Multi-Service Medical Center Opens in Westchester

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Ribbon cutting at WESTMED's Ridge Hill location.
Ribbon cutting at WESTMED's Ridge Hill location.

For county residents looking to service all their medical needs under the same roof, Westmed Medical Group has opened its newest location at Westchester’s Ridge Hill in Yonkers.

The facility, which includes professionals from fields like internal medicine, pediatrics, immunology, cardiology and more, also boasts an additional 45 physicians on-site. Westmed celebrated the opening of the new location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Oct. 14.  

Ridge Hill offices will mark the third multi-specialty medical office in the county, joining locations in White Plains and Rye.

“Westmed is committed to providing accessible, convenient, quality and coordinated medical care to patients at this new, full-service facility in Yonkers,” said CEO and president of Westmed Medical Group, Dr. Simeon Schwartz. 

Dr. Barney Newman, chief medical officer of Westmed, said Ridge Hill will function as a convenient one-stop shop for care in Westchester.

“Our offices at Ridge Hill give patients in and around this unique environment the opportunity to have timely, state-of-the-art medical care whenever they need it,” he said.

Specialists in ophthalmology, and breast, vascular and colorectal surgery will be added to the list of service at Westmed’s Ridge Hill medical team by Dec. 31. An optical shop will also be on premises.

“The facility includes all primary care services, many specialty care services, plus radiology, laboratory and an urgent care center, under one roof, as we offer in White Plains and Rye,” added Newman.

Westmed also has medical offices in White Plains; Rye; Westchester’s Ridge Hill in Yonkers; Purchase; Scarsdale; Bronxville; and the Bronx.

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I think the new Ridge Hill is great - but - after a visit with my doctor there, I was listening to a few seniors talking - about how they were upset that they had to park in the parking lot across the street and go see their doctor, or...valet go see their doctor - I starting thinking that this is a little bizarre. Is there something that is being done about that. I can't imagine people walking across the street in terrible weather. etc.