HealthPlex helps save a heart-attack and three stroke victims

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THE VILLAGER – The new Lenox Hill HealthPlex recently successfully helped treat a patient suffering a heart attack, two others with stroke symptoms and another with a dangerous, bleeding aneurysm in his brain. These are precisely the kind of life-threatening conditions critics said the new freestanding emergency department wouldn’t be able to help with.

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Emergency Health Care Gets a New Face in NYC

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ARCHITECTURAL RECORD – When New York’s St. Vincent’s Hospital closed in 2010 after years of financial strife, Greenwich Village lost a beloved 150-year-old institution that had served the poor and working class and was “ground zero” when the AIDS epidemic erupted in the 1980s.

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Lenox Hill HealthPlex: The New Patient-Centered Emergency Center

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DASILVAARCHITECTS.COM – Lenox Hill HealthPlex, the North Shore-LIJ Health System’s new freestanding emergency center, opened in July, four years after St. Vincent’s Hospital shut its doors. Located at Seventh Avenue between West 12th and 13th streets, the facility represents, according to a press release, “a new model of community-based care that integrates health and wellness services with seamless access to 24-hour emergency care and a full range of medical specialists.

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Lenox Hill HealthPlex

Lenox Hill HealthPlex is the first freestanding emergency room in Manhattan and part of the North Shore-LIJ Health System, one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems.

North Shore-LIJ Health System