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  • MD Urgent Care

Meet Our Physicians

LUPOWJASON LUPOW, MD    linkedin-logo
Dr. Jason Lupow, MD, is a board certified emergency physician and a founder of MD Urgent Care. Jason is currently an attending physician at Montefiore Hospital, Moses Division, and Medical Director of Montefiore EMS.

Jason graduated Magna Cum Laude from Binghamton University. He studied at New York Medical College where he was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha. Jason completed his internship in internal medicine at St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center in Manhattan and his residency in emergency medicine at Jacobi Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.

Jason is ABEM Board Certified in emergency medicine. He also is an Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and teaches the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course to first and second year students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and a Fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians.

Jason resides in Rye Book with his wife and two young sons.

Why I care?

I’m an ER doc and I take pride in the fact that I am able to help when care is needed the most. My goal is to provide that care in the most personal, comfortable and supportive environment possible. MD Urgent Care allows me do this. We offer the same emergency care services, but in a comfortable, caring environment. When your regular doctor’s office is closed or booked or when you don’t want to be another number in a crowded emergency room, we can see you.

TOOSIBABAK TOOSI, MD     linkedin-logo
Dr. Babak Toosi, MD, is a board certified emergency physician and a founder of MD Urgent Care. Babak is currently Associate Medical Director of the Montefiore Medical Center, Wakefield Division, and an Assistant Clinical Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Babak received his undergraduate degree from Binghamton University and received his medical degree from State University of New York Science Center at Brooklyn. He completed residencies in internal medicine and emergency medicine at Montefiore Medical Center.

Babak holds board certifications in internal medicine and emergency medicine. He is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

Babak resides in Scarsdale with his wife and three sons.

Why I care?

My special interest is “patient experience.” I believe too often that medical practices pay attention to the science of medicine and forget about the art of medicine. I see every patient as a guest in our clinic from the moment they enter our front door until the examining room door closes, when they also then become our patient. My goal is to have MD Urgent Care treat every patient as part of our family. I want a friendly, warm, convenient place for our patients to receive quality medical care and hope we make our patients feel comfortable that they will receive our best care and attention.

alanpictureALAN TEIGMAN, MD      linkedin-logo
Dr. Alan Teigman, MD, is a board certified emergency medicine physician and founder of MD Urgent Care. Alan is currently an attending physician at Montefiore Medical Center, Moses Division, and an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Alan received his undergraduate degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He studied his medical education at Ben Gurion University in collaboration with Columbia University International Program in Health Sciences and completed his residency in emergency medicine at the University of Rochester.

Alan is board certified in emergency medicine.

Alan resides in Scarsdale with his wife and children.

Why I care?

My father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in his forties and I have elderly grandparents, so I am always being called upon for medical attention. As an emergency physician, I know I am confident and poised to help others without getting stressed out myself. When somebody calls “Is there a doctor here?,” I always want to assist people in need. Urgent care allows patients the flexibility to always see a doctor and not have to wait exorbitant amounts of time in emergency rooms. It is very similar to my parents calling me at all hours to help them with their medical questions and problems. I really love what I do and it does not feel like work. Every day is a beautiful day. Working in the medical field gives me perspective that life is great and one should live every day to its fullest. I hope and pray that I can help you feel better and more comfortable with your medical needs. It is a privilege to take care of patients and hear their stories. I look forward to meeting you!

TIENGNELSON TIENG, MD     linkedin-logo
Dr. Nelson Tieng, MD, is board certified in emergency medicine and a founder of MD Urgent Care. Nelson has over 10 years of experience in emergency medicine and has encountered all types of emergency situations by working in one of the busiest inner city hospitals in the nation, Bronx Lebanon Hospital.

Nelson received his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and his medical degree at the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. He completed his medical internship at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan and residency in emergency medicine at Jacobi Medical Center and Montefiore Medical Center. He has an academic appointment as Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and serves as an Honorary Police Surgeon for the New York Police Department.

Nelson is native to Scarsdale and continues to make it his home with his family for the last 33 years.

Why I care?

I have had the perspective of not only being the health care provider, but also the perspectives of a concerned family member and patient. These perspectives allow me to empathize with different individuals depending on the situation. My goal in every MD Urgent Care visit is to inform patients and family members (when appropriate) of the treatment options in a timely and caring manner. Patient empowerment in healthcare delivery is more than just patient participation; it is understanding the impact of health care in the context of people’s lives.

SHAHNISHANT SHAH, MD     linkedin-logo
Dr. Nishant Shah, MD, is a board certified emergency physician and a founder of MD Urgent Care. Nishant is currently on the emergency room staff Montefiore Medical Center, Wakefield Division, where he also conducts bedside teaching for first year medical students and residents.

Prior to joining the staff of Montefiore, Nishant was an emergency room doctor at Staten Island University Hospital and also Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Rahway.

Nishant received his undergraduate degree from the State University of New Jersey at Rutgers and his doctorate of medicine from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He completed his residency in emergency room medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.

Nishant is ABEM Board Certified in emergency medicine. He is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine and the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin.

Nishant resides in Park Ridge, NJ with his wife and three young sons.

Why I care?

I care because as an emergency physician working in busy emergency room, I see patients every day who are forced to wait several hours for routine care that could easily be taken care of in minutes. These individuals are put in crowded waiting rooms often with patients that are very sick, exposing them to infections that could have otherwise been prevented. This is what prompted me to start an urgent care facility. MD Urgent Care allows us to provide these people with the same great care they would receive in an emergency room without the extensive delays in treatment or waiting in crowded waiting rooms with exposure to other, potentially sicker people.