Urgent Care, STAT.
The STAT Health Advantage
At STAT, every doctor is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. That means they receive additional education and ongoing medical training so you can trust that you will get the best, most up-to-date treatment available. STAT is also certified by the Urgent Care Association of America, a validation of STAT’s superb service, industry-leading safety, and comprehensive scope of care.
Less Waiting, More Caring
The entire STAT Health team strives to keep wait times to less than 15 minutes. You can even check-in before you arrive to speed up the process. It’s a relief to know, that in most cases, we’ll have you in-and-out in less than an hour.
Exceptional Pediatric Care
STAT loves kids, and it shows. We have special exam rooms and even themed waiting areas in some locations just for children. Whether it’s a cold or cough, broken bone, or a cut that might need stitches, your child will get expert, compassionate care at STAT Health.
Meet Our Medical Team
Francis Johannes Filpo, M.D.STAT Health Bay Shore
Dr. Filpo is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and was an attending ER Physician at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. She loves kids, cooking and also speaks fluent Spanish.
James Bopp, M.D., ESQ., FACEPSTAT Health Sayville
In addition to board certifications in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine, Dr. Bopp is also Medical Director of the Halo Mission which provides care to orphans and caregivers in Africa.
Laura Wilk, PA-CSTAT Health Sayville
Before joining STAT Health, Laura was as an ER Physician Assistant at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center. She has been in practice since 2003.
ER vs Urgent Care
You should visit STAT Health rather than the ER when you have a non-life-threatening illness or injury that requires immediate attention but can’t wait for an appointment with your regular physician. In many cases, STAT Health provides you with the most convenient, cost effective and quickest option to be evaluated and treated. Click here to see a list of STAT Health services.
If you are ever in doubt about whether you need emergency, life-saving care, go to an ER right away.