Wednesday, 10 April 2013 11:19

OrthoNY to Provide Orthopaedic Urgent Care

By Staff Report | Business

MALTA — Starting Monday, April 15, OrthoNY will provide orthopaedic urgent care in its Malta and Albany offices. Both locations will be open Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. until 9 p.m., with no appointment necessary. The group will also enhance existing Saturday hours in the Malta office to include walk-in patients from 9 a.m. until noon. 

OrthoNY Urgent Care will be efficient and cost-effective, eliminating the need for emergency room visits to treat common injuries. The ER costs patients both time and money, so when acute care needs are bone and joint specific, OrthoNY is an optimal choice. OrthoNY Urgent Care will treat sprains, strains, minor fractures and sports injuries, with care provided by orthopaedic specialists and supported by onsite radiology services.

“We recognize that most injuries happen when business hours end and life begins,” said Alan Okun, CEO of OrthoNY. “Sports, gardening and home improvement projects are all activities people enjoy at night and on the weekends. But they can result in injuries at those hours too. We want to treat patients as quickly as possible, to get them back to the life they love. It’s just another way we’re saving lifestyles.”

OrthoNY Urgent Care will be located in the Malta Medical Arts Building at 2388 Route 9, just south of Route 67, off Exit 12 of the Northway; or at 121 Everett Road in Albany. To learn more, call (518) 587-0845 (Malta); or (518) 489-2663 (Albany) or, visit

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