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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! and 2013 Year end review.

It has been a great year for New York Urological Associates PC.  All the doctors and the staff wish to extend all our patients, referring physicians and supporting vendors a warm THANK YOU and wish you all a prosperous and healthy New Year 2014!

2013 was a great year for our office.   We welcomed Dr. Marley to our provider roster. We were able to help many patients with their health problems.  From simple matters that required minimal intervention and advice to our patients to more complex problems that required lengthy treatments or surgical procedures.

We have to say that kidney stones were the frequent winner in 2013.  For some of our kidney stone patients we were able to arrange immediate removal of their stones within our affiliated facilities, while for other patients, we allowed time and medication to enable the stones to pass.  We were also able to resolve health concerns for our Prostate Cancer and Urinary Frequency patients.

Our challenges through out the year were not limited to just health care.  Our practice as well as other doctor’s offices around the area, have been confronted with administrative challenges.  Insurance companies have modified policies.  Prescription requirements have become more onerous; we’re trying to keep up with the changes.  Now we’re starting 2014 with the advent of the Affordable Care Act and awaiting more information from multiple insurers to see how this fits our current insurance contract.  Many of our patients are concerned and so are we.

New York Urological Associates PC welcomes 2014 with open arms, and we’re  looking forward to assisting you during the next year.

We’re happy that you have chosen us to resolve your health problems and concerns and strive to provide you with excellent medical care.  Our wish is to always improve upon our services to you, our patients, and fix necessary areas.  We’re always growing, we’re always changing and adjusting to better serve our community.

Happy New Year!