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CityMD to Open ‘Rego Park’ Location Monday

Astoria Location

Dec. 14, 2018 By Christian Murray

CityMD, the urgent care provider with 10 facilities in Queens and more than a 100 in the metro area, is opening a Rego Park facility on Monday.

The center will be at 91-19 Queens Blvd. in a building that was previously home to the fast-food giant McDonald’s. The facility, which is by the Queens Center Mall, is a short walk from the Woodhaven Boulevard train station and is technically in Elmhurst.

CityMD offers a wide range of medical services. Board-certified doctors are on site to diagnose and provide care for many ailments and injuries, including sinus infections, stomach flue to broken bones. The location will be equipped with C-ray and EKG machinery.

The facility will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on weekends from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

CityMD has locations in Forest Hills, Astoria, Jackson Heights, Corona and elsewhere in Queens. It is scheduled to open a Sunnyside location next year.

“We are proud to bring high quality care and convenient access to even more residents of Queens,” said Vincent Campasano, senior vice president of medical operations, in a statement.

91-19 Queens Boulevard (Google August 2018)

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