At the Nurse Practitioner Group our adult and elder primary care services include everything from performing annual physical examinations, helping you manage chronic diseases, travel health/vaccinations, treating illnesses and prescribing medications, administering vaccines, and helping women to be their healthiest.
We help you take charge of your health through a wide range of preventative care — from regular check-ups and screenings to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, including vaccines and prescriptions.
We diagnose and coordinate ongoing counseling services for mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Our Washington Heights location features a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner who can provide therapy or medication management as needed.
Managing the day-to-day challenges of asthma, arthritis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, pre-diabetes and diabetes, thyroid problems, or gout can be daunting. We support you with services such as monitoring, prescriptions, and counseling.
Injuries, allergies, infections, and illnesses can strike at unexpected times and in unexpected ways. Whether you have allergies, headaches, rashes, eye, ear, nose, throat and sinus infections, bronchitis/pneumonia, influenza, urinary tract and yeast infections or have suffered sprains and strains, we’re help to help you overcome them.
For adult patients living in the Washington Heights and Inwood sections of Manhattan who have difficulty leaving home, we can provide comprehensive, in-home primary care – including chronic disease management and follow-up care after hospitalization.
If you have a scheduled elective surgery coming up, our nurse practitioners can provide you with a pre-operative examination required prior to your procedure. We will assess your health and answer any questions to prepare you for your upcoming procedure.
We offer telehealth services as a supplement to regular in-person care. Telehealth services allow us connect with patients while eliminating obstacles such as distance, illness, or personal obligations.