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Over the past few months, we’ve all been through a lot -- and a lot has changed.

At our WPHPA practices, infection prevention has always been a top priority and we’ve updated our facilities with the strictest of cleaning regimens, protective equipment, and additional policies to ensure the health and safety of our staff and patients. We are here for you and ready to treat everything from the exceptional to the everyday.

Learn more about our initiatives in place for your health and safety:

Effective, April 6, New York State expanded the list of people eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination to Groups 1A and 1B, those 16 years and older. To find out if you are eligible, visit the New York State Vaccination website.

New Yorkers with underlying medical conditions are required to attest on the New York State Vaccination website that they have a comorbidity before they can register for a vaccination appointment. This form is automatically generated during the online registration process. NYS DOH also requires all individuals to complete the New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form prior to their vaccination appointment. Proof of completion must be presented at the vaccination site on the day of your appointment. Should any White Plains Hospital, White Plains Hospital Physician Associates or Scarsdale Medical Group patients need further evidence of their underlying conditions, this is most quickly and conveniently accessed online through your MyChart account. Instructions are available here. 

Once you are eligible, we encourage you to get vaccinated. COVID-19 can cause severe medical complications and lead to death in some people. Getting a vaccine is a major step in protecting you from getting COVID-19 or keep you from becoming seriously ill if you do get the virus. Our goal is to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible in accordance with the Department of Health’s prioritization.

At this time we do not have the vaccine available. Please check back regularly for the latest updates.


Learn how we are keeping you safe at our Physician Practices.
 
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