Services & Specialty Centers
South Nassau Family Medicine
Providing comprehensive, quality care to people of all ages, families of all kinds, including those who might not otherwise be able to afford it: that's what South Nassau Family Medicine is all about.
Located just a few steps away from the hospital at 196 Merrick Road in Oceanside, this 10,000-square foot facility combines expert professional care and advanced medical technology in a warm environment, making it the perfect health care choice for your entire family. South Nassau Family Medicine houses 17 large, comfortably furnished patient rooms; one is specifically designed to deliver pediatric care and another is for osteopathic medicine. It also includes a room equipped with advanced medical technology for minor surgical procedures, including colposcopies and IUD insertions. This technology is also used to evaluate abnormal PAP smears, obtain biopsies and treat suspicious areas on the cervix.
South Nassau Family Medicine offers a comprehensive range of services tailored to the individual needs of the patients, from obstetrical and gynecological care, to geriatric and social services, to preventive medicine and urgent health care. It is staffed by a group of skilled, experienced physicians and nurses who are devoted to the mission of South Nassau Family Medicine.
In addition to providing high-quality compassionate care, our Family Medicine physicians establish personal relationships with their patients. This is essential to the mission of South Nassau Family Medicine because communication facilitates more effective and efficient health care.
Under the direction of Scott Ippolito, MD, you'll find:
For more information, or to make an appointment call (516) 255-8400.
Prenatal Care Assistance Program
Offered through South Nassau Family Medicine in Oceanside, the Prenatal Care Assistance Program (PCAP) is a specially-funded program designed to help women have a healthy pregnancy and healthy babies. South Nassau has been accredited to provide this full-service multi-disciplinary prenatal care program through the NYS Department of Health.
Prenatal care is critically important because it helps mothers have healthy babies by reducing the risk of low birth-weight and loss. Low birth-weight babies are more likely to have medical problems such as difficulty breathing.
Through PCAP, you can receive the quality prenatal care to meet you and your baby's needs. Here's how:
For more information on PCAP, or to make an appointment call (516) 255-8400.
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