Columbia Primary Care Celebrates New Location on Manhattan's Upper West Side
This article is adapted from one that originally appeared on the CUIMC website on November 16, 2020.
November 18, 2020
Columbia Primary Care's latest practice location in the Manhattan Valley neighborhood of the Upper West Side marks an important milestone in the expansion of Columbia’s primary care enterprise.
On Friday, Nov 13, the practice welcomed limited guests for a socially distanced ribbon-cutting ceremony. Leadership team members from CUIMC and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital offered remarks for guests in attendance and viewers watching via livestream. Councilman Mark Levine, who represents the 7th district of Manhattan in Northern Manhattan, also provided remarks.
The new facility and its staff are well-positioned to meet patients’ needs and will make seeking quality care easier than ever. The practice will offer same-day appointments, robust telehealth options, and access to Columbia’s world-class network of more than 2,000 medical specialists. It is scheduled to open this week and patients can book appointments now.
Located at 2702 Broadway on the corner of Broadway and 103rd Street, the new facility includes eight examination rooms equipped with cutting-edge medical equipment, including telemedicine capability in every room, digital signage throughout the practice, and video interpreter services. It is staffed by a multidisciplinary team of pediatricians, family physicians, internal medicine physicians, and nurse practitioners.