Primary Care Locations

From internal medicine to family medicine, pediatrics to gynecology, we provide high-quality wellness and preventative care

Manhattan Primary Care


(646) 213-0190

535 Eighth Avenue

6th Floor

New York, NY 10018

Mon – Fri​: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Sat – Sun: Closed

Hicksville Primary Care


(516) 252-3903

120 Bethpage Road

Suite 100

Hicksville, NY 11801

Mon – Fri: 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Sat – Sun: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

What exactly is a primary care physician?

A primary care physician is a medical doctor who is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent general public from a wide range of diseases and injuries.

Primary care physicians provide comprehensive treatment, which means that they can treat both chronic and acute diseases such as bronchitis, allergic responses, cold, and flu.

Our experienced health care professionals will discuss your health and counsel you on preventative care and healthy choices.

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Have you received health care services at UrgentWay before?

Primary Care Services

Primary care is essential for a healthier life. At UrgentWay, our primary care services focus on preventative medicine and regular follow-ups to develop long-term, trusting relationships with our patients. Primary care services prevent illnesses through annual medical check-ups, age-appropriate screenings, female healthcare, and effective vaccinations.

Services include wellness checkups for men, women, and children; treatment of minor illnesses or injuries; exams and screenings for immigration, DOT/CDL/TLC, and STD; school and employee physicals; vaccinations; and allergy testing.

What are the benefits of having a primary care physician?

There are numerous benefits to have a primary care physician. A primary care physician is your go-to person for your health and wellness.

Routine visits to you primary care doctor can help detect health problems sooner, keeping you healthier, happier, and saves you money on medical bills. A primary care doctor can also professionally assist you through your next steps towards your health and connect you to specialist doctors  when needed.

What type of primary care physician do you require?

Primary care physicians are divided into five categories:

  • Internal medicine specialists
  • Pediatricians are doctors who are specialized in children.
  • Doctors who are specialized in family medicine
  • Obstetricians and Gynecologists (obstetrics and gynecology)
  • Doctors of internal medicine and pediatricians (med-peds)

All of these experts have received extensive training to treatment a wide range of medical issues. However, any primary care physician has a unique background and specialty. Some care for people of all ages, while others focus on women, seniors, or children. As a result, the best primary care doctor for you (or your family) is determined according to your (or your family’s) health care needs.

Primary care vs Urgent care.

When patient’s health issue is related to minor injuries or diseases, they should seek aid from their primary care physician. When a medical problem appears to be life-threatening or urgent, seek treatment from emergency room providers or urgent cares. A patient’s annual appointment with  his/her primary care physician is necessary in order to get numerous preventative healthcare measures and lower their risks of visiting the hospital during the year.

When Should You See a PCP?

  • Annual Physical examination required
  • Required Boosters and immunizations for prevention
  • Having mild Fever
  • Having minor Aches and pains
  • Have a Cough or cold
  • Having any kind of general health related issues

 

We accept all major insurances

Medicare Plans, Aetna, Cigna, Oscar, United Healthcare, Emblem Health, Health Net, Magnacare…

Frequently-Asked Questions

What role does a Primary Care Physician perform?

The physician who provides complete healthcare to every member of the family regardless of age, sex and medical history is called a Primary Care Physician. A PCP specializes in either internal medicine or family medicine.

How does having a Primary Care Physician benefit me?

A primary care physician recognizes your complaint and condition to refer a specialist doctor for targeted treatment if needed. Overall, a primary care physician provides continuous healthcare to your whole family.

What are the common medical problems a PCP deals with?

A PCP can help patients with chronic illness to manage the symptoms and also treat patients with acute problems like cold, fever, pain, sore throat, cough, abdominal pain and UTIs.

What should I bring to my appointment?
  • Photo identification
  • Insurance card
  • Copay
  • Completed forms (if you have them)
What time should I come on my appointment day?

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment.

What if I need to cancel an appointment?

Please give us at least 24 hours notice if you are unable to keep your appointment.

Words From Our Patients

review rating 5 Was able to get my CDL paperwork quickly. Whole appointment took 30 minutes. Front desk girl is really nice, too.

– Tim W.

review rating 5 I’m from out of town and was able to schedule a last-minute appointment. Great service and the office manager is really sweet and professional.

– KK R.

review rating 5 My visit to UrgentWay was smooth and the staff was kind and helpful. I got all my results in a few days. I will definitely recommend this place to my friends.

– Zuleyha A.

review rating 5 Excellent practice and very cheerful staff. Nice and clean. The doctor was very caring and explained everything to me very well. I was in and out in no time. Will be coming back and will inform my family and friends.

– Abdul M.

review rating 5 I had a great experience working with Sahil. We went there for my mom’s immigration vaccines and checkup, required by USCIS. We didn’t have to wait much and it was done very quickly. We highly recommend UrgentWay Hicksville to anyone who is looking for five-star service.

– Jimmy S.

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