Mount Sinai Doctors-55 East 34th Street, Japanese Medical Practice

Tokio Marine Group-Affiliated Medical Institution

Mount Sinai Doctors-Japanese Medical Practice is a clinic operated by New York's largest medical institution, the Mount Sinai Health System. Established in 1990, we are a Tokio Marine Group-affiliated medical institution. We have been serving expatriates of Japanese companies and their families, as well as Japanese travelers, for more than 30 years. Our office staff speaks the Japanese language to better comfort our Japanese patients.

With more than 7,000 doctors, the Mount Sinai Health System provides comprehensive health care by utilizing our wide range of networks. We work closely with a variety of specialists across the Health System.

Japanese Medical Practice is the only Japanese-affiliated medical facility accredited by The Joint Commission (the recognized global leader for health care accreditation), guaranteeing that it provides safe and high-quality medical care.

U.S. Medical Insurance Is Also Available

Japanese Medical Practice is one of the few Japanese-affiliated medical clinics that can accept most U.S. insurances, which enables you to be covered, even for items not covered by overseas travel insurance. This includes ongoing treatment of chronic illnesses, vaccinations, and annual physical exams, as well as other broad coverage, including follow-up visits after various exams. You can use this clinic with peace of mind, knowing that your U.S. insurance will pay.

Broad Medical Treatments

The Mount Sinai Doctors-Japanese Medical Practice offers primary care and internal medicine services. We have two locations: one in Manhattan near the Empire State Building and another in Hartsdale, New York, conveniently located close to the Metro North train station.

We provide comprehensive clinical care, such as general internal medicine, at both the Manhattan and Hartsdale Offices, as well as pediatric/geriatric medical services at the Hartsdale Office. In collaboration with the Mount Sinai Health System, we can refer you to a specialist if additional specialized medical treatments are required.

Manhattan Office (For patients 18 years and older): in-person or telehealth (online) visits

  • Primary Care (Internal Medicine)
    • Annual physical exam, and follow-up
    • Corporate physical (Ningen Dock), and follow-up
    • Immigration physical exam
    • COVID-19 PCR test
    • Cardiovascular screenings, including blood pressure checks
    • Weight-loss support and management
    • Immunizations
    • Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing
    • Smoking cessation

Hartsdale Office (For patients of all ages): in-person visit or telehealth (online) visits

  • Primary Care (Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Geriatrics)
    • Annual physical exam, and follow-up
    • Well-baby/well-child care, and follow-up
    • Corporate physical (Ningen Dock), and follow-up
    • Immigration physical exam
    • Cardiovascular screenings, including blood pressure checks
    • Weight-loss support and management
    • Immunizations
    • Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing
    • Smoking cessation
    • Access to radiology related testing, including X-rays and sonograms
    • Access to upper endoscopy and colonoscopy testing

We ask patients to bring a photo ID/passport with insurance card to all appointments.

Patients With Overseas Travel Insurance

You can be treated without paying on the spot.

If you arrange Overseas Travel Insurance with Tokio Marine & Nichido or other companies, the insurance company pays directly to our practice for treatment of injury or illness while traveling.

  1. Call our practice to make an appointment. (If you cannot make an appointment yourself, call the insurance company’s support desk for assistance.)
  2. Upon your visit to our practice, present your insurance policy or insurance card and ask for medical fees to be directly charged to the insurance company. (If you use overseas travel insurance with a credit card, contact the insurance company and follow the instruction prior to your visit.)
  3. Fill out any necessary forms.
  4. Get medical treatment.