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660 Columbus Ave, Thornwood,
NY 10594

(914) 741-0040

155 White Plains Road, Suite 210 Tarrytown, NY 10591

(914) 372-7171

236 South Main Street, New City,
NY 10956

(845) 678-3434

929 Mclean Avenue, Yonkers,
NY 10704

(914) 803-8100
Thursday Dec 24: 8am - 5pm Friday Dec 25: Closed Saturday Dec 26: 9am - 3pm Thursday Dec 31: 8am - 5pm Friday Jan 1: 9am - 3pm


Frequently Asked Questions

1What is an Urgent Care Center?
Urgent care centers are primarily used to treat patients who have an injury or illness that requires immediate care but is not serious enough to go to an emergency room.
2When should I go to an Urgent Care Center?
When your injury or illness is urgent, but not life threatening. Typical examples include cuts, wounds, sprains, injury from falls, minor burns, cold, cough, flu, diarrhea, infections, and illnesses.
3Who can go to an Urgent Care?
Anyone can go to the Urgent Care. It is, useful if you need to be seen quickly, if you are from out of town, if you do not have a doctor or cannot see your doctor during office hours.
4Can I make an appointment?
No appointments are needed however we offer same day appointments. If you make one, it speeds things, and there is no waiting. We try not to make you wait even if you don’t have an appointment.
5How can I decide if I should go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care?
Urgent Care Center provides prompt treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. For all severe conditions like chest pain, stroke-like symptoms, sudden dizziness, sudden weakness or loss of balance, fainting, seizures, excessive bleeding, severe burns, excessive vomiting and vomiting blood, severe abdominal pain call 911 or go to the Emergency room.

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