Expert Doctors in Queens
NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens is part of the healthcare network of NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic healthcare systems and a leader in innovation. We are committed to providing you and your family with advanced, compassionate care. Many of our physicians in Queens are also on the faculty of the world-renowned medical school, Weill Cornell Medicine.
From Flushing to Forest Hills, we serve your neighborhood with convenient hours and locations and offer a full range of multispecialty care services to help you feel your best.
Here throughout your journey of care
At NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens, we have experienced primary care doctors and all the specialists you need for every milestone in your life. Whether you need a primary care doctor, pediatrician, cardiologist, or surgeon, we have a physician who will provide the best of care. Our doctors in Queens work closely together — discussing recommendations, sharing your medical records with each other, and providing second opinions to provide you with the best possible care.
Convenient locations throughout Queens
As a patient of NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens, you can get the care you need when and where you need it.
- Same-day, early, late, and weekend appointments
- More than 30 offices with various specialties
- Virtual urgent care visits offered
- Most insurance plans accepted
- 24/7 access to our free online patient portal, where you can send messages to your doctor
Services & SpecialtiesAt NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens, we provide extraordinary care across 25 specialties, from primary care and pediatrics to orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. Our board-certified physicians in Queens are dedicated to providing convenient and comprehensive care.
Learn About Video Visits
We offer virtual appointments with your doctor or new physicians to provide care from the ease and safety of your home. This is a simple and secure way to have an appointment with your doctor from one of our medical group locations in Queens using a mobile phone, tablet, or computer.
Safe In-Person Appointments
It is important for you to continue to receive high-quality care for your health needs, especially as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Our NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens offices are taking extensive safety precautions for patient safety, such as:
- Constantly disinfecting our offices and exam rooms
- Using personal protective equipment
- Requiring remote registration and check-ins to minimize your time in the office
- Performing COVID-19 screening the day before your appointment and when you arrive
- Read more about COVID-19
News You Can Use
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Many parents are asking whether they need to get vaccinations for their children if they are not attending school. Here, our expert provides advice.
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A NewYork-Presbyterian medical group infectious disease specialist, Dr. David Goldberg, explains why social distancing is an important tool to decrease the chance you contract the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to help stop its spread.
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