    The Q54 is the last Bus that goes to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn. It stops nearby at 11:29 PM.

    More details
300 Skillman Avenue map

Get directions now

Public Transportation to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn

Wondering how to get to 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn, United States? Moovit helps you find the best way to get to 300 Skillman Avenue with step-by-step directions from the nearest public transit station.

Moovit provides free maps and live directions to help you navigate through your city. View schedules, routes, timetables, and find out how long does it take to get to 300 Skillman Avenue in real time.

Looking for the nearest stop or station to 300 Skillman Avenue? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Kingsland Av/Skillman Av; Graham Av; Grand St/Waterbury St.

You can get to 300 Skillman Avenue by Subway, Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: B24, B43, Q32, Q54, Q59Train: MONTAUK, OYSTER BAYSubway: L

Want to see if there’s another route that gets you there at an earlier time? Moovit helps you find alternative routes or times. Get directions from and directions to 300 Skillman Avenue easily from the Moovit App or Website.

We make riding to 300 Skillman Avenue easy, which is why over 930 million users, including users in Brooklyn, trust Moovit as the best app for public transit. You don’t need to download an individual bus app or train app, Moovit is your all-in-one transit app that helps you find the best bus time or train time available.

For information on prices of Subway, Bus and Train, costs and ride fares to 300 Skillman Avenue, please check the Moovit app.

300 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn

Popular public transit routes in Brooklyn

Ronkonkoma Beach to Atlantic CityWest New York, Nj to PlattekillHilton New York JFK Airport to RutherfordHoboken, Nj to Nutley, Nj42 St - Port Authority Bus Terminal [A,C,E] to Carnegie HallRoute 66 to Rt 10Grand Central Terminal to Larchmont34 St - Penn Station [A,C,E] to Gershwin TheatreHilton New York JFK Airport to Edgewater, NjSW App to FacebookHilton New York JFK Airport to Hof UsaBrooklyn to Green Acres MallBronx Museum Of the Arts to New Roc CityHilton New York JFK Airport to New Canaan, CtGrand Central Terminal to Pearl River, NyFlushing to Valley Stream, NyNewark Penn Station to Bowling GreenFirst on First Deli & Grill to 1st & Surf BeachBryant Park to Union SquareRonkonkoma Beach to East New York

Attractions near 300 Skillman Avenue in Brooklyn

How to get to popular attractions in New York - New Jersey with public transit

Sours: https://moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-300_Skillman_Avenue-NYCNJ-site_56964356-121
149 Skillman Ave 4A

Until it all flows into their guts. As she said, it is very painful and unusual. Especially when they sat with their butts hanging overboard and fired, it was they who fired her out of themselves. Or make them do their lesbo show. And fuck a friend with your fingers or improvised objects.

Similar news:

Honey, have you finished yet. Let me take him by the cheek. Misha immediately took his penis out of the vagina, slapped his head first one by one, and then another on the nipple of her massive whores.



445 446 447 448 449