Urgent Care Centers – better than the Emergency Room
Dr. Larry Kessler, a native of Brooklyn NY, a graduate from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and residency trained and Board Certified in emergency medicine from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. In the past 22 years I have worked in several emergency facilities, from small, under-equipped suburban clinics to large state-of-the-art hospitals in the city. My practice of medicine has evolved from the Emergency Room to the private office setting where we now offer Urgent care; immediate medical attention without the hassle of the ER. I am currently the medical director of ER-DOX Urgent Care Centers throughout Long Island and now Brooklyn. I have also authored a book entitled ,”We all Die Once”. A look into our health system, it’s issues, history and potential futures all told through stories from my ER experiences. The book alone could be a show or more. Perhaps I could bring some to sign and give away to callers or promotional? And of course, one for you.
Walk In Injury & Illness Treatment Center
ER-DOX conveniently located throughout Long Island and Brooklyn!
ER-DOX prides itself on providing patients with quality care. Their goal is to diagnose and treat common injuries and illnesses – without a long wait. The physicians are board certified in Emergency Medicine and are experts in treating the full spectrum of common illnesses and injuries.
Think of ER-DOX as an extension to the primary care physician or family practitioner. When your primary care doctor is unavailable, ER-DOX is here for you! Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
1. What is Urgent Care and how is it different than emergency medicine?
2.Who can go to your office?
3. Is insurance accepted or required?
4. What can/can’t you do in the office?
5. Are you open all day every day?
6. If I call 911, will they take me to your office?
7. Is an appointment necessary?
8. Do you see worker’s comp and No Fault injuries?
9. Where are the offices located?
10 What if I don’t drive, how else can one get there?
Dr. Larry Kessler, emergency medicine