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Re: good walk in medical clinic in Jersey City?
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Dr. Perez is a very good doctor and has a great bedside manner. Be sure to tell your friend to get to the office by 7am so she can put her name on the waiting list.

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Humberto Perez T MD
Description - Family Practice
Address - 646 Jersey Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07302-2014 Google Map
Telephone - (201) 656-5711

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Description - Clinic
Address - 503 Jersey Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07302-3521 Google Map
Telephone - (201) 433-1317

I went to Dr. Mirza a few years ago. Expect long lines and not the best looking of offices, but he is very nice and speaks several languages.

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Anyone have a reccomendation for someone with out insurance?
A friend is pretty sick, we think bronchitis or pnuemonia and she doesn't want to go to the emergency room.

thanks

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There are some really good new doctors at Portside Medical. Dr. Marquis (used to be Fabrikant) and Dr. Kimble are great. They have limited hours, but if you are lucky enough to see one of them you will probably be very happy. They both do women's health as well as all the general practioner stuff, so I can get my pap done there, which saves me an extra doctor's visit. Good luck finding a new Dr.!

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There is a Portside Medical. The entrance is on Dudley Street.

Portside Medical‎
150 Warren Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302-6443
(201) 309-3000‎

There are some reviews here

I went there last year and saw Dr. Sabia Ali. She was okay, but I didn't feel it was the right relationship. This year, I decided to go to a doctor in New York City. But, maybe you might like one of the doctors there.

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I have been using my NYC Doc for years but looking to save some travel time and find someone locally. I went to Newport Medical but wasn't really pleased. It had a clinic-type feel to it and I would prefer a smaller practice, perhaps newer facilities/equipment, etc... Any recs are welcome, thanks.

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I wasn't really keen on the whole clinic atmoshpere at Newport Medical Associates. They did take me at a moment's notice though.

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I vote for Dr. Chinai at Newport Medical Associates.


I agree 100%, no waits, good doctor.


This is so far the best doctor's office I've seen anywhere, since they're always willing to take anyone, even a new patient, same day. Even if I don't think the doctors are that good, realistically all they have to do is care enough about the patient to actually see them and write whatever prescription is needed.

So far as other Jersey City doctors, for example, I was told by Dr Mangia's office to go to the ER for something very minor (actually on multiple independent occasions). At the time he was my Primary Care Physician, so I had no choice if I wanted to be covered. It was real fun when, under that plan, I had to visit him once for each visit to a specialist, to get a fresh referral. So if a specialist tells me to come back in a week, that is a new referral. Maybe sending people to the ER unnecessarily was his revenge for people coming to him unnecessarily just to get a referral.

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I wasn't really keen on the whole clinic atmoshpere at Newport Medical Associates. They did take me at a moment's notice though.

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I vote for Dr. Chinai at Newport Medical Associates.


I agree 100%, no waits, good doctor.

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I vote for Dr. Chinai at Newport Medical Associates.


I agree 100%, no waits, good doctor.

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Re: Does Anyone Know A Good Dr. in J.C.?
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i went to vita med on Newark ave with Dr Majchrzak a few weeks ago. i needed a physical done asap and i just sorta went on a whim since they were the fastest place that took me. they're located on newark ave by the court house, and a few blocks away from the JSQ path station (prob like a 10 min walk or so).

their waiting room was modern, clean and large. staff was helpful, and the dr himself was very pleasant. he was very attentive and thorough. they also had a bunch of other doctors in the same place so if you needed a specialist, you didnt have to go far. the best part IMO was that they took my blood samples right there.. in the past, i would have had to go to a separate lab the next day.

hopefully i wont get sick and have to go back anytime soon ... but if i do, i think ive found my new primary doctor

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i like this place..

just stay away from dr. witt

Portside Medical
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Description - Family practice
Services - Family practice, Women and children, specialty medicine, sports medicine, osteopathic manipulation, stress releif
Address - 150 Warren St, Jersey City, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07302 Google Map Mapquest Map
Telephone - (201) 309-3000

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Can anyone recommend a general practitioner in jc? I have only been to some of the clinics in the downtown area and am looking for something a little less chaotic and a little cleaner.

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Can anyone recommend a good primary care physican?I would prefer downtown but anywhere in JC or even Hoboken would be good.

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Thanks everyone. I wound up going to the ER because we called around and nothing was open on a Sunday. We would have had to drive 30-40 minutes out of town to get to one of those 7 day a week walk-in clinics.

Normally don't like to be alarmist and use the ER in that way, but good thing I did. Caught an eye infection that was spreading pretty quickly.

