Services

The following services are free for all EHHOP patients:

  • Primary and Preventive Care
  • Non-Emergency Urgent Care
  • Health Education and Awareness
  • Patient Advocacy
  • Social Work Counseling (EHHOP has a social worker on site every Saturday)
  • Prescribed Medications
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing
  • Voluntary HIV/AIDS Testing and Counseling
  • Referrals for Specialty Care and Imaging
  • Nutrition Counseling (EHHOP has a nutritionist on select Saturdays)
    • Patients interested in nutrition services can call EHHOP at 877-372-4161 and leave a voicemail with their name and phone number, stating that they would like to see a nutritionist.
  • Screening to help see if you qualify for Medicaid or other public insurance
  • Benefit screening to help identify relevant community resources

If you require specialty care, we will refer you to the appropriate clinic at Mount Sinai. EHHOP’s Access to Care Team will help facilitate this process.

Medications

Most of the medications we offer are free for patients. For more expensive or brand name medications, we provide assistance with access to low cost or free options through patient drug assistance programs.

Our prescriptions can be picked up at the Mount Sinai Pharmacy. The pharmacy is open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. It is located in the basement of the main hospital at 1468 Madison Avenue.

Sometimes, patients need to have prescriptions filled at an outside pharmacy. We will let you know if that happens. The outside pharmacy we use is Metropolitan Pharmacy at 102nd Street and 2nd Avenue.

Ancillary Clinics

In addition to our weekly primary care clinic, EHHOP also has three ancillary clinics that are open only on select Saturdays:

  • Mental Health
  • Women’s Health
  • Cardiology Clinic
  • Ophthalmology

Your primary clinic team will refer you to these clinics as appropriate.

Services We Do Not Offer

EHHOP is proud to provide comprehensive health services to our patients. If you have an emergency, you must call 911; EHHOP cannot and does not provide emergency care.