Walk in for top-quality urgent care in Queens
Our walk-in clinic in Astoria, Queens provides top quality, immediate-care medical services whenever you or your child is sick or hurt. Our Board Certified Emergency Room doctors are here 7 days/week to provide emergency care services for all non life-threatening illness or injury, with an emphasis on outstanding service, affordability and convenience.
Most major insurance accepted. As a designated urgent care practice, a referral from your primary care physician is not necessary. Pre-authorizations from your insurance company are also not necessary. Pay only your standard copay (specialist copay or urgent care copay if listed). Insurance plans we accept.
No insurance? No problem. We accept cash and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Discover). Visit cost is $120 for new patients; $100 thereafter. X-rays, procedures and additional services are additional. Contact us with any questions.
Why choose Astoria Urgent Medical Care in Queens?
The city’s finest ER doctors, all board-certified in Emergency Medicine, and experienced Physician Assistants staff Astoria Urgent Medical Care . We have built an incredible team with a shared vision of patient care and a passion for medicine.
Our nurses are trained Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners, so you can count on our qualified professionals to provide the highest quality medical care for you or your child.
Our professionals will provide the finest urgent care for you and the finest pediatric urgent care for your sick child.
Walk in. No appointment needed.
TLC and DOT medical exams
25 March 2017
We are now certified to do TLC and DOT medical examinations as well as electronic DMV vision screens. Please call to check provider availability.
5 years in Astoria
25 July 2016
We have enjoyed serving the Astoria community and have been so for over 5 years. We are a small, physician owned and operated practice. Thank you for your continued trust and support
Back on the Air
23 July 2015
Brian Carey of 1010 WINS radio, center, with Dr. David Otterburn of NY Presbyterian and our Dr. Niels Dua, who helped Brian get back on the air.