NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County launches the Brooklyn Neuroscience Center

Brooklyn, NY: NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County Jan 31 announced the opening of the Brooklyn Neuroscience Center —offering comprehensive care with interdisciplinary teams to treat disorders of the brain, spine, and peripheral nervous system of patients of all ages.

NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County is the primary teaching affiliate for SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, training the next generation of physicians to provide high-quality neuroscience patient care in a collaborative environment.

“NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County is already part of one of the nation’s leading hospital systems, and it’s getting even better today with the opening of the new Brooklyn Neuroscience Center,” said New York City Mayor Eric Adams. “Whether you need help with a headache, carpal tunnel, or a major diagnosis, like Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis, Kings County hospital has got your back.”

“At NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County, we have the dedicated staff and state-of-the-art equipment to treat conditions that affect nervous systems at any stage of your life. The new Brooklyn Neuroscience Center is transforming the landscape of typical practices: receiving Gold Plus recognition for our excellence in stroke, our staff is equipped with the necessary expertise to treat your specialized needs,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County CEO Sheldon McLeod. “Our hospital cares about not only our current patients but our future ones as well.”

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