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It's safe to take care of your health at Whitney Young Health.


Health and safety have been on everyone's minds lately.

But, preventing COVID-19 is only one part of staying healthy!



  • boy getting injection-unsplash.jpgKeep babies and children up-to-date on immunizations to decrease the risk of vaccine-preventable diseases and to ensure that they can enroll in school.
  • Well-baby visits and physicals for children help to make sure that kids are meeting their age-appropriate milestones and staying strong and healthy.
  • Chronic diseases and conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure require routine care and regular monitoring.


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We understand and share your safety concerns. That's why we have taken numerous steps to keep you and our staff safe, protected and healthy.

  • All staff, patients and visitors are screened for COVID-19 symptoms, including having temperatures taken, before entering any of our facilities.
  • We have created longer appointment times to allow for additional time in between appointments.
  • We are instituting an open access appointment system that will allow patients to book same-day or next-day appointments, which reduces the volume of people in our waiting rooms.
  • Our buildings are cleaned and disinfected thoroughly and often.
  • No one can enter the building if they are not wearing a mask.
  • Our staff practices social distancing and wears protective gear.
  • All COVID-19 testing takes place outside and away from our building.
  • Telehealth appointments are also available! If you are too ill to come to the health center, we can schedule a virtual office visit through your computer or smartphone!


Call (518) 465-4771 to make an appointment

Don't put off the care you need!