Find the Right Care

Your guide to knowing which kind of appointment to schedule for the types of care you need.

 

Do you need routine care or a follow-up visit?

Do you feel sick right now?

Is this a life-threatening emergency?

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Schedule a same-day
or next-day appointment

Go Immediately to the ER
or call 911

Having a Primary Care Provider to manage your regular and specialty care is important. They know your medical history and can help treat illnesses or conditions before they become serious.
 
  • Physicals and vaccines
  • Routine care and follow-up visits
  • Treatment of ongoing conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Seeing one of our Nurse Practitioners or Registered Nurses can mean quicker appointment availability when you need it. And, your Primary Care Provider will always know about your visit and consider the care you receive as part of your overall health picture.
 
  • Strains and sprains
  • Cold or flu symptoms
  • Discomfort or burning with urination
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Severe chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Heavy or uncontrollable bleeding
  • Severe pain that won’t stop
  • Major broken bones
  • Blurred vision, slurred speech, one-sided weakness, or one-side facial droop—all possible signs of stroke
  • First-time seizures(convulsions) or those lasting longer than five minutes
  • Altered mental status or loss of consciousness
 
 

Do you need routine care or a follow-up visit?


 

Schedule a regular appointment

Having a Primary Care Provider to manage your regular and specialty care is important. They know your medical history and can help treat illnesses or conditions before they become serious.

  • Physicals and vaccines
  • Routine care and follow-up visits
  • Treatment of ongoing conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.

Do you feel sick right now?

 

Schedule a same-day or next-day appointment

Seeing one of our Nurse Practitioners or Registered Nurses can mean quicker appointment availability when you need it. And, your Primary Care Provider will always know about your visit and consider the care you receive as part of your overall health picture.

  • Physicals and vaccines
  • Routine care and follow-up visits
  • Treatment of ongoing conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.

Is this a life threatening emergency?


 

Go Immediately to the ER or call 911

  • Severe chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing 
  • Heavy or uncontrollable breathing
  • Severe pain that won't stop 
  • Major broken bones 
  • Blurred vision, slurred speech, one-sided weakness, or one-side facial droop—all possible signs of stroke
  • First-time seizures(convulsions) or those lasting longer than five minutes

 

Preferred Hospital Facilities for Emergency Room Visits

Manhattan
  • Lenox Hill Hospital

Brooklyn
  • Maimonides Medical Center
  • The Brooklyn Hospital Center

Queens
  • Long Island Jewish Forest Hills
  • Long Island Jewish Medical Center
  • Cohen Children’s Medical Center
  • Katz Institute for Women’s Health
Bronx
  • St. Barnabas
  • Bronx-Lebanon Hospital

Staten Island
  • Staten Island University Hospital
Long Island
  • North Shore University Hospital
  • Southside Hospital
  • Long Island Jewish Valley Stream
  • Glen Cove Hospital
  • Huntington Hospital
  • Plainview Hospital
  • Syosset Hospital
 
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