Our doctors are ready to see you. Make staying on top of your health a real priority. Together we can get through it all. And together we can get your care back on track. After all, we are New Yorkers.
If we’ve learned anything this year -aside from how to make sourdough and proper handwashing -it's that the most important thing in life is staying healthy. And who better than our world-renowned doctors to help you?
Keeping You Safe
Health and safety go hand-in-hand. And we've got rigorous protocols to prove it. To ensure you have a safe and comfy experience at your next in-person appointment, we've made some changes. Plus, the subways are less crowded and so are our waiting rooms – in fact, you might not even call it a “waiting” room anymore.
Regular COVID-19 testing for staff and doctors
Temperature testing for everyone
Masks are required –no excuses
Plenty of hand sanitizing stations. Seriously, so much sanitizer
Reduced foot traffic. Yes, we actually extended our hours to reduce congestion
And much, much more... Every specialist can see you virtually.
Watch the video, you’ll see just how safe we’ve made your in-person visits. All so you can be a little less nervous when you come to see us.
Keeping You Healthy
Keep your routine care, routine. Prioritize your care today. Let's face it, during this unusual time, you may have barely left your place let alone your borough. You probably missed a doctor’s appointment, or two, or three. And if you’re over 40, you may have more than just wrinkles to consider. Depending on your ethnicity, pre-existing conditions, and family history, there could be underlying health factors that have been creeping in, while you’ve been staying in. The best thing you can do for your health is probably is to keep up on your annual screenings and check-ups. Trust us, those at-home facials won’t diagnose your high cholesterol. Search from hundreds of New York’s top doctors for an appointment today.
“Dr. Kalish was on duty during delivery and was a total boss and orchestrated the entire operation— she had total control of the theater. The nurses were all so caring and helped me when I was dazed during my recovery. The whole thing felt like girl power; I gave birth to a baby girl and it was all done by strong females. Every nurse, every doctor, every staff member wore a mask. This made us feel so safe.”
Jordan and Annabelle Harman
New parents during Covid-19
“There is no way for me to translate how this team operated together. We had 500% confidence that these doctors would fight for him to be approved for this path. We saw their drive and empathy for him right before our eyes.”
Melissa Oprish on her husband's procedure with Karim J. Halazun, M.D.
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