Important Alerts
Office and Urgent Care Closures

Effective September 10, 2023, Carroll Gardens Urgent Care is closed.

Effective September 8, 2023, Plainview radiology is closed.

The Croton-on-Hudson lab, the Mahopac lab and the Patterson lab are temporarily closed until October 31, 2023.

The Women’s Health Center lab Poughkeepsie will be temporarily closed until October 31, 2023.

The Fishkill Merritt Campus lab will be temporarily closed from September 25 – October 8, 2023.

The Jefferson Valley Campus lab will be temporarily closed on September 30 and Saturdays for the month of October (October 7, 14, 21, and 28).

Effective August 15, the pediatric and internal medicine offices at 2440 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ are closed and providers have transition to surrounding locations.

April 29, the Drive-Thru COVID-19 RNA testing locations are closed. For COVID-19 testing visit one of our Urgent care offices.


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COVID-19 Information and Updates

At this time, the new COVID-19 vaccine is currently unavailable at our sites. We will update the website when it becomes available, please check back for updates.

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What is a personal representative?

A personal representative is someone who participates in a patient’s health care — a parent, caretaker, etc. — to help them manage their care and make decisions for them. When officially designated, personal representatives can access the patient’s protected health information (PHI) such as test results, and request medical records.

You can designate or remove a personal representative by filling out one of the forms below.

Representation for  minors

Parents usually have full participation in their children’s health care. However, in situations where special rights protect a child’s medical information (e.g. rights regarding birth control and pregnancy), a minor may choose to make their parent or guardian a personal representative by signing a “Designated Personal Representative (DPR)” form.

When a patient reaches 18, the legal age of consent, they can keep their parents as active representatives by signing another DPR. Otherwise, their medical information will become private.

Personal representative vs. health care agent

Personal representatives and health care agents both sign agreements to access medical information and make decisions for patients. However, the key difference is that health care agents may only do so when the patient cannot make their own decisions. For example, if they are unconscious or undergoing surgery, etc., making health care agents more common among elderly patients.

Designate or remove your personal representative

To designate or remove your personal representative, please download the necessary forms below. Print, sign and bring your completed form to your provider. You may also scan or digitally sign your form and email it to your provider.

Contact us if you have any questions.