Caring for the Health and Wellness of our Community



Office Location

200 Pantigo Place, Suite I
East Hampton, NY 11937
Phone: 631-324-9200
Fax: 631-329-8291


Hours of Operation

*Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:   8am-5pm
*Wednesday:   9am-5pm
*Saturday:   9am-2pm                                                                    


Patient Services

  • Medical care for all ages, from pediatrics to geriatrics
  • Walk-in and Urgent medical care
  • Preventive and wellness care
  • Women's health
  • House calls
  • Onsite coumadin/anticoagulation testing and management
  • Tick borne disease diagnosis and treatment
  • Lacerations and fractures
  • Vaccines

 

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"I believe that Family Practice is the only truly holistic medical approach to health and wellness. It gives me the unique opportunity to assess every facet of my patients’ lives.  Where you live, what you do, how you eat and exercise, where you and your ancestors came from, as well as your exposure to the environment can provide the important clues that help me care for you.  An office visit to a Family Practitioner should do more than just address a particular problem.

I am always working to understand you better, with a long-term plan for your health.  It’s medicine the way it used to be with today's knowledge and technology."

George P. Dempsey M.D.
Medical Director
East Hampton Family Medicine


Insurance Plans Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Affinity
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield NY
  • Core Source
  • Cigna
  • HealthPlus AmeriGroup
  • Medicare
  • Meritain
  • MVP
  • Oxford
  • The Empire Government Plan/NYSHIP
  • United Health Care
  • United Health Care Community Plan
  • UMR

Are you worried about Ticks and Lyme Disease!

Being bitten by a tick can be scary and confusing. At East Hampton Family Medicine, we're prepared to care for all of your tick and Lyme related concerns, and medical needs. If you think you've been bitten by a tick, or are feeling associated symptoms of a bite, contact us immediately to set up an appointment. 

Identification of ticks greatly helps with your diagnosis and treatment plan. If possible please bring the tick with you. Avoid putting adhesive tape on the tick. A small container or plastic bag is preferable.

For comprehensive information on ticks and tick removal, click here.