How do our services differ from an emergency room?
What is Urgent Care?
An Urgent Care facility provides treatment for minor emergencies, illnesses and injuries. FirstCare Walk-In Medical Center is a convenient alternative when you need immediate care and are unable to see your regular doctor or have no personal physician in Highland and New Paltz. We also provide comprehensive Employee Health Programs.
FirstCare is open every day, including most holidays, and provides a respectful, caring and comfortable environment.
We’re Here To Help.
At FirstCare, attending to your minor illness or injury is our priority. An Emergency Room visit should be reserved for life-threatening illness and injury.
Treatment of, but not limited to, the following conditions:
- Covid 19 testing and advice
- Cuts, sprains, fractures
- Sore throats, coughs, earaches, fever, flu, headache
- Allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis, pneumonia
- Gynecological problems including laser treatments for post menopause symptoms
- Lyme Disease and Tick Related Illness and Removal
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Sports injuries
- Infusion Therapy
- Abdominal pain
- Urinary Tract Infections including laser treatment for chronic infections
- Arthritis, joint pain, gout
- Allergic reactions, rash, poison ivy, insect bites
- Eye injuries and infections
- Dental pain and injuries
- Skin growth diagnosis, surgical and non-surgical removal
- Dermatology services including cosmetic and laser skin treatments
- Weight Loss and Fat Reduction
- Travel Medicine, Vaccinations
- FemTouch Vaginal Laser Rejuvenation
- Suboxone and Medical Marijuana, exam covered by insurance plans
Respiratory Fit Testing/Exams
On-site limited pharmacy services
Lung function testing
STAT lab testing
Immunizations including international travel vaccinations
Routine Medical Examinations and physicals
School and Camp Physicals
Insurance physicals, such as Portamedic physicals for life insurance
Suboxone Treatment for Opiate Addiction, covered by most insurances.
Medical Marijuana Prescriptions, examination covered by most insurances.
Follow up for emergency room visits
Occupational Medicine – comprehensive employee health care