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.


Attention former CareMount Medical patients: A new and improved Patient Portal is here.

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COVID-19 Information and Updates

At this time, we currently don’t offer the new Monovalent vaccine. We will update the website when it becomes available, please check back for updates.

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Disposal of common medications

Medicine take-back options, usually through collection sites, are the preferred way to safely dispose of most types of unneeded medicines such as:

  • tablets
  • capsules ointments
  • lotions
  • liquids

In your community, authorized permanent collection sites or drop boxes may be in retail pharmacies, hospitals or clinic pharmacies, as well as law enforcement facilities. Some authorized collection sites may also offer mail-back programs.

Find a controlled substance public disposal location near you ›

Disposal of sharp objects

Sharp objects like needles and lancets should never be recycled or thrown loosely into the trash or toilet.

Find a safe sharp disposal site near you ›

Disposal of thermometers

  • Mercury thermometers are treated as hazardous waste and should be disposed of at a hazardous waste collection facility.
  • Digital thermometers can go in the regular garbage after removal of the battery.

Disposal of inhalers

Carefully read the handling instructions on the labeling of inhalers and aerosol products.

  • If the inhaler or canister is empty, it can be put in the trash. The plastic case can be placed in recycling.
  • If you aren’t sure if the inhaler or canister is empty or if there is still some medication left, contact your trash and recycling facility. These products could be dangerous if punctured or thrown into a fire or incinerator.