Nao Medical Opens Location In Long Island City


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Nao Medical opened its NYC flagship in Long Island City Tuesday at 30-07 36th Avenue, Queens.

Billed as a comprehensive, community-focused and walk-in healthcare facility, Nao Medical is expanding its suite of services from urgent care to primary care, including mental health and wellness services, immigration services, occupational medicine, travel clinic, at-home care, and more.

Previously known as Statcare, Nao Medical marked the opening of its 1,500 square-foot Long Island City facility by administering free COVID vaccination and booster shots.

“We started our physician-owned business back in 2009 with only a handful of employees and are honored to serve local residents throughout New York City and Long Island, bridging the gap between emergency and primary care – especially in communities without access to affordable primary healthcare," said Dr. Priti Jain and Dr. Sandeep Jain, Founders of Nao Medical in a statement.

"Our mission has always been to bring back a human approach to healthcare, treating patients holistically, and promoting prevention over a cure through education."

Nao Medical has grown to have nearly 400 employees and 14 locations throughout the five boroughs and Long Island, along with a fleet of mobile care sites.

Four new locations are scheduled to open this year in the Bronx, Mineola, Baldwin and Bayshore, NY.

Furthermore, the company just introduced at-home services, which are available in all five boroughs, plus Long Island. Patients who are not able to visit a clinic can avail themselves of certain Nao services at home, whether it’s a COVID PCR test, COVID rapid test, annual physical, IV infusion services or blood tests.

Depending on the service, medical practitioners or nurses will make house calls for no charge (the individual service is covered by insurance or via out-of-pocket expenses).


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