Walk-In Urgent care located in Greenwich Village and Murray Hill of Manhattan New York

New Patient: $125 SELF-PAY PATIENT INCLUDES OFFICE VISIT ONLY.
Additional Testing, or imaging and other services are extra charge(s).
Established Patient: $100 SELF-PAY PATIENT INCLUDES OFFICE VISIT ONLY.
Additional Testing, or imaging and other services are extra charge(s).

New York Doctors Urgent Care is a walk-in urgent care facility ready to meet the needs for you, your family, employees and businesses. We provide care to New York City’s Greenwich Village, West Village, East Village, Union Square, Chelsea, Washington Square Park, Soho, Gramercy Park, Murray Hill, Tribeca, Nomad, Kips Bay and Midtown East, New York City as well as other surrounding Manhattan communities.

We offer compassionate care for board-certified physicians and staff. No appointments are ever needed for any of our services, we’re a walk-in facility. In addition to urgent care, we provide lab testing, x-rays, vaccines, physicals, travel medicine and so much more! We provide treatment for all non-life threatening illnesses and injuries to our communities. Be seen within minutes, not hours and start feeling better fast.

New York Doctors Urgent Care Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 8:00PM
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM

Our Walk-In Services:
Walk-in urgent care
Treatment of injuries and illnesses
Lab testing
Low dose x-rays
Pediatric care
Physical exams
COVID-19 testing
Vaccines and immunizations
Travel medicine
IV hydration
Occupational medicine
DOT & CDL exams
Drug and alcohol testing

What We Provide:
Open 7 days a week
Treat ages 4 months and older
Board-certified physicians
Respectful staff members
Quality, compassionate care
Value-based care
State-of-the-art facility
Reserve your spot online
In network with most insurances
Cost-effective alternative to the ER
Safe, clean center
Minimal wait times
UCA accredited center

Our goal is to provide you with the medical assistance you need, when you need it, so you are on your way to recovery as soon as possible.

If this is a life-threatening emergency, please dial 911 or get to your nearest emergency department.