The healthcare clinic located at 443 Dekalb Avenue between Classon and Taaffe Place has re-opened as Prominis Medical Center.
The 443 Dekalb location will be the second Bed-Stuy location for which Prominis has assumed operation of clinics previously owned and run by Dr. Hsung-Zin Sung, who is retiring.
The first location, located at 297 Marcus Garvey Blvd. underwent a renovation and reopening in April 2013, according to Stacey Robertson, marketing director for Prominis.
On Monday, July 21, the clinic will hold an open house, from 5:00pm – 7:00pm, for the center’s second opening in Bed-Stuy, offering the community complimentary health screenings, vitamin supplements, healthy food samples and a chance to meet the clinic’s new head physician Dr. Alvin Addes who is taking over for Dr. Sung.
The renovated clinic now has state-of-the-art medical equipment. And as an added bonus, patients will have access to all seven Brooklyn clinics.
The new Prominis also has partnered with the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project and at its open house will provide community chefs from the Myrtle Eats Fresh Community Corner who will perform live food demos using fresh, healthy ingredients.
Prominis is now accepting patients. For more information, contact Prominis at 718-852-5252.
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