AFC Urgent Care of Long Island names Dr. Victor Politi new medical director

AFC Urgent Care of Long Island names Dr. Victor Politi new medical director
Dr. Victor Politi, Decorated Physician, Named New Medical Director of AFC Urgent Care Long Island (Courtesy of AFC Urgent Care)

American Family Care, the nation’s leading provider of urgent care and largest privately owned operator of urgent care and accessible primary care facilities in the United States, recently named Dr. Victor Politi, medical director of AFC Urgent Care Long Island.

Politi will spearhead AFC’s growth efforts across Long Island and will oversee healthcare services at all AFC Urgent Care centers. 

“I am honored to join American Family Care and work alongside a tremendous team of dedicated healthcare professionals,” said Politi. “AFC is one of the region’s leading urgent care providers and I will work to advance and uphold the brand across Long Island, providing quality care and efficient medical attention.” 

As a seasoned administrative leader with both long-term and broad-based knowledge of the healthcare industry, Politi was previously president and chief executive officer of Nassau Health Care Corporation, dba NuHealth.

NuHealth is a public benefit corporation, which operates Nassau County’s only public hospital. 

Politi also served as the chairman of the executive committee of the NQP DSRIP PPS. Here, he organized the formation of and led Nassau County’s DSRIP Performing Provider System which is the fourth largest PPS in New York State and includes all Nassau County hospitals and two Queens County hospitals, affecting over 450,000 Medicaid lives and generating $550 million in grant funding.  

Currently, Politi holds various executive positions in the healthcare and medical industry. He is the medical director of the Physician Assistant Program at Touro University and medical director of the School of Allied Health Professions at St. John’s University. 

AFC Urgent Care of Long Island is dedicated to providing patients with immediate care and addressing their health needs. Patients are seen in an expedient manner for acute illnesses and trauma (including minor surgical procedures) with minimal wait times. Health care services are covered by most insurances, including Medicare, and are provided at a fraction of the cost as compared to an emergency room or hospital visit.  

AFC Urgent Care of Long Island has four full-service urgent care centers with locations in East Meadow, Farmingdale, West Islip, and Patchogue. For more information, visit their website

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