Fishkill - Those suffering from illnesses, cuts, bumps and bruises that require medical attention but not a visit to the emergency room, now have a convenient, affordable option in the Village of Fishkill: Excel Urgent Care. The new walk-in medical office, located in the St. Luke’s Cornwall Medical Pavilion at Main Street Plaza, treats adults and children who need immediate care but can’t get an appointment with – or don’t have – a primary care physician.
The center is open weekdays until 7 p.m. and Saturdays until 4 p.m. to treat sickness and injury, in addition to performing school and sports physicals, providing immunizations and conducting occupational health assessments and screenings.
Both practitioners have extensive training and experience, and are familiar to many in our area. Dr. Landanno earned his medical degree from SUNY Downstate and comes to Excel Urgent Care from family practices in Poughkeepsie and New York City. Moscata, educated in the Physician Assistant Program at Long Island University, previously worked in internal medicine practices and emergency departments in Orange and Dutchess counties.
"Both Pat and I are delighted to be back in Dutchess County, providing care to our friends and neighbors," said Dr. Landanno. "Walk-in medical offices like Excel Urgent Care are becoming more important in maintaining the health and well-being of communities, as the number of family practices dwindles, doctors’ offices become overloaded and getting an appointment during regular or off hours becomes more difficult." He added, "We look forward to being a resource for both family physicians and patients, providing quality health care that is convenient and accessible."
Excel Urgent Care is located at 1004 Main Street, Fishkill. Call (845) 765-2240 for more information.
Excel Urgent Care’s Dr. Clement Landanno and Physician Assistant Pat Moscato are dedicated to providing friendly, professional, expedited care for conditions including:
• Eye, ear and skin infections
• Insect bites
• Abdominal pain
• Minor burns
• Urinary tract infections
• Sports injuries