Who We Are
About Bethany Medical Clinic
At Bethany Medical Clinic, we value our patients’ time and busy schedules. That is why we offer early morning and after work hour appointments at our conveniently located Murray Hill office in New York City. Our goal is to keep waiting time to a minimum and maximize our high level of expertise in an efficient manner during your appointment. You can expect a personalized, non-corporate approach and compassionate care. We embrace the contemporary philosophy that primary care should be predictive, rather than reactive. We not only listen to our patients, but we help them shape their own healthcare journey.
, M.D., Founder
What Makes Us Unique
We care about your health
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Specialized Practices to Meet Your Needs
You are what you eat. Few things are more important than diet in preventing illness or managing a chronic medical condition. Frustrated with the disconnect between healthcare and nutrition guidance, we brought Registered Dieticians onto our team to work collaboratively with our primary care providers to optimize your health.
We love our patients. We have a deep understanding of the unique health challenges New Yorkers face and we are on a mission to help our patients overcome these challenges, and optimize their health. Our primary care providers are extremely knowledgeable, and bring collective decades of training and patient care experience to our practice. Most importantly though, we care about the overall health of our patients, and also their individual needs and health goals and we go above and beyond to give thorough, but efficient, complete but compassionate care.
Bethany Therapy may be right for you if you are looking to improve your life in ANY WAY. If there is something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals, we may be able to help. To put it simply, we believe every human could benefit from regular facetime with a therapist. We also have counselors who are specialized in specific issues, such as stress, anxiety, relationships, parenting, depression, addictions, eating, sleeping, trauma, anger, family conflicts, LGBT matters, grief, religion, self-esteem and more.