Gail S. Chorney, MD, Medical Director
Linda E. Both, MA, Administrator
Adult: (212) 598-6321
Pediatric: (212) 598-6205
Chinese: (212) 598-6700
The Ambulatory Care Clinic offers a variety of medical services to adults and children in the specialty areas of orthopaedics, rheumatology, neurology, and rehabilitation. Our multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals provides an individualized treatment plan for every patient. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and many Managed Care Plans.
When you walk into Ambulatory Care Services for the first time, you will be assigned a registered nurse who is responsible for coordinating your care from the first appointment throughout all additional visits. The primary nurse will answer any of your questions or concerns. She will also serve as a liaison between you and other healthcare providers or any services that you require (e.g., ambulette services, social work services and physical, occupational and speech therapies-depending on your insurance).
Ambulatory Care Services utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care. We combine the unique skills of doctors, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, and nurse attendants to provide you with the best possible treatment. Our staff is also diverse and culturally sensitive - a number of staff members speak Spanish, Russian, and Chinese to better serve you. Given prior notice, we can also arrange interpreting services for other languages as well as for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.
- Ambulette services if medically indicated and approved by your insurance company.
- On-site orthotic services.
- Language Interpreters.
- On-site or deferred physical rehabilitation.
- Pre-and post-op coordination.
- We accept Medicare, Medicaid and some Managed Care plans. Check with your insurance carrier for a listing of participating facilities. Please note that all insurances are subject to hospital approval.
Ambulatory Care Clinics Serving Pediatrics and Adults include:
- Sports Medicine - injuries related to athletic activity.
- Spine - acute and chronic back and neck pain.
- Foot - fractures, bunions, tendonitis, arthritic conditions.
- Hand - trauma, Carpal Tunnel, arthritis.
- Neurology - stroke, nerve impairment, body neuropathies, polio.
- Oncology - tumors originating in the muscular skeletal system.
- Orthopaedics - trauma and disorders affecting the muscular skeletal system.
- Osteoporosis - evaluation and treatment.
- Pain Clinic - multidisciplinary treatment of patients with chronic pain.
- Spasticity - multidisciplinary assessment in children with Cerebral Palsy.
- Clubfoot - Ponsetti method for treatment for this congenital disorder.
- Arthrogryposis - children presenting with multiple joint contractures and deformities.
- Neuromuscular - orthopaedic evaluation of children with Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy.
- Genetics - evaluation of children with suspect inherited diseases.
- Skeletal Dysplasia - evaluation and treatment of people with short stature.
- TMJ - Pain of the Temporal Mandibular Joint.
- Shoulder and Elbow - orthopaedic evaluation of trauma and disorders of these areas.
- Rheumatology - diagnosis and latest treatments of Rheumatoid Arthritis and related conditions.
- Rehabilitation - improvement of musculoskeletal system funtioning following trauma, stroke or brain injury.
- Wound Healing  - Learn about the services provided at the Division of Wound Healing and Regenerative Medicine of the NYU Langone Medical Center’s Department of Surgery.