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New York City & Westchester County

Manhattan: (212) 288-9910    Westchester: (914) 684-1000


Manhattan Office - 994 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028. Phone: 212-288-9910

Dr. Narins can see any consultation in our Manhattan office. Most procedures except for liposuction and ambulatory phlebectomy can be performed at the Manhattan office. Procedures that cannot be performed at the Manhattan office are performed at the White Plains office operating suite.

White Plains Office - 222 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, NY 10604. Phone: 914-684-1000

Near Westchester Airport and the Westchester shopping mall. HANDICAP PARKING IS IN THE REAR, WE ARE ON THE THIRD FLOOR

All procedures including liposuction and ambulatory phlebectomy procedures are performed in our AAAASF accredited surgical suites at the White Plains office in Westchester County. Our Westchester office can be easily reached by plane, train, bus and car. This is 35 minutes from New York City.

FROM THE NORTHWEST: Take Thruway South, over Tappan Zee Bridge. Second exit after the toll booth, Exit 8, I-287 East. Exit 8E, Westchester Ave. Follow Westchester Ave. to William E. Butcher Bridge, make a left. Go to Westchester Ave. West and make a left. We are on the right, 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM THE NORTH: Take Taconic State Parkway South onto the Sprain Brook Parkway. It is a direct ride from one parkway to the other. Once on the Sprain Brook Parkway it is approximately 4.3 miles to I-287 East. It is a left lane exit. Get onto I-287 East to Exit 8E Westchester Ave. Follow Westchester Ave. to William E. Butcher Bridge, make left. Go to Westchester Ave. West and make a left. We are on the right, 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

ROUTE 684 SOUTH: Stay on 684 South until end and get on to Westchester Ave. going West. Follow Westchester Ave. until you come to 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM THE SOUTH: (NYC - Fastest Route) NYS Thruway, Saw Mill River Parkway, Bronx River Parkway to Cross County Parkway East to Hutchinson River Parkway North to 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM THE SOUTH: (All Others) NYS Thruway, Sprain Brook or Saw Mill Parkway north to Exit 8, I-287 East. Go to Exit 8E, Westchester Ave. Follow to the William E. Butcher Bridge, make left, go to Westchester Ave. West. Make left, follow to 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM I-95 to I-287 WEST: Follow to Exit 9N-S and get onto Westchester Ave. West. Follow to 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM SCARSDALE: Mamaroneck Ave. or Old Mamaroneck Road North to Bryant Avenue make right turn and cross over 287 and make left turn, to 222 Westchester Ave., Harrison Court.

FROM NEW YORK CITY: Take either

  • the Henry Hudson -> Saw Mill River Parkway Exit #4
  • or the Major Deegan -> NYS Thruway Exit #4
  • or the Bronx River Parkway

to the Cross County Parkway East. Stay to the left on the Cross County Parkway. The Cross County Parkway splits near exit 9. Stay to the left and follow sign to Cross County Parkway North (Hutchinson River Parkway North - Merritt Parkway). Go to Exit 26W. Sign will say "287 W, White Plains." Stay on Service Road (Westchester Avenue). Go 1.8 miles. At 1.5 miles you will pass the Wm. L. Butcher Bridge. The office is the second driveway on the right past the bridge. The sign says "220-222-224-226." Our building is at the end of the driveway (222 Westchester Avenue). Free parking is available both in front and back of the building. Wheel chair access is from the entrance in back of the building. We are in Suite 300.

If you have a GPS in the car, enter "West Harrison" as the city, not "White Plains". If you enter "White Plains" most GPS systems will bring you to an empty lot about a mile from the office.

MapQuest will work with "White Plains"

Google Maps will not work


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