Northwell Health Opens $52 Million Health Center in Rego Park

Northwell Health has opened a suite of medical practices meant to cover a host of conditions and deliver complex, coordinated health care in the heart of Queens, a $52 million, 70,000-square-foot facility easily reachable by car, subway or bus line and anchored by the largest outpatient cancer center in the borough.

[Photo: Northwell Health leadership (from left): COO Mark Solazzo, John D’Angelo, MD; Rich Barakat, MD; CEO Michael Dowling and Jesse Chusid, MD, cut the ribbon on Northwell Health at Rego Park.]

Northwell Health at Rego Park, located at 95-25 Queens Boulevard, will include Northwell Health Labs, Vivo Health Pharmacy, Rego Park Imaging, STARS rehabilitation as well as specialists in:

In addition, Northwell Health Cancer Institute at Rego Park will serve as a standalone center and provide best-in-class oncology care along with supportive and ancillary services such as nutrition, social work, nurse navigation, survivorship and genetic counseling as well as access to clinical trials. Northwell is committed to working with patients in their own languages, from Spanish and Chinese to Korean, Russian, Hindi and Bengali.

“Northwell has long been dedicated to serving the diverse population in Queens through our hospitals and by offering an array of specialty services, including bringing highly regarded transplant and cardiac programs closer to home,” said Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell. “Now we’re proud to extend Northwell’s world class cancer care to this vibrant multicultural community because cancer spares no ethnic group, it knows no bounds — and neither do our medical experts when it comes to treating this pervasive and deadly disease.”