Important Information for My Patients of Clifton Park Family Medicine
With the retirement of my colleague Dr. Shelley Justa, Clifton Park Family Medicine has arranged to consolidate with our neighboring CCP family practice in Clifton Park. Effective January 9, our office will become a part of Community Care Family Medicine (CCFM) and remain in its current location.
While I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here in Clifton Park, I will be relocating to another primary care practice in Community Care Physicians (CCP), Schodack Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, as of January 2nd. I would be happy to continue to care for you at my new practice – the address is 35 Empire State Boulevard, Castleton-On-Hudson, NY 12033, located at Exit 10, off of I-90, in the Corporate Capital Campus. Schodack Internal Medicine and Pediatrics cares for patients of all ages. If the Schodack practice is an inconvenient location for you, you can remain with the practice in Clifton Park, and you will not need to transfer care or do anything further.
I have sent a communication to all of my patients via mail and email. Please view a copy of the communication here. If you need an appointment with me before January 2nd, please continue to contact Clifton Park Family Medicine. For appointments after January 9th please either call my new office in Schodack at (518) 477-2167 or call CCFM at (518) 371-9355 to establish with a new primary care provider in Clifton Park at Community Care Family Medicine. Whichever office you choose, as practices of CCP, you will not need to transfer records. I am confident you will continue to receive the care and service you deserve at any Community Care location you choose.
Nichole La Marque is an NYS registered physician assistant certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the NYS Society of Physician Assistants. Nichole received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. She began her studies at The State University of New York at Albany in Albany, NY, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in biology. Nichole has experience and interest in urgent care, emergency medicine, disease prevention, and women’s health.
Nichole decided to pursue medicine after taking science classes at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury, NY, where she fell in love with biology and medicine. She chose to pursue a physician assistant degree after learning more about the profession from classmates and being involved with the New York Society of Physician Assistants. Nichole believes communication is a critical factor when providing care. Nichole also finds it essential to allow patients time to process the information given and then ask them to relay it back.
Nichole grew up locally in Glens Falls, NY. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.