Dr. Ronald M Krinick, MD is located in
Midtown - East
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Orthopaedic surgery specializing in the knee and shoulder. Dr. Krinick has been Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the New York University Downtown Hospital since 1987. He is a member of the board of trustees as well as a member of the Medical Board since 1988. He is Director of Residency Education in Orthopaedic Surgery, responsible for supervising resident activities in the Emergency Room Out-Patient Department and Clinical Services.
19 Beekman Street @ Nassau & William Streets
Last Modified: Tuesday Sep 11 2007
At New York City's southern tip is the Financial District: home to City Hall, the New York Stock Exchange, and Wall Street. Here day traders, financiers, and the city government and legal system hum throughout the day. The blocks emptied of the World Trade Center are no longer silent: Daniel Libeskindís Freedom Tower is going up. If business doesnít bring you to Wall Street, bring yourself for pleasure. Wonderful old mercantile offices look south onto Battery Park and Governerís Island beyond it. Battery Park City offers a newly refurbished greenway--lovely in itself--with spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty. Heading east and north bypass South Street Seaport (pure tourist trap), and linger on neighboring Water Street for a reminder of the great fishing port that New York City once was.