HEAL provides convenient access to high-quality medical care to patients within the house call and enterprise setting in a compassionate, complete, comprehensive, and cost-effective manner. We are focused on creating a revolutionary patient-centric healthcare model that leverages technology in order to generate positive healthcare outcomes and savings with the help of our medical teams.
Brooklyn offers something for everyone. Want to be on the cutting edge? Head for Williamsburg, where you can hear live music every night and shop for vintage threads. If you want to root for the home team, there’s professional hockey and basketball at Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn. Have kids? Prospect Park and the stroller-filled sidewalks of Park Slope beckon, as does the area’s restaurant scene. And since the best things in life are free, consider a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge or along the scenic Brooklyn Heights promenade. Brooklyn's many exciting neighborhoods, packed with cultural institutions, restaurants, and shops, make the borough a top New York City destination.
Downtown Brooklyn provides the perfect starting point for experiencing an eclectic area full of energy and brimming with culture. Its centrally located streets serve as an introduction to the surrounding neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights, BoCoCa, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Williamsburg, and Bushwick—all a short train ride or walk away. Those relocating to Brooklyn Heights will be drawn first to its photo op–friendly streets of impeccably restored row houses and a spectacular view of the Lower Manhattan skyline from the newly revitalized Brooklyn Bridge Park. But let yourself wander and you'll find a vibrant neighborhood with thoughtfully curated stores, innovative restaurants, and such energetic cultural institutions as the Brooklyn Historical Society, Bargemusic and the New York Transit Museum. The Heights wears its rich history on its sleeve, with stately architectural styles, august churches and schools, and literary landmarks.
When people think of Brooklyn, typically what comes to mind is Park Slope: leafy streets lined with historic brownstones, intimate eateries with Manhattan-caliber menus and kid-friendly parks and playgrounds. The neighborhood also offers a wide-ranging live-music scene, where you can see everything from emerging indie acts at the cozy Rock Shop to established rockers at The Bell House. Along Fifth Avenue, the neighborhood's main shopping district, you can seek out vintage clothing, affordable fashion from local designers and a range of trendy footwear.