Premier HealthCare offers primary care and specialty outpatient services to everyone and specializes in supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. At our five New York City locations, we offer outpatient healthcare services that include: primary care, dentistry, pediatrics, psychiatry, podiatry, neurology, dermatology, endocrinology, and ophthalmology. Through YAI's Center for Specialty Therapy, patients can receive additional services, including psychological testing, occupational, physical, and speech therapies, and nutritional services, among others. Our doctors and nurses are not only outstanding medical professionals, they are also uniquely trained to care for patients with disabilities. We provide the top level service, attention, and care that every patient who comes to Premier HealthCare deserves.
All Premier HealthCare locations have COVID-19 testing available five days a week, Monday to Friday. The Manhattan and Queens Bayside clinics are open for COVID-19 testing and COVID antibody testing on Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm.
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Accepted insurances can vary by service type and what your plan covers, call 212.273.6272 for more information.
Our doctors and nurses are not only outstanding medical professionals, they are also uniquely trained to care for patients with disabilities. While we primarily support people with I/DD, we can also see family members who might also be interested in receiving medical services with the same doctor and/or at the same facility. Please call us at 212.273.6272 for more information.
Currently, new patients all start with a short intake over the phone to ensure we can support your needs and that your insurance will cover the service(s) you are seeking. You can call 212.273.6272 to start the process.
Yes, we can provide therapeutic services at one of our many locations throughout NYC, at this time we do not provide these services in-home. Call 212.273.6272 for more information or to put in a referral.
If your insurance won’t cover the psychological and psychosocial evaluations needed, and you don’t qualify for Medicaid, there may be ways to get the evaluations. To discuss your options call 212.273.6182.