| (L.-R.) Anuja Shah, MD, FACP; Jamie Yedowitz-Freeman, DO; Nicholas Berbari, MD, FACP, Medical Director, NYU Winthrop Internal Medicine Associates; and Bruce Horowitz, MD, FACP, are among the physicians providing high-quality care at NYU Winthrop's new Urgent Care Center.
More patients are walking into NYU Winthrop Medical Affiliates Urgent Care every day and in October, the new Center reached more than 2,000 walk-in visits.
"Volume continues to increase and the patient feedback is excellent," said Nicholas Berbari, MD, FACP, Medical Director, NYU Winthrop Internal Medicine Associates, who leads the Center's team.
NYU Winthrop Medical Affiliates Urgent Care opened its doors on June 2, 2014, marking a major step forward in walk-in healthcare and another way for the Hospital to address the growing healthcare needs of our community.
Staffed by top Board Certified Internal Medicine and Family Medicine specialists and Physician Assistants, the Center is open from 7 a.m. 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. It is conveniently located on the first floor of the 222 Station Plaza building, Suite 110, facing the Mineola train station with free valet parking located adjacent to the Center.
NYU Winthrop Medical Affiliates Urgent Care Team:
Nicholas Berbari, MD, FACP
Anthony J. Calio, MD, FACP
Mark J. Corapi, MD, FACP
Kevin Curley, MD, FACP
Ralph K. Della Ratta, MD, FACP
Jonah Feldman, MD, FACP
Shirley Hanna, MD, FACP
Bruce R. Horowitz, MD, FACP
Angela Mitrani-Schwartz, DO
Deborah Newitz, MD, FACP
Anuja J. Shah, MD, FACP
Albert Tse, MD, FACP
Jamie Yedowitz-Freeman, DO
The Urgent Care Center provides another option for multiple urgent medical issues life's mini-emergencies that require attention but are not life-threatening and do not necessarily require a visit to the emergency room. Anyone ages 16 and older can walk in and receive high-quality, urgent care in a quick and friendly fashion. Radiology and laboratory services are also available. No appointment is necessary and most insurance plans are accepted. Upon evaluation and treatment, all patients and their primary care physicians receive a clinical summary of the services that were provided.