Groundbreaking held for new Greenburgh health center

Ground was broken this morning on a new community health center in Greenburgh that has been nearly 10 years in the making.The $12 million project is being funded entirely with federal stimulus money, which Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) helped obtain. Today, Lowey was joined by health center administrators to officially kick off the construction at the site on Knollwood Road. When completed sometime late next year, the 30,000 square-foot building will provide a full compliment of medical services to the community. The Greenburgh clinic will be a satellite site for the Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center.

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