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On-Demand Health Station
Bath Located within Five Star Bank

Address

323 West Washington Street
Bath, NY 14810

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Contact

This location is a walk-in clinic, first-come, first-served.

Hours

Monday–Thursday 9 a.m.−3:30 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m.−5:30 p.m.

Satruday 9 −11:30 a.m.

After hours, please use video.urmc.edu on your home device.

Emergency?

In an Emergency, call 911 or your local ambulance.

Overview

The On-Demand Health Stations measure key health indicators including blood pressure, pulse, weight, and body mass index (BMI), and also connect users to UR Medicine's On-Demand Video Visit services.

If you’re not able to be seen at your primary care provider’s office, On-Demand Video Visits are a quick and convenient way to get telemedicine care from anywhere. Video Visits are available to patients in New York State and Florida over the age of 5.

Services

How It Works

Patients can access the On-Demand Health Stations in a secure, private space in select Five Star Bank locations during bank hours.

Upon first use, patients can create a free account directly at the On-Demand Health Station. This account will be used for all future visits and allow patients to track their measurements overtime and explore and join programs.

By using the Health Stations to establish a baseline on things like blood pressure, weight and key health conditions, patients can understand and take the next steps (with guidance) on how to get healthier.

Patients can also use the On-Demand Health Stations to connect directly to a UR Medicine provider to receive telemedicine care for common, non-emergent conditions.

Conditions We Treat

On-Demand Video Visits are a good choice for common medical conditions and minor illnesses, like colds, coughs, headaches, infections, rashes and more. Check our symptom guide to see if your symptoms can be treated in a video visit.

Serious and acute conditions like chest pain, fainting, difficulty breathing, severe allergic reactions and new musculoskeletal injuries should be seen by urgent care or in your nearest emergency room.

Call your primary care doctor's office for preventive care (e.g. immunization), chronic condition management, prescription refills and non-emergency care. Consider urgent care for acute illnesses/injury or call 911 for medical emergencies.