Washington Heights

4337 Broadway
(at 185th Street)
Tel: (212) 568-6300

Harlem

215 West 125th Street
2nd Floor
(between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards)
Tel: (212) 491-2400

Upper East Side

215 East 95th Street
(between 2nd & 3rd Avenues)
Tel: (212) 996-8000

Lincoln Square

154 West 71st Street
(between Broadway & Columbus Avenue)
Tel: (212) 496-4600

Midtown

590 Fifth Avenue
(between 47th & 48th Streets)
Tel: (212) 582-7117

Flatiron District

21 East 22nd Street
(between Broadway and Park Avenue South)
Tel: (212) 460-7800

Lower East Side

570 Grand Street
(corner of Madison Street)
Tel: (212) 674-8210

 
Family Medicine
Family medicine is a form of primary care that provides comprehensive medical care for an individual and/or family of all ages. Family medicine offers continuing care that promotes health, maintenance education and disease prevention. Family medicine physicians diagnose and treat illnesses, provide preventive health care, manage chronic illnesses and provide personalized guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Services Offered:
Routine check-ups and physicals
Immunizations and screening tests
Blood tests
Bone density tests
ECG or EKG
MRI
Upper and Lower GI tests
Stool and urine tests

Specialists

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Susanna D. Cronmiller, CFNP Flatiron District Aetna HMO
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Ana Guerra, MD Washington Heights Aetna HMO
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Barbara Heath, PA-C Washington Heights Affinity
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Courtney Jones, DO Harlem Aetna HMO
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Vikrant Khanderia, MD, PharmD Washington Heights
Lincoln Square
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Alisha Miller, MD Lincoln Square Aetna HMO
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Julie Tomback, MD Flatiron District Aetna HMO
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Susanna D. Cronmiller, CFNP

Office(s):

Flatiron District
21 East 22nd Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

The State University of New York, Buffalo - MS, Nursing

For appointments, call 1-877-458-8674

Anjna Nain Ganatra, MD

Office(s):

Flatiron District
21 East 22nd Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

St. George's University School of Medicine (West Indies)

1-877-458-8674

Ana Guerra, MD

Office(s):

Washington Heights
4337 Broadway (at 185th Street)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) School of Medicine (Dominican Republic)

1-877-458-8674

Barbara Heath, PA-C

Office(s):

Washington Heights
4337 Broadway (at 185th Street)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

St. John's University - Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens Physicians Assistant Program

1-877-458-8674

Courtney Jones, DO

Office(s):

Harlem
215 West 125th Street, 2nd Floor (between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

New York College of Osteopathic Medicine

For appointments, call 1-877-458-8674

Vikrant Khanderia, MD, PharmD

Office(s):

Washington Heights
4337 Broadway (at 185th Street)

Lincoln Square
154 West 71st Street (between Broadway & Columbus Avenue)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

Wayne State University School of Medicine - MD

University of Michigan School of Pharmacy - PharmD

1-877-458-8674

Jeannine Laux, MSN, FNP-BC

Office(s):

Midtown
590 Fifth Avenue (between 47th & 48th Streets)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

Columbia University - MS, Nursing

Georgetown University - BS, Nursing

For appointments, call 1-877-458-8674

Alisha Miller, MD

Office(s):

Lincoln Square
154 West 71st Street (between Broadway & Columbus Avenue)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

Medical College of Virginia

1-877-458-8674

Paul Pascual, MD

Office(s):

Washington Heights
4337 Broadway (at 185th Street)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

The Chicago Medical School Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

For appointments, call 1-877-458-8674

Julie Tomback, MD

Office(s):

Flatiron District
21 East 22nd Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

1-877-458-8674

Alla Zilberman, MD

Office(s):

Lower East Side
570 Grand Street (corner of Madison Street)

Specialties:

Family Medicine

Education:

University of Maryland (Baltimore)

1-877-458-8674

 

Washington Heights
4337 Broadway (at 185th Street)
Tel: (212) 568-6300 · Fax: (212) 544-5094

Harlem
215 West 125th Street 2nd Floor (between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards)
Tel: (212) 491-2400 · Fax: (212) 491-2401

Upper East Side
215 East 95th Street (between 2nd & 3rd Avenues)
Tel: (212) 996-8000 · Fax: (212) 423-3127

Lincoln Square
154 West 71st Street (between Broadway & Columbus Avenue)
Tel: (212) 496-4600 · Fax: (917) 441-0195

Flatiron District
21 East 22nd Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South)
Tel: (212) 460-7800 · Fax: (212) 460-7877

Lower East Side
570 Grand Street (corner of Madison Street)
Tel: (212) 674-8210 · Fax: (212) 533-1812
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