NYU Langone expands its reach with new
Greenwich Village outpatient center
BY ROBERT POZARYCKI
One of the largest health
care providers in New
York has officially
opened its new outpatient center
near Washington Square Park in
NYU Langone Medical Associates
– Washington Square
began a phased opening on July
16. The outpatient center at 555
LaGuardia Place, a short distance
from the main NYU campus,
provides services for adults and
children in areas such as allergy
and immunology, cardiology,
gastroenterology, internal medicine,
and physical medicine and
“This new practice brings
NYU Langone’s comprehensive,
quality care to Greenwich Village,
in one convenient location,” said
Andrew Rubin, senior vice president
for clinical affairs and ambulatory
care at NYU Langone.
The exterior of the new NYU Langone Associates-Washington Square outpatient care center in
“While we continue to expand
access to our services throughout
the region, we have a strong connection
to this neighborhood in
particular—the home of NYU’s
The Washington Square
facility includes 26 exam rooms
and a dedicated pediatric fl oor
— affi liated with the Hassenfeld
Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone
— within the 10,000 square
foot campus. The pediatric fl oor
offers services six days a week,
including sick-visit appointment
hours on Saturdays from 8 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m.
One of the main practitioners
PHOTO COURTESY OF NYU LANGONE
based at the new outpatient
center is Dr. Matthew J. Lane, a
board-certifi ed internal medicine
specialist. His services include
preventive care, vaccinations and
Over the months ahead, NYU
Langone Medical Associates –
Washington Square will also add
other specialists in family medicine,
gynecology and pediatric
As the city continues battling
the COVID-19 pandemic, Rubin
cautioned that all services at the
new care facility are being phased
in to ease possible crowding, with
social distancing and other hygienic
measures in place to keep
patients and staff safe.
“As we grow the center, we
are mindful that we are doing so
during the COVID-19 pandemic
and there may be some concerns
from the community about accessing
care at this time,” Rubin
added. “Our patients’ and staff’s
wellbeing is always our top priority,
and we are taking extraordinary
precautions to ensure a safe
environment and the highest level
For more information about
NYU Langone Medical Associates
– Washington Square, visit their
website or call 212-460-5622.
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10 July 23, 2020 Schneps Media