Sick Visits and Emergencies

If you are having a medical emergency please go to the closest emergency room or call 911.

Sick Visits

However, if your child is sick, and it is not an emergency, please call us at 215-790-1788. We are available 24 hours a day to answer questions. If you call after-hours or on the weekends just listen to the voicemail and at the very end you will be automatically connected with a medical provider who will handle your phone call. Remember if it is NOT an emergency and you are sick please CALL US FIRST before going to an emergency department or an urgent care center. Many times we can handle your issue over the telephone, which will save you tons of time and stress.

Walk-in Visits

We will accept patients on a walk-in basis, however they must be already established as patients in our practice. Our walk-in hours are 9-11am and 1-3 pm (Monday-Friday). We cannot accommodate walk-in well adult visits as these visits are meant for patients who are sick. Patients who chose to walk in might have longer wait times.  To help with this, we strongly recommend that you call our office and schedule an appointment if you need to be seen. In some cases we might be able to solve your problem without you having to come to our office that would save you lots of time!

The only way to guarantee that you will be seen is to arrive on-time for a scheduled appointment.

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Karam Mounzer, MD

Dr. Mounzer identified two major gaps in the care of patients with HIV/hepatitis C (HCV) co-infection, and the complexity of multidrug-resistant HIV treatment. He is involved with many clinical trials focusing on drug development and better understanding of HIV immunopathogenesis with the Wistar Institute. He is involved in teaching and mentoring.

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Dr. Mario Cruz

Dr. Mario CruzDr. Cruz is a board certified pediatrician who serves as the Medical Director for our Pediatrics and Adolescent Health Center. He has presented and/or published in the fields of community violence and domestic violence prevention, quality improvement, behavioral health, curriculum development and mentorship. In 2019 he received the Greater Philadelphia Social Innovation Award for Innovations in Healthcare.

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