Gotham Health medical centers receive $1.1 million in funding from BP Reynoso

Gotham Health medical centers across Brooklyn will receive over $1 million in health funding from Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso.  
Health care workers rejoiced the massive funds for their facilities, which came from Reynoso’s 2024 fiscal year capital funding. It will enhance patient services and improve the equipment used for patient care.  
One of the top priorities for the medical center in Cumberland is to include a new mammography machine – a tool that’s vital to women’s health.  
"A mammography is not only important in all women across the nation and across the city but critically important to the women in Brooklyn,” said Dr. Adrienne McMillan, of Gotham Health. "This type of funds allows us to get the best tools to provide excellent care which is our goal."  
For the center in Williamsburg, the funds will be used to replace outdated ultrasound machines. The center in East New York will bring new ophthalmology equipment and the expansion of other service for their health care workers to properly do their jobs.  
Reynoso tells News 12 that this is only the beginning, and that he’ll continue to help create safer environments and adequate care when it comes to Brooklyn public health.