PCDC Advocates for Primary Care at NYC Council

Categories: Policy
TESTIMONY New York City Council Health Committee Budget and Oversight Hearing on Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget March 18, 2019 Thank you for the opportunity to share our recommendations with the committee today. Founded in 1993 by Mayor David Dinkins and a visionary group of health and civic leaders, the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) …

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Project Renewal: Serving the Homeless

Categories: Capacity Building, Client Spotlight
New York City has over 60,000 homeless residents — most of whom are unable to access critical services, including health care. Homeless individuals’ first interaction with the health system is usually in the emergency room, often due to minor conditions that have deteriorated through lack of treatment. PCDC’s partnership with Project Renewal is helping offset …

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Callen-Lorde Expands LGBTQ-Oriented Care in Brooklyn Through PCDC Financing

Categories: Client Spotlight, Investment, PCDC News
A new $18.2 million project will expand Callen-Lorde Community Health Center into Brooklyn, furthering its mission of culturally competent and accessible health care for New York City’s LGBTQ community. Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, the new 25,000-square-foot facility is projected to serve more than 15,000 additional patients and create nearly 100 full-time jobs. …

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Community Health Care Revolving Capital Fund Supports LGBTQ-Oriented Care Expansion for 15,000 New Yorkers

Categories: Investment, Press Release
PCDC Closes Financing for $18.2 Million Callen-Lorde Brooklyn Project New York, NY — Callen-Lorde Community Health Center’s new 25,000-square-foot facility located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn is the first project to receive funding from the New York State Community Health Care Revolving Capital Fund. The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and the State of …

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Community Development Financing Supports Housing Works’ Latest $4 Million Project

Categories: Investment
Residents of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood will soon have increased access to expansive health care, including behavioral and sexual health services, under one roof. Housing Works’ $4 million project will transform office space into a 7,300-square-foot, outpatient health care facility, supported by financing from the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF). The …

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