Garden OB/GYN’s Second Manhattan Office Now Open

The convenience of Garden OB/GYN Manhattan services just got more convenient! We now offer a second New York City location, centrally located in the Upper East side.

Our new Garden OB/GYN Manhattan at 67th Street Office is now open on the corner of 2nd Avenue and 67th Street near the Q Train 72 Street Subway Station, the N,R,W Train Lexington Av/59th Street Subway Station, and the 6 Train 68 Street Subway Station.

260 East 67 Street, Suite B, New York, NY 10065

This new office location is an elegant and modern office space with a chic waiting room space, clean, numerous and spacious exam rooms, top-of-the line equipment, high-speed WiFi, and our excellent health care team!

To book an appointment in our new space with one of our Garden OB/GYN Health care specialists, visit the Patient Portal, our website, or ZocDoc or call to schedule an appointment!

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