Mary A Bray, M.D.
Yelena Dondik MD, FACOG
Visit Our Brooklyn Location!
Located in the most populated New York borough of Kings County, Brooklyn is a major historical city adjacent to the boroughs of Queens and Long Island.
We are conveniently located closely to many forms of driving and public transportation routes:
- Entrance of the Court Street subway station (R train)
- Within a few blocks from several subway stations (2, 3, 4, 5, A, F trains)
- One subway stop from lower Manhattan in the beautiful Brooklyn Heights
- From the Long Island Rail Road to the Atlantic Terminal (formerly Flatbush Avenue)
- From the Long Island Expressway to I-278 West, Exit 17W on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway toward Brooklyn
- From the Verrazano Bridge to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, Exit 27 (Atlantic Avenue)
We are open 5 days per week! If you would like to make an appointment on the weekend, you can schedule it with our Mineola office at (516) 246-2881 at your convenience.
Come stop by our Brooklyn address located at 16 Court Street, 27th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11241 (on the corner of Court Street and Montague Street). Or you can reach us at (347) 991-8255, where our representatives are waiting to assist you!
“We are committed to your health and the successful realization of your expectations and dreams.”
Our Brooklyn office is open 5 days per week.
We are conveniently located at the entrance of the Court Street subway station (R train), and within blocks from several other subway stations (2,3,4,5,A,F trains). We are only one subway stop from lower Manhattan in beautiful Brooklyn Heights. Our office is on the corner of Court Street and Montague Street.
Directions- Public Transportation
Out of Town Clients – Airports and Hotels
From Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties:
Take 495 (Long Island Expressway or LIE) East to I-278 West (Brooklyn Queens Expressway or BQE) exit 17W toward Brooklyn. On the BQE travel approximately 5 miles. Stay in one of the two right lanes (to AVOID the ramp to the Williamsburg Bridge). Take the Tillary Street exit (Exit 29) toward Manhattan Br/Bklyn Civic Center. Turn slight right onto Tillary Street. Turn left onto Cadman Plz W (Cadman Plz W is just past Cadman Plz E). Cadman Plz W becomes Court Street. 16 Court Street is on the right. Parking lots and metered parking are available in the area.
From Staten Island and Southern New Jersey:
From the Verrazano Bridge take the Brooklyn Queens Expressway to Exit 27 – Atlantic Avenue. Take the Atlantic Avenue ramp and make a slight right onto Atlantic Avenue. Left onto Clinton Street. Turn right onto Remsen Street. Turn left onto Court Street. 16 Court Street is on the left.
Long Island Rail Road:
Take the Long Island Rail Road to Atlantic Terminal (formerly known as Flatbush Avenue). You may need to change trains in Jamaica but it usually is just across the platform. Switch to the Brooklyn train to Atlantic Terminal. At the Atlantic Terminal Station take the 2 or 3 Subway line and follow directions below.
2, 3, 4, 5, M, and R to Court Street/Borough Hall Stop:
Pay careful attention to note at which intersection you have exited the subway.
If you exit at:
Clinton St. and Montague St. Walk East (facing the traffic) on Montague one block to Court St. and turn right. 16 Court St. is almost immediately on your right.
Montague St. and Court St. 16 Court St. is just South of Montague St. very near this exit.
Joralemon St. and Court St. Walk North on Court St. (keeping the court houses to your right) toward Montague St. The office is on your left just before your reach Montague.
A, C, F
Take to Jay Street and walk toward Courthouses to Montague Street. Alternatively you can take Lawrence St. to Adams. As you cross the multilane intersection, this becomes Joralemon St. Go one block and make a right onto Court St. In just under two blocks, 16 Court St will be on your left.
G – To Hoyt Street – Schermerhorn St.
Walk on Schermerhorn toward Court St. (about 4 traffic lights). Turn right onto Court St. Walk about 4 short blocks toward Montague. 16 Court St will be on your left just before Montague.