The Dow Zanghi Student Health Center provides primary medical care to Marymount Manhattan students. It is operated by Mount Sinai Beth Israel/Student Health Services Network in partnership with the College.
All students, including commuters and those living at the other MMC residence halls, may use the Health Center free of charge with a current MMC identification card. Free services include diagnosis and treatment, follow-up and evaluation, blood-drawing, health education, writing prescriptions and referrals. Lab work, prescriptions and some immunizations, such as the MMR Vaccines, have fees associated. These fees may be charged back to the student’s health insurance company. The Center is staffed by a physician assistant and a medical assistant.
Students may call the Health Center at 212-759-5870 to make an appointment, or walk in during hours of operation.
After hours, for urgent medical issues, students can call the Mount Sinai Beth Israel physicians triage on-call number: 212-420-2882.
Dow Zanghi is now offering Flu Shots for $20 to ALL MMC students. No appointment needed. Click here for more information.
Meet the Staff
Medical Assistant Certification, Sanford Brown Institute, 06
Nicole Barry is currently the medical assistant at the Dow Zanghi Student Health center. She graduated with her certification in medical assisting in 2006 from Sanford Brown Institute and completed her externship at Beth Israel’s Phillips Ambulatory Care Center. Ms. Barry has worked at Baruch College Student Health Center as well from 2007-2010 and is currently completing an A.S. in Liberal Arts & Science in preparation for becoming a Registered Nurse in the future.
Valine Dieudonne Puntiel is currently the Physician Assistant at the Dow Zanghi Student Health Center. Valine graduated from St. John’s University in 2008 with a BS and Certification in Physician Assistant Studies. She has experience working in Pediatric Primary Care, Cardiac Catheterization & Electrophysiology, OBGYN and Occupational Health.