Saranac Lake Office
Redfield Medical Office Building
2249 State Route 86, Suite 3
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
Tupper Lake Office
7 Stetson Road
Tupper Lake, NY 12986
Hours: Vary depending on physician's schedule
19 May 2020
AIM&P, P.C. Welcomes New Physician!
Sarah M. Thompson, MD Board Certification: American Board of Family Medicine Dr. Thompson has lived and practiced in the Adirondacks since 2015. She received her MD from St. George’s University and completed her residency in Family Medicine at NYU-Langone Brooklyn. Dr. Thompson resides in Lake Placid with her husband Curtis, two young children and their pug. They make frequent trips across ...
23 April 2020
We’re open and here to meet the needs of our patients during these uncertain times. Our physicians are providing Telehealth visits along with limited in office appointments. Please call our office to schedule a Telehealth visit or with any questions or concerns. ...
13 March 2020
For Information Regarding COVID-19
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Our physicians are concerned about the virus and its impact on our patients, staff and the community. If you are experiencing symptoms PLEASE CALL our office or the Public Health Department to speak with a nurse who can determine if testing is indicated. Please do not present to our office, the emergency room or urgent care without calling ahead.Our physicia...
5 March 2020
AIM&P, P.C. to Join HHHN
Adirondack Internal Medicine & Pediatrics has some exciting news to share. After forty-three years in private practice, we are very pleased to announce that we are joining the Hudson Headwaters Health Network (HHHN). HHHN is a nonprofit system of 19 community-based health centers located throughout the Adirondack North Country and Glens Falls region. As a patient, very little will change re...
31 March 2019
Tick Bites Most tick bites are harmless and don’t need medical treatment. But some ticks (like the deer tick, wood tick, and others) can carry harmful germs that cause diseases like Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease. The deer tick is tiny, no larger than a pencil point. Other ticks are larger and easier to find on the skin. How Do I Remove A Tick? It's important to remove a tick...
30 March 2019
Allergy Season is Almost Here
Controlling Your Triggers: Allergens For many people with lung problems such as asthma or COPD, inhaling allergens leads to inflamed airways. Allergens also cause symptoms of nasal allergies. Do your best to avoid allergens that trigger symptoms. The tips below reduce your exposure to allergens. You don’t have to try all the tips at once. Check off a few from the lists below, and start with thos...