Meet Dr. Tamara Moise, D.O., at Big Apple Medical Urgent Care in Brooklyn NY
Dr. Tamara Moise is the lead physician and co-founder of Big Apple Medical Urgent Care. For more information, contact us today or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 3805 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203.
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What is the educational background of Dr. Tamara Moise, DO?
What did Dr. Tamara Moise, DO, do to raise awareness on healthcare issues?
What was Dr. Tamara’s vision of establishing Big Apple Medical Urgent Care?
What other expertise does Dr. Tamara have?
What are the achievements of Dr. Tamara Moise, D.O?
Does Dr. Tamara Moise accept any insurance plans?
Is Dr. Tamara Moise accepting new patients?
What do patients say about Dr. Tamara Moise?
Can I make an appointment online with Dr. Tamara Moise?
Dr. Moise was born and raised in New York and received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Virginia. She obtained her medical degree from the Rowan-Virtua School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her emergency medicine residency in 2009 at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey. She has most recently worked as an attending emergency physician at Lutheran Medical Center (now NYU Langone Hospital – Brooklyn) and Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn.
Tamara Moise is the lead physician and co-founder of Big Apple Urgent Care. A passionate advocate for ensuring underserved communities have access to high-quality healthcare, Dr. Moise has appeared on NBC 4 News NY, Fox 5 News NY, News 12 Brooklyn, SiriusXM, and more to raise awareness on this and other critical healthcare issues.
Dr. Moise co-founded Big Apple with the vision of providing medical services tailored to the diversity of New York City. As the daughter of Haitian immigrants, she is particularly aware of the needs of patients in underserved and immigrant communities and she is passionate about serving those communities. Her passion extends globally, as she has done medical volunteer work in Guatemala and Haiti.
Dr. Moise also enjoys serving the local community through presentations and workshops on health and wellness. She was the keynote speaker at the 2018 Caribbean Health Summit in Brooklyn, as well as a special guest speaker at the 2019 Women’s Wellness Brunch in Rahway, New Jersey. She also conducts healthcare workshops at local senior centers on topics such as hypertension, diabetes, and healthy lifestyle habits.
Dr. Moise was recently honored as a part of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter’s #beygood “This is Black History” campaign, which recognized pioneering black business leaders, artists, activists, and changemakers. She also received the Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams’ 2020 Seventh Annual Black History Month Celebration Award for proving to be a courageous leader and a worthy role model for up-and-coming entrepreneurs, educators, artists, and professionals. Because of her ongoing efforts and commitment, Dr. Moise received the 92Y Extraordinary Women Award 2020, and a scholarship by the 92Y Organization was created in her name in 2021: The Tamara Moise Scholarship for Senior Adults. She also got the City Council Citation given by NYC Council Member Mercedes Narcisse and the Women of Distinction Award given by State Senator Kevin Parker: honored for giving exemplary service to the community, both given in 2023 and she received the New York State Assembly Citation and with the ANS Association Empowerment Network Group in 2023.
Yes, most major insurances are accepted by Dr. Tamara Moise at Big Apple Medical Urgent Care.
Yes, Dr. Tamara Moise accepts new patients. Contact us for more information.
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American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Physicians
Urgent Care Association of America
American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians.
Fluent in English and Haitian Creole, conversant in medical Spanish