The Current Friedman Center Appointment Policy
The Friedman Center will not complete any physicals at this time.
If you are a first time patient, you must call, describe symptoms and schedule an in person appointment. 
If you are a current patient, you can call to schedule a telehealth appointment.  This means that the Physicians will be able to see you  via video visit instead of in person.  This will ensure that you are able to continue to get the care you need without having to go to the office.
How does a Telehealth visit work?
 You will call the Friedman Health Center at 212.930.7300
and schedule your video visit.  
In preparation for your upcoming video visit appointment, you will be REQUIRED to use your smart-phone and the MyChart app to connect to your video visit appointment. 
Go to your App store, search for "MyChart", and download the app with the red folder icon and white heart.
You may also click the link to download the MyChart app -
We highly recommend you log into your MyChart app 15-20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to complete/review your personal information beforehand and to ensure that you are able to connect to your video visit so that you may begin your appointment on time.
Follow the below steps to connect to your video visit appointment:
Please be aware that at the time of your scheduled video visit appointment, you should be in NY State. If you will not be in NY state at the time of your visit, please call our office to confirm if your doctor can still see you.
1. Open the MyChart app on your smart-phone
2. Search for "Mount Sinai" as your healthcare provider network, select MY MOUNT SINAI CHART
3. Log into your MyChart account 
4. Select Appointments to get to your scheduled video visit appointment 
5. Select eCheck-In to review the required check-in portion of your visit
6. A green camera icon will appear, click on your appointment
7. Begin video visit by clicking on Begin Visit button
Please Note: Unless you have a temperature of 100.4 and above with coughing and shortness of breath, you will not be tested for the Coronavirus.  I understand that many people would just want to know but if you test positive without these symptoms, you will be sent home and told that it will pass.  Remember that this is a virus and there is no medication for it.
Nneka Symister, LCSW
Healthcare Coordinator
Local One Wellness Center
Welfare Fund of Local No. One, I.A.T.S.E.
320 West 46th Street, 6th floor
New York, NY 10036

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