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Board-Certified Physicians

All visits are made by board-certified physicians, not nurse practitioners, PA's or any other type of health professional as other services often do.

In addition to our staff physicians, we have affiliations with top notch specialists, who can be called upon to optimize your care.

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From the desk of our Medical Director, Dr. David Seitz

Dr. Seitz graduated with honors.

He is a Board Certified physician with more than 15 years of clinical experience in private office-based practice in Manhattan.

In addition, he has been an assistant professor at the Einstein School of Medicine through his affiliation with Beth Israel Hospital and its residency program.


Posted: December 28, 2020 at 8:06 pm by

Pricing The last thing you want to worry about when you’re sick or injured is paperwork, so we’ve designed a flat-fee structure to keep things simple. Even most tests are included (see below). Single Visits Yearly Plans Scheduling Via email or through our answering service 24/7 direct access to our doctors by cell phone Response… Read more

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Cholesterol Basics

Posted: February 23, 2014 at 10:45 am by

Over the past 20 years, the importance of cholesterol in the development of heart disease has been clearly elucidated. Depending on a patient’s medical conditions, the current guidelines may suggest keeping the LDL (so-called bad cholesterol) as low as 100. Although there are several drugs we can use to lower cholesterol (the “statins” being the… Read more

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Thoughts on Preventative Medicine (3 of 3)

Posted: February 23, 2014 at 10:44 am by

We’ve touched on the basics, and then went a little further to discuss more sensitive issues. There are also screening tests that are relevant only to men or only to women. This will be the third and final part (for now) of my basic thoughts on preventative medicine. Although there is some disagreement as to… Read more

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