NYU Langone Opens New Urgent Care Center
Open 24/7 for Immediate Specialized Care
If this is a medical emergency, immediately call 911.
In recognizing the community’s need for urgent health services, NYU Langone has established a new Urgent Care Center, staffed by NYU Langone emergency medicine physicians, nurses, and specialists, that can treat a variety of adult and pediatric walk-in patients requiring immediate care. The Emergency Department at NYU Langone remains temporarily closed due to damage sustained from Hurricane Sandy and the medical center will not be accepting EMS/911 ambulances at this time.
Expertise to handle nearly all walk-in cases requiring immediate care
Patients visiting the Urgent Care Center will benefit from having access to the medical center’s full spectrum of resources and support, including MRIs, x-rays, CT scans, and consultations with a full array of specialists and subspecialists including surgeons, orthopedists, cardiologists, gynecologists, ophthalmologists and more. The center is also staffed with pediatric emergency medicine specialists and has dedicated pediatric space.
Convenient East Side midtown location
The new Urgent Care Center, open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, is located at NYU Langone’s main facility near 530 First Avenue at 30th Street, in room HCC-102. The Urgent Care Center can be reached through a marked entrance just north of the parking garage on First Avenue. The initial triage and treatment area is located on the first floor of NYU Langone’s Schwartz Health Care Center. Here, patients will be evaluated and potentially treated and released, or escorted to a larger treatment and observation area on the 16th floor of Tisch Hospital.