Lower East Side Health Center - New York Low Cost Clinic

  • 92-94 Ludlow Street
  • New York NY, 10002
  • Contact Phone: 212-477-1120
  • Clinic Details: Based in the Lower East Side, The Ryan-NENA Community Health Center supports culturally diverse communities most in need of medical assistance. Located at 279 East Third street (between Avenues C & D), the Ryan-NENA Center is open from 8:30 am on weekdays and from 9:30am on Saturdays. For specific closing times, please refer to the Contact section of the website.

  • Website: http://ryancenter.org/rn_home.htm
  • Services: Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Primary Medical Care
  • Remarks: Year round

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