Queens Health Center Relocates to Larger Facility in Rego Park, Queens

Wanted to let you know that yesterday, the North Shore-LIJ Health System opened a new Queens World Trade Center (WTC) Clinical Center of Excellence, moving from Flushing to new larger facility in Rego Park, Queens. The new 3,650-square-foot center, about 50 percent larger than the Flushing facility, is part of the responder Health Program created by the “James Zadroga, 9/11 Health and Compensation Act” that provides medical and mental health services for WTC responders and Survivors.


Dr. Jacqueline Moline, the center’s director said at the ribbon cutting, “Our center’s new space will allow us to better provide the needed care for our patients, and increase our services as the program expands.”


For more information on the Center, contact Queens Clinical Center of Excellence at 718-267-2420; WTC Health Program at 1-888-WTC-HPFU (1-888-982-4748); or www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/wtc/

Ben Chevat
Executive Director
9/11 Health Watch