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Kingsbrook’s Best Health School has partnered with the 71st Precinct to feature a series of educational sessions for the community in 2017. On Saturday, June 24, neighborhood Coordinating Officers Paul Parkinson and Stephen Schmitt will present the first of the series entitled: “Keeping our Communities Safe.” The event will be held on the main campus at 585 Schenectady Ave. between Winthrop Street & Rutland Road in the Lillian Minkin Ballroom.

The Neighborhood Coordinating Police Officer program was created out of the need for new methods to close the gap between cops and communities. Through this program, New York city residents get to know their neighborhood police officers in a brand new way. “We are happy to partner with our neighborhood coordinating officers at the 71st Precinct as part of our Best Health School initiative,” said Enid Dillard, director of marketing and public affairs. “We are extremely committed to providing education that impacts our community’s health and wellness. Addressing our community’s safety falls within the scope of awareness and prevention and that is invaluable to our residents.”

For more information about the Best Health School’s educational schedule for 2017, visit the website at www.kingsbrook.org under Community Programs & Events or call Kingsbrook’s Community Information line at 718-604-5062.

The mission of the Best Health School is to provide better access to wellness information and screenings to promote healthier communities in the borough of Brooklyn. As such, the Best Health School’s education programs are integral part of Kingsbrook’s effort to improve access to quality care and education efforts.

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is a medical teaching facility. Centers of Excellence Include: Kingsbrook Rehabilitation Institute offering Physical & Rehabilitative Medicine, including Brooklyn’s only New York State approved Traumatic Brain Injury & Coma Recovery Unit, The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center comprised of Inpatient Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry and Outpatient Psychiatry, The Bone & Joint Center providing care in Joint Replacement/Sports Medicine and the Neurosciences Institute providing care in General Neurology, Rehab and Stroke care. Kingsbrook and Rutland Nursing Home are JCAHO certified and not-for-profit members of the Greater New York Hospital Association and the Healthcare Association of New York State.

Updated 3:05 am, July 10, 2018
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