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Patient Information

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The health services provided at MVNHC are many and varied to meet the needs of the entire family, from the newborn baby to the elderly family member. The Mt. Vernon Neighborhood Health Center offers a sliding fee discount to all eligible patients. Please contact our Registration Department. Services include:

  • Adult Health Care (Internal Medicine)
  • Child Health Care and Well Baby Checkups (Pediatrics)
  • Dental care (Adult and Pediatric)
  • Family Planning
  • Free pregnancy care for qualified mothers
  • Geriatric Health Care
  • HIV/AIDS Education and Case Management
  • Homeless Support Services
  • Hospital Care in local hospitals when required
  • Lamaze Classes
  • Mobile Van
  • Obstetric and Gynecologic Care (Women’s Health)
  • Routine Physicals of all types
  • Special Care and Programs for Adolescents
  • Transportation services for handicapped patients, senior citizens and patients with special needs

Supporting Health Services

These supporting health services which supplement direct medical and dental care are also provided:

  • Special Geriatric Services
  • Diabetic and Hypertension Services and Education
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Counseling Services
  • Social Services
  • X-Ray Services
  • W.I.C. Program (Supplemental milk and food program for pregnant and nursing women, infants and children)
  • Laboratory Services
  • Health Education Services
  • Community Outreach Services
  • Sonogram Services

PATIENT CARE HOURS

The office hour for seeing patients at MTVNHC includes day and evening hours. The schedule of office hours is as follows:

Monday 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
   


PATIENT REGISTRATION

Patients must register at the Center before receiving care. This registration is completed in the Registration Office. Registration personnel will request information regarding insurance (Medicaid, Medicare, or other insurance) so it is important to bring insurance information to registration. For those patients without insurance coverage, registration personnel will also request a recent pay stub.

FOR APPOINTMENTS

Patients are asked to call and make appointments in advance whenever possible. Appointments allow for reduced waiting time, prompt health care, and receiving health care from your assigned doctor. Appointments are conveniently made by calling 914-699-7200. You are asked to be on time for your appointments. Late and missed appointments cause considerable inconvenience to all. If you are not able to keep your scheduled appointments, you are asked to call the receptionist at 914-699-7200 twenty-four hours before the appointment to reschedule.

WALK-IN SERVICES

MVNHC prefers that you make an appointment in advance of your visiting the Center. The Center does however also provide walk-in services for those patients who need to be seen on the same day and no appointment is available. Those patients will be seen on a first come, first served basis.

Emergency situations are handled immediately.

FEES FOR SERVICES

The goal of the Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center is to provide you and your family members with the best possible health care at the lowest possible cost. Insurance cards from Medicaid, Medicare, or other insurance organizations are invited. The Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center also has a sliding fee scale for patients without health insurance coverage so that quality care is provided to all patients without concern for the ability of the patient to pay. The sliding fee scale is individually adjusted according to family size and income.