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Brooklyn Hospital Center Visitor Parking Lot
240 Willoughby St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located right next to Fort Greene on Ashland Place between Dekalb Avenue and Willoughby Street, this parking lot is forMore the exclusive use of visitors to the Brooklyn Hospital Center.  Please note that lot hours are limited.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
121 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This business emerged from bankruptcy in 2007 and has been on the road to recovery since, turning a profit only one yearMore later. The hospital has recently gone through a series of high profile renovations and purchased an assortment of cutting edge technology in an effort to improve its image. Recently, the hospital has sought to establish itself as a leader in cardiology.
A & J Grocery
106 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located on the corner of Dekalb Avenue and University Place across from the Brooklyn Hospital Center and the Long IslandMore University Brooklyn campus, A & J Grocery is the place to come for classic bodega fare 24 hours a day. Here you'll find chips, cookies, candy, beer, cigarettes, lottery tickets and sandwiches. All major credit cards are accepted, as well as food stamps and WIC checks. Be sure to take advantage of the grill that is also open for business 24 hours a day.
Discount Parking
180 Ashland Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Just down the road from the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Fort Greene Park and Long Island University, Discount ParkingMore operates out of a large garage on Ashland Place. Come here for hourly, daily and monthly indoor parking. Features include 24-hour access, video surveillance and close proximity to a number of downtown Brooklyn businesses and attractions. Call or drop by for more information on pricing and space availability.    
WIC North Brooklyn Health Network at Cumberland
100 N Portland Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
The WIC Cumberland Center is a satellite location of Woodhull Hospital. WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is aMore supplemental food program for pregnant women, nursing mothers and infants through toddlers that empowers them to eat nutritiously. This is accomplished via a two-fold approach --  through vouchers that can be redeemed for pre-approved food at local supermarkets and by a comprehensive health and nutritional information plan that outlines and encourages smarter food choices. The WIC program ends for the individual when the eligible child turns 5.