Physical Exams

Physical Exams

New York Urgent care treats many common illness that can help you save time and money from visit to ER.

Our professional staff with years of experience will help address your concerns. Please call us with your specific medical needs to any of our locations.

For children and teens, physicals listed below are a must for a number of reasons including requirements for school to allow your child to enroll in specific sports activities, after school programs, summer camps.

  • School physicals
  • Sports physicals
  • Camp physicals
  • Also for any adults yearly comprehensive physical exam is great way to screen your self for illness and prevent hefty medical hosts down the road. Doctor can help assess your risk factors and help your manage obesity if that is identified as one of the risk factor.

    We also provide per-employment and occupational medical exams including DOT exams. Our flexible hours work around your school and busy family life. You do not require appointments and referrals. We are open 365 days a year and your preferred neighborhood medical provider for family’s school, sports, and annual physical exams.

    Please also review our other offered services.

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      New York Urgent Care Mission

      New York Urgent Care is your neighborhood’s walk in clinic. We strive to serve all our patients dignity while delivering exceptional quality affordable medical care without wait. Our professional medical staff will always be ready to serve all your medical needs without appointments and referrals 365 days a year.

      New York Urgent Care walk in clinic is a insurance approved state-of-the-art urgent care walk in center dedicated to providing immediate, high quality healthcare for our community. Our professional medical staff with years of experience, will provide essential preventive and routine health services for non-life threatening illnesses.
      If you think you are having a psychiatric or life-threating situation please call 911.