Holiday Hours

Hoboken & Edgewater Urgent Care Centers
Friday Dec 22nd 8am-5pm
Saturday Dec 23rd & Sunday Dec 24th 9am-2pm
Monday Dec 25th Closed on Christmas
Saturday Dec 30th through Monday Jan 1st 9am-2pm

Family Practice
Closed Dec 22nd – Jan 1st

Stay Healthy and Safe this Holiday Season

While the winter holidays are a time of joy and celebration, the season is not without its pitfalls. Increased travel, family gatherings, and holiday decorations and gifts can bring unwanted stress, injury, and illness. Stay safe and healthy...

read more

Stay Healthy and Safe this Holiday Season

While the winter holidays are a time of joy and celebration, the season is not without its pitfalls. Increased travel, family gatherings, and holiday decorations and gifts can bring unwanted stress, injury, and illness. Stay safe and healthy...

read more

Could you have Prediabetes?

While a whopping eighty-six million Americans have prediabetes, 9 out of 10 of those people don’t even realize they have it. So, what exactly is prediabetes? Prediabetes means your blood sugar level is higher than normal, but not yet high...

read more

How to make a Fast Flu Recovery

How to Make a Fast Flu Recovery Flu season is fast approaching. Learn your personal risk of the illness, and how to make a fast flu recovery if you do wind up sick this season. Flu Risks Many of us consider the flu a mild, common, and short-lived illness....

read more

How to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

School is back in-session and temperatures are cooling down, which means cold and flu season is just around the corner. Learn what precautions you can take now to prevent cold and flu later. Cold and flu are contagious respiratory illnesses that spread...

read more

Make time for a Sports Physical this August

The start of the school year is just around the corner! And if you’re the parent of a student athlete, you’ll want to ensure that your child is physically and mentally ready to get in the game come fall. Head into our clinic now for a fast, affordable sports physical!...

read more

Water Safety Rules Every Parent Should Know

On hot summer days, many of us head to local swimming spots to cool off and have fun with our families. However, a trip to the pool can quickly turn tragic if the proper precautions aren’t taken. According to the CDC, “drownings are a leading cause of injury death for...

read more

Make Heart Health a Priority

February is American Heart Month, and the perfect time to make your heart health a priority. Did you know that heart disease accounts for a whopping 1 in 4 deaths in the United States? It’s currently the leading cause of death for both men and women. As a country, we...

read more

Donate Blood this January

Our new year’s resolutions often look inward and focus on personal improvement. Lose weight. Exercise more. Get organized. But what if this year, we looked outward instead? How can we, as individuals, positively impact our communities in 2017? One simple way is to...

read more

Drive Safely this Holiday Season

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. During the holiday season, incidents of drunk and drugged driving occur more frequently and pose a threat to everyone on the road. To keep our streets safe this December, let’s educate ourselves on impaired...

read more

How to Prevent Diabetes

Today, 1 in 11 Americans has diabetes, and an estimated 86 million more are at risk of developing it. The disease can cause serious health complications and is currently the 7th leading cause of death in the United States. In an effort to raise awareness and...

read more

Protect yourself and others with a Flu Shot

For most of us, the flu is a mild, albeit miserable, respiratory illness that lasts a few days. The symptoms -- fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches -- are unpleasant, but we recover and get back to our daily routines. For those with compromised or weaker...

read more

Choose Whole Grains for your Health

September is Whole Grains Month! Learn why it’s important to choose whole grains. Packed with fiber, protein, vitamins, antioxidants and minerals, whole grains offer amazing nutritional benefits. Studies show that a diet rich in whole grains can lower your risk of...

read more

4th of July Fireworks Safety Tips

  July 4th is fun, and the fireworks displays are beautiful, but this holiday sends thousands and thousands of people to the ER every year: In 2014 alone, emergency rooms reported: 10,500 injuries from fireworks. 7,000 injuries from fireworks in the 1-month period...

read more

Headaches and Migraines: What You Should Know

Headaches and migraines are an unfortunate fact of life for many of us. But you don’t have to suffer in silence -- you deserve relief and you can get it. Headaches Headaches are a continuing pain in the head (sorry, we had to) for many, many people in the United...

read more

A Guide to Asthma and Allergies

Nearly 26 million Americans have asthma, while an astounding 30% of adults and 40% of children have allergies. (Count yourself lucky if you somehow have neither!) This month, in the interest of offering information -- and hopefully relief -- we’re focusing on both...

read more

Seasonal Allergies

AAASHHHHHEW……… SEASONAL ALLERGIES ARE HERE! As the weather starts to get warm and the flowers begin to bloom, many of us struggle with the ever so bothersome symptoms of seasonal allergies. So what causes seasonal allergies? As it turns out, an abundance of pollen can...

read more

Educate yourself on the effects of Alcohol Consumption

Alcohol consumption is a charged topic. We constantly see bars and alcohol advertisements -- as well as cautionary, if sensationalized, tales in the media -- but we rarely have the necessary and difficult discussions about safety, addiction, and abuse. Education and...

read more

Is it the Common Cold or the Flu? How do I know?

What is the difference? The common cold is caused by a wide variety of respiratory viruses whereas the flu is caused by the Influenza virus, type A or type B. Although both are viral infections, influenza tends to present with more severe symptoms, which include high...

read more

March into Health

  When it comes to your diet, the guidelines are fairly simple: eat a diet rich in fruits, veggies, whole grains, and unsaturated fat. The hard part, of course, is actually doing it!   In the interest of helping you start -- or continue -- to eat healthily, we’ve put...

read more

Habits for a Healthy Heart

Nobody likes talking about heart disease. But we need to: heart disease remains the leading cause of death in both men and women -- it results in 1 in 4 deaths nationwide -- and yet a quarter of these deaths are preventable through simple lifestyle adjustments. Ready...

read more

Donate Blood, Save Lives — and Improve Your Own Health

You know that donating blood is important. But do you know how important? In honor of National Blood Donor Month, we’re taking a hard look at the numbers. And they are truly staggering:   Someone is in need of blood every 2 seconds. More than 41,000 blood donations...

read more

Tips To Help You Shop For Safer Toys This Holiday Season

With the holiday season just around the corner, stores will soon be stocking their shelves with eye-catching toys and rolling out deals to draw families from one store to another.   Among all the hustle and bustle of pre-holiday rush, many parents will not...

read more

Kick Off National Diabetes Month with a Little Knowledge

November is National Diabetes Month, and it’s important that we all take the opportunity to educate ourselves on the harsh realities of this public health issue. Because the numbers are truly scary: the CDC reports that from 1980 through 2011, the population of...

read more

Important Tips to Prevent the Flu This Season

Protect yourself, loved ones, coworkers, and innocent bystanders by getting the flu vaccine this year. The benefits of the flu vaccine are many. Ideally, of course, the vaccine will prevent the virus altogether. If you do come down with the flu, however, the vaccine...

read more

Physical Exams: A Healthy Start to the School Year

The first day of school may be weeks away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about getting your child in the right mental and physical condition for learning. And while your child may seem particularly healthy after a summer of running around and playing in...

read more

First Anniversary Open House

  PromptMD Edgewater is celebrating one year!   Come by our Urgent Care center on Thursday, August 6th from 1 - 5pm to meet our doctors, tour the facility and enjoy Uncle Louie G’s Italian Ices and Ice Cream. There will be balloons for kids and a chance to win an...

read more