Nearly 150 people attended the opening last Thursday of a new multi-service health center in Bayside dedicated to providing access to medical and specialty care for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled under one roof.
The new 5,500-square-foot multi-service center, located within the YAI/National Institutes for People with Disabilities building at 211-11 Northern Blvd., will provide a number of medical services to people with autism, mental retardation and other developmental disabilities.
Dr. Joel M. Levy, the chief executive officer of YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities, called the center a
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