Entering Phase 3 of Reopening NYC

Hello valued patients!

As NYC and the tri-state area enters phase 3 of reopening, Dr. Kumra continues to be here for you. We are adapting to these great changes and working to maintain the same great, high-quality patient care, while simultaneously, ensuring your safety in our office.

As we continue to learn about the COVID-19 or coronavirus please remeber that maintaning your health and the health of your family is very important, so book your telehealth or in-person appointment by visiting the ZocDoc app, by visiting our official website or by calling our office during office hours 212-580-1483.

Thank you for trusting us with your care.

We look forward in seeing you soon.

 

Lets continue to keep ourselves and everyone safe by continuing to wear your masks, washing your hands constantly and socially distance.

 

 

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Dr. Vandana Kumra Dr. Vandana Kumra Doctor

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