Health care ... when & where you need it


Urgent and primary care for every member of the family, from 18 months through seniors.

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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LI Walk-In Care

LI Walk-In Care is staffed by board-certified physicians and physician assistants who specialize in primary and emergency care for the entire family.

When you’re not feeling well and it is after normal business hours for your doctor, or you have an injury but don’t need the level of care offered in a hospital Emergency Department, or your child has a fever on a Saturday morning…you need LI Walk-In Care.

Health care for the whole family

Our providers can take care of every member of your family, starting with toddlers ages 18 months and older.

Routine and
Preventive Care

Primary care services include routine vaccinations, annual check-ups, and completion of medical forms.

Accidents and Illnesses

From weekend warriors with pulled muscles to on-the-job mishaps, our team is ready to quickly treat all types of minor injuries including breaks, fractures, sprains and lacerations.

What We Treat


Covid-19 Testing

Wound Care


Flu Shots







Abdominal/Pelvic Pain

About Us

LI Walk-In Care is a special kind of urgent care center. Independently owned and operated by a local Long Island physician and staffed by board-certified physicians and physicians’ assistants with decades of experience in pediatrics, emergency care, pediatric emergency care, primary care and internal medicine, our office is designed with your family’s needs in mind.

So when an urgent medical issue arises, there is no need to wait for an appointment with you doctor or to visit a busy hospital emergency department. Instead, our office is open and ready to provide swift and compassionate diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses, minor injuries, and more.

Our providers are also available to offer primary care for the entire family. Routine check-ups, completion of medical forms, flu shots and other vaccines, and management of chronic medical conditions are offered. And, for your convenience, you may be seen by appointment or, if you prefer, you can just walk in.


Do I need an appointment for urgent care?

No, you never need an appointment at LI Walk-In Care. However, if you would prefer to call ahead to make an appointment, you are welcome to do so.

Will you see me even if I have my own doctor?

We are happy to take care of your urgent medical needs during the days and times that your private doctor’s office may be closed. In that case, we encourage you to follow up with the doctor who knows you and has been providing your care. We are happy to forward information about your visit to your physician, with your written permission of course!

Can I see your doctors for routine care?

Yes. Our providers are experienced internists and family practitioners. If you do not have a regular doctor, or would like to use LI Walk-In Care as your primary care provider, we are happy to serve in that role.

Do I need an appointment for routine or primary care?

You do not need an appointment for routine or primary care. This includes physical exams, vaccines, flu shots, chronic disease management, and treatment of colds and other minor ailments. However, if you would like to call ahead to schedule an appointment, you are welcome to do so.

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