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Dear Patient/Colleague re Coronavirus/COVID19 Appointment Policy

By Bus and Train

B8: Take the B8 to 18th Avenue and Ocean Parkway.
Walk up the Service Road to end at 591 Ocean Parkway
(Between 18th and Ditmas Ave).
http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/busbkln.pdf

F Train: Take the F train to 18th Avenue. 
Walk east 5-blocks towards Ocean Parkway.
Cross Ocean Parkway and turn left onto the service road.
Walk up the Service Road to end at 591 Ocean Parkway
(Between 18th and Ditmas Ave).
http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/submap.htm

By Bus and Train

B48: Take The B48 Bus To Nassau Ave/Manhattan Ave
http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/busbkln.pdf

G Train: Take The G Train To Nassau Ave/Manhattan Ave
http://web.mta.info/maps/submap.html

Office Hours

Office Hours

Dear Patients/Colleagues:
Effective today, 3/23/2020, our office will only be open for emergencies, 9am till 5pm.  There will be no elective procedures performed until further notice.  As always, we will be available to you by phone, 24-hours/day. 

You can continue to book appointments as usual by phone or online.  On our website, www.drerber.com, just click on the Book Appointment button.  To register for our telehealth services, go to https://drerber.visit.giondemand.com/public/#.
All appointments will be triaged on the phone, those that are truly urgent will be seen in our office.  Other routine office consultations and follow-up visits will be performed through telehealth services (including new patients).
During this time, no elective procedures will be performed.  We will be in close contact with you and your doctor to ensure timely rescheduling of your procedure for a later date.

For all appointments, we ask that patients come to our office on their own if possible, or with ONE family member or caregiver if necessary.

Coronavirus symptoms may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, fever, muscle aches, and difficulty smelling. You cannot come into the office if you have any of these symptoms or have recently traveled out of the country or have been in contact with a person with suspected or confirmed COVID-19.  Patients at greater risk for complications from Coronavirus, including people 70 and older, and those with underlying medical conditions should remain at home unless absolutely necessary.

For complete information on the latest guidelines and screening process, please call our office at 718-972-8500.  Due to the evolving nature of this pandemic, our screening guidelines and policies are subject to change.

To contact our office with questions or concerns, or to schedule an appointment, please call 718-972-8500.  You can also go to our website, www.drerber.com, and click on the Book Appointment button.

This is an unprecedented time in our county and world’s history.  Many of you might be worried, anxious or confused by this situation, and from the enormous amount of information that is coming to you minute by minute from the news media and social media.  We will be here for you, your family, and our community and try to help explain and navigate these unchartered waters throughout this difficult time and in the future.

Wishing you good health and safety,

Jonathan Erber, MD

William Erber, MD

 

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Kensington/Ocean Parkway

William Erber, M.D. & Jonathan Erber, M.D.
591 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Phone: 718. 972.8500
Fax: 718. 972.0064

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Greenpoint/Nassau Ave

Jonathan Erber, M.D.
115 Nassau Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11222
Phone: 718. 972.8500
Fax: 718. 972.0064

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