'Medical arms race' spurs massive health development on NYC's East Side
At a time when the city's public hospitals are struggling and Brooklyn hospitals are facing possible closures, top-tier East Side institutions—including the Hospital for Special Surgery, NYU Langone Medical Center, Lenox Hill Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College and Mount Sinai Medical Center—could dramatically reshape the city's landscape over the next five years as they expand their footprints, modernize and adapt to upcoming health care reforms.
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