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Primary Care Doctor's Office in New York, NY Wall Street

Our Wall Street doctor's office is located in the heart of the Financial District, right by the New York Stock Exchange. Getting to and from your appointment won't wreck your whole day, and since our appointments start on time, you can be sure you'll be able to get back to your job without skipping a beat. So whether you are looking for a flu shot or physical, have an urgent need, or want to follow up on your ongoing care, we've got you covered. No stress. No hassle. See a doctor when and where you want. One Medical is reinventing the doctor's office.

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30 Broad Street

45th Floor

New York , NY 10004

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Office Hours:

Mon–Fri: 8AM–6:30PM
Sat–Sun: Closed
We do not offer Walk-In R.N. services at the Wall Street location.

Lab Hours:

Mon–Fri: 8AM–6PM
Sat–Sun: Closed


Public Transportation

Nearby Subway Stations
  • J, Z to Broad Street
  • 4, 5 to Wall Street
  • 2, 3 to Wall Street
  • R, 1 to Rector Street
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Additional Information

Our Wall Street doctor's office is on the corner of Exchange Place and Broad Street. We are directly one block south of the NYSE and "My Suit" Men's Clothing is the street-level storefront of 30 Broad. Please bring a photo ID and allow additional time to check in with the security desk.

Bikes are permitted inside the building, but you must use the freight elevator located on New Street.

Our services

Think of us as your home for healthcare — your go-to for preventive care like physicals and screenings and your first stop when something feels off.

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