Important Alerts
Office and Urgent Care Closures

Cardiology-Jersey City is temporarily closed, while Cardiology-Newark is closed permanently.

The Croton-on-Hudson lab and the Patterson lab are temporarily closed until further notice.


To make an appointment with former CareMount Women’s Health, please call the office directly. Online scheduling has been temporarily suspended.

Optum Medical Care, P.C. (formerly CareMount) has upgraded our billing system to ensure that you have a simple, clear and convenient payment experience. To securely view and pay your bills online, visit pay.optum-ny.com.

Effective Tuesday, February 20, 2024, changes have been made to the New York flu clinic hours and locations. Please check the webpage for the most up-to-date information.  

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COVID-19 Information and Updates

The new COVID-19 vaccine is available at our clinics.

Please note available supply below:

– Supply is limited as we receive weekly deliveries.
– Moderna is available for children and adults (ages 6 months and up)

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Health Care Management

7 Questions before you see a specialist

19 April, 2024
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Optum Medical Care, P.C.
7 Questions before you see a specialist

If your primary care provider refers you to a specialist, it’s important to know why and what to expect. Often, your PCP will treat you directly. But for a more complex health issue, sometimes you need to see a specialist with advanced education and training in a specific area of medicine. Learn what questions you can ask to help guide the conversation.

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