7 locations: Bay Ridge, Boerum Hill, Park Slope - Premier Care, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights, Prospect Heights, Cobble Hill
CityMD appreciates and understands the importance of a healthy work-life balance; this translates into a sensible schedule, no overnights and the support of a "People First" company. Our physicians work hard to guarantee a patient-centric experience, while CityMD works hard ensuring our "People First" philosophy holds true.
Our Urgent Care centers are aesthetically designed with an eye for light, space, and comfort. Our physicians are supported by a trained and dedicated staff including scribes, patient flow managers, medical assistants, patient care representatives and X-Ray technicians. In addition, each office has an office manager to help facilitate more complex requests. These team members are an integral part of our care model, allowing our physicians to focus on direct patient care.
Aftercare is a program unique to CityMD that follows up on all aspects of the care initiated in our offices. Our Aftercare team ensures all lab results, imaging studies and consultation request are followed and addressed on a daily basis, allowing our physician providers to focus on care delivery.
Brooklyn offers attractions for every type of traveler. Want to be on the cutting edge? Head for Williamsburg, where you can hear live music every night and shop for vintage threads. If you want to root for the home team, there’s pro hockey and basketball at Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn. Traveling with kids? Prospect Park and the stroller-filled sidewalks of Park Slope beckon, as does the area’s restaurant scene. And since the best things in life are free, consider a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge or along the scenic Brooklyn Heights promenade. Brooklyn's many exciting neighborhoods, packed with cultural institutions, restaurants, and shops, make the borough a top New York City destination. Downtown Brooklyn provides the perfect starting point for experiencing an eclectic area full of energy and brimming with culture. It's centrally located streets serve as an introduction to the surrounding neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights, BoCoCa, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Williamsburg, and Bushwick—all a short train ride or walk away.
Visitors staying in Brooklyn Heights will be drawn first to its photo-op–friendly streets of impeccably restored row houses and a spectacular view of the Lower Manhattan skyline from the newly revitalized Brooklyn Bridge Park. But let yourself wander and you'll find a vibrant neighborhood with thoughtfully curated stores, innovative restaurants, and such energetic cultural institutions as the Brooklyn Historical Society, Bargemusic and the New York Transit Museum. The Heights wears its rich history on its sleeve, with stately architectural styles, august churches and schools, and literary landmarks.
Bordered by Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, and Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn is truly at the center of it all. The area is a hub for businesses, but it’s also a place to relax and enjoy Brooklyn's arts, culture and entertainment offerings. Classic brownstones dovetail new modern structures and several college campuses bring a lively student population to the area. For those looking for arts and entertainment, outdoor space MetroTech Commons is the site of exhibits, performances, and special events. Downtown Brooklyn is also home to low-key restaurants, delis and coffee shops where locals drop in for Shake Shack's celebrated burgers, fries, and beverages or a sweet slice of cheesecake from Junior's. Downtown Brooklyn's nightlife scene is similarly relaxed, with established drinking dens like O'Keefe's Bar & Grill serving up pints and classic bar food while the game plays in the background. From here, the best of Brooklyn is right at your fingertips.
When people think of Brooklyn, typically what comes to mind is Park Slope: leafy streets lined with historic brownstones, intimate eateries with Manhattan-caliber menus and kid-friendly parks and playgrounds. The neighborhood also offers a wide-ranging live-music scene, where you can see everything from emerging indie acts at the cozy Rock Shop to established rockers at The Bell House. Along Fifth Avenue, the neighborhood's main shopping district, you can seek out vintage clothing, affordable fashion from local designers and a range of trendy footwear.
The sense of community is strong in Fort Greene, a vibrant neighborhood surrounded by Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill, and Prospect Heights. Undeniable charm resonates from cafés, bike shops, bakeries and family-owned stores, meshing seamlessly with the area's rich history that dates back to the American Revolution. Easily accessible from all of NYC, it's no wonder visitors flock to this welcoming neighborhood to relax, play and fill up on culture and incredible eats. Don't miss Brooklyn Flea, a weekend destination for one-of-a-kind handmade wares and irresistible culinary creations, or the Fort Greene Park Greenmarket, brimming with fresh, local flavors. And restaurants like The Prospect and Stonehome provide a sit-down dining experience and dishes made from local ingredients. If it's world-class, cutting-edge entertainment you're after, feel the energy of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, a dynamic destination for performing arts and cinema. Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts also keeps visitors and locals entertained with dance showcases, music events and plays taking place inside its 320-seat space.