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I believe there is a clinic located in the Pathmark on Rte 440 call the store and they can direct you if it is still open

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I'm looking for an urgent care medical office with weekend hours in JC or surrounding areas.

Not in need of the ER, but probably need to be seen by a doc asap.

Google didn't turn up much and I'd rather not go into NYC.

Thanks.

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What teaching hospital are they affiliated with? I don't think UMDNJ.

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I recommend Dr. Manish Luhana over at
Newport Medical Associates,
610 Washington Blvd
Jersey City, NJ 07310-1400
Phone: (201) 222-1266

He's very nice too!

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Does anybody have the phone number for Newport Medical Associates on Washington Blvd. I searched online and can't find it. I need the number ASAP.

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I just moved to the area and need to find a doctor. Does anyone out there have any recomendations? Thanks!

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Dr. Margaret Carne of York Street??
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Im thinking of visiting her office and I'd like to know if she has been your dr before? Is she a good dr? Does she genuinely care about her patients? What were your experiences with her/her staff? Is there parking around her office?

Im very curious and would like all the information that I could get.

Thanks again for your help!

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My Wife and I have been going to Center for Family Health, a clinic of Hoboken University Medical Center, for at least 9 years. It's not a ritzy practice, but it's clean, well run, and because it's part of a teaching hospital, even if your regular doctor is unavailable, you can ALWAYS get seen that day by a resident. If your problem is over the resident's head then an attending doctor is available.

We've found that for basic healthcare, and gatekeeping like prescriptions, referrals etc, they're pretty satifactory and conveniently local.

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I heard on good advice that Portside Medical is ok if you deal with Dr Levine and that Dr Witt is as useless as a bull with tits !

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http://www.cornellphysicians.com/shross/index.html

New York Presbyterian is one of the best hospitals in the country. I see Sandra Hall-Ross, and I really like her.

Though no one wants to hear this, you should pick and visit a doctor when you are well, not when you have an emergency. When they know you and your history they have a better shot at giving you great care. Dr Hall-Ross even saw me once when I got my calendar screwed up and went on the wrong day.

Anyway it's a schlep up there - 68th and York, but we live in a place where a short train ride will get us to some of the best medical care in the country.

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I vote for Dr. Chinai at Newport Medical Associates.

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I agree that Dr. Mirza is a good walk-in option for run-of-the-mill illnesses, like if you need a prescription in a hurry or an antibiotic.

It's an odd little office that sure could use a renovation, but the staff is polite and helpful.

The hours rock too!

At last check, they were open 6 days a week (closed Thursdays).

The office opens at 11am (though the doctor doesn't come in until 2pm... not sure how that works).

The doctor is in from 2pm-ish until whenever they decide to close -- which is usually between 7:30 and 8pm.

In the past, it's been a great after-work solution for me when I've been ill, though it's been quite awhile since I've needed to swing by there (knock on wood!).

Here's a link to his Superpages Listing (which includes the languages he speaks, his phone number, his e-mail address and all kinds of other good stuff.)

Good luck and feel better!

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Where does one go if they want to see a doctor today, or even within 36 hours? For a non-emergency, but something that can't wait.


I went to Dr. Mirza (the walk in clinic on Jersey Avenue, a block south of Columbus) about 10 days ago, when the office was busy.

The waiting room is shabby, but the office manager knows what she's doing, and the exam room area seemed clean.

Mirza is board certified in internal medicine.

It was pretty obvious what I had (kidney infection), but Mirza seemed to know what he was doing when he examined me, and I think he'd at least be fine for the little illnesses that healthy people get.

I've also been to the DOCS clinic in Manhattan. The good thing about the DOCS system is that it's integrated with Beth Israel Medical Center, and it's pretty easy for DOCS to send you over to get all kinds of medical tests.

The bad thing about DOCS is that, because of the way various laws and insurance rules work, all of the medical practices and testing operations are separate companies with separate billing arms, and one little visit for, say, mild pneumonia could end getting you tangled in all sorts of billing red tape, even if you have a good health plan that pays all of the bills.

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I really like Dr. Chinai as well, but he's only there two days a week -- it can be a bit hard to see him right away, particularly if your insurance only allows you to go to one doctor.

Dr. Mirza (corner of Jersey and Wayne) runs a walk-in office with pretty long hours. I went there once when I couldn't get in to see Chinai... definitely not the shiniest office, but I got the antibiotics I needed and he only charged me $50 for the visit (which my insurance didn't cover).

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