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New Jersey Residents Who Are Current/Former Patients at Tomorrow’s Medicine in New York Encouraged to Get Tested for Hepatitis and HIV

The New York State Department of Health is advising current and former patients who received intravenous infusions, injections or blood draws at Tomorrow Medicine’s two Westchester County locations to get tested for hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which is spread through exposure to blood. 

Tomorrow’s Medicine is at the center of a hepatitis C investigation being conducted by the New York State Department of Health and the Westchester County Department of Health. Four patients from the practice with HCV were identified during an ongoing investigation. The investigation revealed that some patients might have become infected with HCV due to lapses of infection control and concerns regarding the preservation, preparation, handling and administration of medication. The practice’s patient list includes residents from multiple states, including New Jersey. The medical license of Tomorrow’s Medicine owner, Dr. Timothy Morley, has been suspended and he has been ordered to stop practicing medicine, pending a formal hearing, by the New York Health Commissioner.

Tomorrow’s Medicine has two locations:

  • 37 Moore Avenue, #3, Mount Kisco, NY
  • 1133 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, NY

Patients should also be tested if they received services at a previous medical practice known as Advanced Medicine of Mount Kisco.

Individuals who are current or former patients of Tomorrow’s Medicine and received intravenous infusions, injections or blood draws are recommended to contact their health care provider to get tested. Testing is also available at no cost for patients through the Westchester County Department of Health (NY) by calling (914) 995-7499 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Representatives from the New York State Department of Health are available to answer questions at 1-888-364-4902, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Last Reviewed: 9/18/2017