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Camp and Sports Physical Basics

By / March 30, 2017 / / 0 Comments

Even if there is snow on the ground, it’s not too early to be thinking about sports and camp physicals. Most leagues and camps require physicals to determine if there are any issues that may interfere with your child’s participation. So what does a sport/camp physical include? 1. Vitals screening – we’ll check your child’s […]

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Surprise! Did You See That Medical Bill Coming?

By / March 15, 2017 / , / 0 Comments

Do you know someone who has experienced the following scenario? You twist your ankle on the weekend, and the doctors are all closed. You find a hospital ER in your network and you’re off to the emergency room. Months later, two bills arrive. One is from the out-of-network radiologist who read the X-rays and the […]

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Sunny Days are Ahead – Daylight Savings Time is Here Again

By / March 11, 2017 / / 0 Comments

Ah, Daylight Savings Time (DST), further proof that society is a slave to the clock. It’s remarkable to think that nearly 100% of the nation moves their entire lives forward one hour. It’s quite an accomplishment considering that billions of dollars, countless person-hours and tons of research have only reduced the number of smokers in […]

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Delayed Opening Due to Winter Storm Niko

By / February 9, 2017 / / 0 Comments

All locations of Emergency One are scheduled to open at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday February 9th. Please call our office at 845.338.5600 for further information as the day progresses. If in need of immediate care, please contact your nearest office or call 911.

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Eliminate Your Wait Time at Emergency One

By / January 24, 2017 / / 0 Comments

No one likes to sit in a waiting room. At Emergency One, our goal is to make it easier to get in, get out and get better. With ZipPASS, you can get in line … online. Whether you’re on the go around the Hudson Valley or sitting at home, you can click the link and […]

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Top Seven Diagnoses During Summer at Emergency One

By / June 13, 2016 / , / 0 Comments

Summer is fast approaching which means more time outdoors. Along with that comes some common illnesses and injuries associated with the warmer months. Emergency One has released its 2016 summer illness and injury list based on data from previous summers. 1. Allergies 2. Rash 3. Cuts and Lacerations 4. Swimmer’s Ear 5. Ankle Sprains and […]

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Urgent Care 101

By / June 10, 2016 / , / 0 Comments

Urgent Care facilities are showing up everywhere yet many people have yet to try one out. If you need professional care for anything that is not life-threatening, an urgent care facility may be your best bet. If you’ve never visited urgent care in the past, here’s what you can expect: 1. No Appointments – urgent […]

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Allergy or Sinus Infection?

By / June 8, 2016 / , / 0 Comments

This time of the year it can be hard to tell the difference. To make matters worse, a sinus infection can intensify allergic reactions and vice versa. Both conditions have similar symptoms which might include a runny nose, fatigue and sinus pressure. Where’s the difference? Sinus infection is usually accompanied by headaches and low energy […]

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Emergency One Hosts Art Show in New Windsor, NY

By / June 6, 2016 / / 0 Comments

  On June 2, 2016 from 6 – 8 pm, Emergency One, located at 306 Windsor Ave, New Windsor, NY, hosted “An Evening of Arts” featuring artwork and music by students from Gidney Avenue Middle School (GAMS) in Newburgh, NY. This celebration of art and music featured work from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Types of art […]

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OSHA delivers final rule on Silica Exposure

By / April 12, 2016 / / 0 Comments

    On March 25, 2016, OSHA published its long-awaited final ruling on the standards for respirable crystalline silica. There’s mixed reaction to the standard. One thing for sure, in order to comply, businesses will need increased monitoring and medical surveillance. Some say that the expectations are not reasonable while others say it’s long overdue. […]

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