It’s a one-stop shop for your most important medical needs.
Artisans of Medicine NYC celebrated its arrival in the neighborhood with a ribbon-cutting ceremony as grand as its brand new office space on Friday, October 16.
The primary and urgent care center—located at 466 Bay Ridge Avenue—offers extended hours with no appointments necessary, among other specialties and sub-specialties.
“There is no one person to this team and that is the foundation of what we built this facility on,” stressed co-founder Doctor Ramsey Joudeh who helped spearhead the new facility as a way to serve his community. “It’s a conglomeration and combination of multiple people.”
Artisans of Medicine offers services in an impressive array of languages. It also offers on-site laboratory testing, digital X-rays and common medications to help save local residents the time and money of trips to other providers and pharmacies. The center focuses on a number of subservices, including (but not limited to) Internal & Family Medicine, Aesthetic Medicine and Cardiac Medicine, as well as sleep diagnostics.
The medical center’s grand opening was lauded by local residents, community activists and local elected officials alike, including State Senator Marty Golden, Councilmember Vincent Gentile, Assemblymember William Colton and 68th Precinct Captain Raymond Festino, among others.
“The staff, the doctors—we come from all different religions and faiths,” Joudeh said. “We are here to practice medicine at the highest level with the greatest efficiency for this community.”
For more information on the center, visit www.artisansofmedicine.com.