Category: News

Schenectady Urgent Care Location Moving

Our Liberty St. office will be closed  starting the week of September 19th as we move to our new location at 500 State St. (entrance on Clinton Ave) 

If you have an appointment between September  19th and 23rd, please make sure you have the correct location. If needed, you may call (518) 489-2663 for assistance.

If you need Urgent Care services, please visit our  Albany, Clifton Park or Saratoga locations.

General clinic, MRI and Urgent Care will reopen on  Monday, September 26th.

Thank you for your patience during this transition.  We can’t wait to see you in our new location!

Important Notice: Clifton Park Urgent Care

Please be advised that due to continued staffing shortages, we will be closing our Clifton Park Urgent Care location on Saturdays and Sundays beginning on Sunday, July 10th. Our Albany & Saratoga Urgent Care locations will remain open.

We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to providing you care at these other locations or by appointment.

Appointments can be made 24/7 at (518) 489-2663.

Thank you,


New, Extended OrthoNY Urgent Care Hours

OrthoNY providers are now Saving Lifestyles with extended orthopaedic urgent care hours. Starting Monday, May 3rd, you can walk in seven days a week to get the care you need in Albany, Clifton Park, or Saratoga.

Please note – the last patient check-in is 15 minutes prior to the posted closing.

New Urgent Care Hours in Albany, Clifton Park, and Saratoga

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Albany: 121 Everett Road, Albany, NY

Clifton Park: 1768 Route 9, Clifton Park, NY

Saratoga Springs: 5 Care Lane, Saratoga Springs, NY

Schenectady Urgent Care Hours

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Located at 530 Liberty Street, Schenectady, NY

For further questions on our urgent care services, visit our website or call (518) 489-2663. 

OrthoNY Appoints Interim CEO

(ALBANY, NY) – The physician board of OrthoNY has appointed Michele Brinkman
interim CEO.

Brinkman had served as Chief Operating Officer since June 2017, overseeing the
practice’s 14 locations offering urgent care, clinical care, pain management, ambulatory
surgery and physical therapy throughout the Capital/Saratoga Region. Among her most
significant projects in this role was developing a workflow and cross-training program
toward implementation of a new Electronic Medical Record system. Brinkman also
collaborated with the developer and construction team for a new 41,000-square-foot
medical office building, directing the internal operational team action list that resulted in
the project coming in approximately $350K below budget. And most recently, she
created and successfully led an organizational emergency plan in response to the
COVID-19 global pandemic.

Brinkman joined OrthoNY just prior to the practice’s formation from the merger of
Northeast Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Associates of Saratoga in January 2013. As
Director of Human Resources, she enhanced employee relations, strengthened

recruitment and retention efforts, and provided benefits administration for approximately
300 staff members.

“Since she was hired in 2012, Michele has managed every shift in the practice by
focusing on its impact to our employees. She is committed to the people who keep us
running and the providers who make bone and joint care a priority,” stated OrthoNY
President Dr. George Silver.

“Michele has spent the last year tirelessly working to keep us, our staff and our patients
safe through unprecedented circumstances, while still managing day-to-day operations
and overseeing a massive building project in Clifton Park that brought all of our services
under one roof for the first time,” he continued. “We are thrilled to have her leadership
through this transition.”

Previously, Brinkman was the Human Resources Manager for Cascades Tissue Group
in Waterford, NY, and held similar positions at Merak North America, NU Horizons
Electronics Group and BSI of New York.

OrthoNY is a group of 41 physicians, 33 physician assistants and nurse practitioners,
and more than 300 others Saving Lifestyles through whole orthopaedic care. For more
information, visit

Read original release here. 

OrthoNY Launches Robotic Total Knee Replacement

As New York continues to reopen and elective surgeries resume, OrthoNY can offer patients a new option for total knee replacement, the first of its kind in the state. Zimmer Biomet’s ROSA® Knee System is now available at both OrthoNY Surgical Suites in Clifton Park and Albany’s new Everett Road Surgery Center.

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