COVID-19 Update:  A.M.P. offers TeleHealth video visits and urgent in person visits. Click here to Learn About Virtual Care Options and here for additional COVID-19 information.

Mandatory screening will take place before entering any A.M.P. location. If you are older, immunocompromised, have a cough, fever, or shortness of breath please contact us to schedule a TeleHealth appointment.

Non-Discrimination Notice

Update on our COVID screening protocols and information

AMP of NY places the safety of our patients and our community as our top priority.

We appreciate the challenges that the current situation poses to delivering the care to our patients.

We share the responsibility in limiting the risk of infection and community transmission.

AMP of NY is taking the following actions:
-At this time all AMP locations will remain open.
-We are focusing our in–person office visits to urgent conditions and urologic cancer care
-We are continuing to treat and evaluate patients in our radiation oncology department
-We are offering telemedicine visits for our established patients and new consultations, you may schedule an appointment and get more information on our virtual clinic website by calling our office.
-As possible, we are asking our employees to work remotely.

-If you have any specific questions about your care or appointment please contact us via your portal or by calling the office.

-To ensure our patients, employees and visitors well being a mandatory screening will take place before entering our offices.
-If you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath please contact us your office to reschedule your appointment and contact your primary care provider.
-If you are older, have underlying medical conditions or are immunocompromised please contact us about your upcoming appointment

For further information and guidance please visit:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus Information.

https:/www.cdc.gov/coronavirus

New York state Department of Health Coronavirus Information

https://health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/coronavirus/

Onondaga County Health Department

http://www.ongov.net/health/