General Health

Coronavirus: What to do?!

Coronavirus is all over the news. Naturally, many of our members are worried—and the Sollis Health team is here to help, 24/7, with any questions or concerns. Our staff is monitoring the situation closely, working with the local department of public health and taking guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO.)

This is a fast-evolving situation, but for now—don’t panic! The risk in New York remains very low. If you do have symptoms that concern you, please call us and/or your primary care doctor before walking in. The same goes if you have been traveling, or if you think you may have come into contact with COVID-19 locally: Call first.

Sollis Health is also here to help if you have travels planned. As The New York Times reported, Sollis staff is on-hand to assist members in preparing for the safest journeys possible. If you are interested in a Sollis Health membership, please inquire for more information here.

Fretting about coronavirus won’t slow its spread. Here’s what will: Taking simple precautions in order to protect yourself and your family and minimize the spread of germs.

The COVID-19 to-do list:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. 
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Know the facts about face masks.
    • People who are well gain very little benefit from wearing a face mask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
    • People who show symptoms of COVID-19 should use face masks to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. 
    • The appropriate use of “N95” face masks is crucial for health workers and caregivers (at home or in a healthcare facility) caring for ill patients.

Finally, you can keep yourself informed about the latest developments regarding COVID-19 by visiting the New York State Department of Health website.

Stay healthy!


You and your family will never wait more than 15 minutes to see a medical professional, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We will already have your medical history on file, and we’ll know exactly who you are when you walk in the door.

Quality of Care

We ensure the best possible medical experience, avoiding long ER wait times without compromising on quality. Our members have access to an excellent staff and hand-picked network of the city’s best specialists, and our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the most advanced imaging technology in the world, including MRI, CAT and X-ray scans.


We will work closely with your existing physician to understand your health needs from the moment you sign up, and your doctor will be informed and involved when urgent situations arise.


Membership is limited and by referral only to ensure that every patient gets the quality of care they deserve in a quiet, comfortable environment.

Dr. Bernard Kruger, MD - Founder

Board Certified in Oncology and Internal Medicine, Dr. Kruger has been serving the needs of his patients for over thirty years from his office on the Upper East Side. As one of the pioneers of concierge medicine, Dr. Kruger is tireless in his attention to the needs of his individual patients.

Dr. Douglas Kaiden, MD - Medical Director

Board certified in emergency medicine, Dr. Kaiden has practiced since 1995 in the best ERs in New York, including Beth Israel, Mount Sinai, St. Vincent’s & NY Presbyterian / Cornell.  He has run a network of urgent care centers in the city and was Supervising Medical Physician for the US Open.  Dr. Kaiden studied at Cornell and Albert Einstein, with a residency at St. Luke’s / Roosevelt.

What We Treat: Above the Shoulders

• Allergies
• Dental pain, infection or injury
• Ear infections
• Epistaxis (nosebleeds)
• Eye infections and eye injuries
• Foreign bodies
• Headaches and migraines
• Neck pain
• Mild concussions or sports related injuries • Mononucleosis (mono)
• Rashes
• Sinus infections
• Sore throat
• Tooth pain

What We Treat: In the Belly

• Abdominal pain
• Acid reflux
• Bladder infection • Constipation
• Diarrhea
• Food poisoning
• Heartburn
• Kidney stones
• Stomach flu
• Vomiting

What We Treat: In the Chest Area

• Asthma
• Bronchitis
• Chest injuries • Colds
• Pneumonia

What We Treat: The Body in General

• Bites and stings
• Broken bones
• Burns
• Cuts, scrapes and bruises
• Dehydration
• Flu
• Female complaints
• Hemorrhoids,
• Muscle tears, aches or cramps
• Rashes and skin allergies
• Sexual concerns
• Skin infections (MRSA)
• Skin punctures or laceration
• Sprains, strains and dislocations
• Sunburn
• Urinary issues