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Frequently Asked Questions

Manhattan Medical Arts is a multifaceted healthcare facility providing a wide array of services including primary care and neurology. Our faculty includes experienced board-certified physicians clinically equipped to take care of your health needs. Following are a few frequently asked questions for your reference:

What does the term PCP mean?

The term PCP stands for a primary care provider or primary care physician. A Primary care physician is considered a general practitioner whose scope of practice and skills are intended to allow for basic diagnoses and treatment of common conditions. A PCP serves as a gateway to any further specialists a patient requires to see.

What conditions do primary care doctors treat?

The services provided by our primary care physicians include diabetes management, hypertension treatment, STD treatment, weight management, infections, allergies, immunization, and more.

Can I walk into the clinic or do I always need to schedule an appointment?

We do take walk-ins but we advise you to schedule an appointment in advance to avoid waiting. In case you are in urgent need of assistance just visit the facility and our staff and physicians will attend to you immediately.

How do I access my lab results?

Once you become a patient of Manhattan Medical Arts, a patient portal will be established for you using a secure platform. You’ll be able to access your lab results using that portal.

How do I access my ultrasound results?

You can also access your ultrasound results on the patient portal.

What are your clinic hours?

We’re open 7 days a week. Monday through Friday 8 am-8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 9 am-5 pm

Is there a no-show charge?

In case you don’t show up for your scheduled appointment and fail to inform us in advance, you’ll be charged a no-show fee of $70. We ask that you inform us of any changes to your appointment 24-48 hours before the scheduled appointment.

What can I expect as a new patient?

If you are visiting Manhattan Medical Arts for the first time, you are required to complete the new patient paperwork, which also includes your insurance card and government-issued id. It can be submitted online or you can provide the information while at the facility. The visit can last up to 60-90 mins depending on your health needs. The goal is to obtain as much information as possible so that the physician is well equipped clinically to formulate a care plan.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

You are required to bring your insurance card and proof of ID.

How do I get a refill on my prescription?

After every 30 days, in order to get a refill on your prescription, you are to schedule an appointment.

Who can help me with a bill that I received?

Call us at 646-454-9000 and let our billing department help you with your billing queries.

I don’t have health insurance. Can I still be seen?

Yes. You must have proof of ID. If you do not have insurance, you can be seen as a self pay patient. The charges depend on the type of visit you are seeking for the day.

How long are doctor visits?

The duration of a visit varies from patient to patient. It depends on many factors like if you are an established patient or a new one or if it’s a follow-up visit, the kind of service you require. Although we guarantee that all your concerns will be heard and catered to regardless of the duration.

How do I book an appointment?

You can schedule an appointment online through Zebra or Zocdoc. You can also call us at 646-454-9000 to book an appointment.

Where can I book an online appointment?

You can book an online appointment through Zebra.

What are the type of COVID-19 tests that the practice provides?

Here is a list of COVID-19 tests administered at Manhattan Medical Arts

  1. COVID-19 PCR Test
  2. COVID-19 Rapid PCR Test
  3. COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test
  4. COVID-19 Antibody Test
  5. COVID-19 Same Day RT-PCR Test

Do you provide vaccination for SARS-CoV-2?

Yes, vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 is available and is being actively administered at Manhattan Medical Arts under guidelines provided by CDC.