Hudson Yards will create an 18,000-square-foot health center on the second floor of 55 Hudson Yards, in another step to advance the project’s massive multiuse agenda.

The health center will be in partnership with Mount Sinai Health System and will provide care to all Hudson Yards employees, residents and their families beginning in early 2019.

“Providing excellent, convenient health care services has always been a priority in the planning of Hudson Yards,” said Related Hudson Yards president L. Jay Cross. “Great neighborhoods have great health-care providers.”

Kenneth L. Davis, president and chief executive officer of Mount Sinai Health System, said, “Core to our mission is providing innovative services and improving access for diverse populations where they live and work.”

Hudson Yards said the center will offer extended and weekend hours and provide employers, employees and residents of Hudson Yards with follow-up care coordination, prescription delivery services, physical and alternative therapies, home and office visits from an on-call medical team, and a customer service staff.

The 18 million-square-foot Hudson Yards on the West Side of Manhattan is being developed with parks, restaurants, shops, corporate offices and residences.

The Mount Sinai Hudson Yards will provide access to both primary and specialty care and “a holistic approach to help patients manage stress, address chronic pain and behavioral health issues, and make lifestyle changes in order to prevent or treat diseases,” said Dr. Tina Sindwani, medical director of the new center.

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