Nightingale Wellness Gail Ingram NP Primary Care  Manhattan NYC New York City Chelsea Nurse Practitioner PCP GP Adult Health

Adult Health - Primary Care

West 24th Street near 9th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan, NYC, New York

Nightingale Wellness is a boutique primary care practice where listening, empathy, and respect are as important as the correct diagnosis. We dedicate time to learn about our patients and create treatment plans using evidence-based guidelines and safe integrative wellness strategies. Gail Ingram is a Nurse Practitioner who provides relationship-based, trauma-informed, non-judgemental care. Non-traditional evening and weekend hours, house calls, group appointments, and telemedicine make access to care easier for busy New Yorkers.


Lab Work

Collected by a caring pro who knows you don't like needles. We use Labcorp for processing.


Established patients appreciate virtual appointments when they are sick in bed or stuck at the office.


Gail Ingram NP is a registered practitioner of the Medical Marijuana Program in the State of New York.


Vitamin C and glutathione IV infusions, basic Botox and Restylane, and prescription treatment for mild acne. 


Analyzing your cardiac rhythm helps keep you safe while taking medication for concentration or weight loss.


This DNA swab test can help determine which psychotropic medications will work best for you. 

Tech Savvy

iPad check-in, electronic medical record, and patient portal help keep your records up to date and easy to access.

IV Treatments

Your custom treatment is prescribed on-site, mixed in front of you, fresh, and free from contamination. We don't use mass-produced, pre-mixed nutrient bags. 

House Calls

We travel from the north end of Central Park to the southern tip of Manhattan for you.  

Small Groups

From guest speakers to exercise classes, get together with like-minded people to achieve your health goals.

Mental Health

Addressing underlying anxiety and depression is essential for good health. Let's find a treatment plan that works for you.   

Medication Refills

Text for complimentary refills between your scheduled face-to-face appointments.


Nightingale Wellness does not accept insurance but don't fret. Appointments are affordable and probably cost less than your last haircut or night out.  

Think of the cash payment as a high-level co-pay. You won't receive a scary "This is not a bill" notice and you won't have to haggle with your insurance company over network coverage.

To be clear, we aren't encouraging you to dump your insurance plan. Use it to pay for lab work, prescriptions, specialists, and hospital visits.

I have health insurance but I can't find anyone comprable to Gail who accepts it. Caring is priceless and she is worth every penny.

E. Carey

Patient since 2015


New patient initial visit $165
30 minute appointment $110
90 minute head-to-toe annual physical $330 
Blood collection for lab work $25
Administrative requests $50+
Telehealth encounters for established patients $85
30 minute house call in Manhattan $285
IV infusion $160 plus the cost of supplies and ingredients
Basic Botox and Restylane $220 plus the cost of supplies and product

The cost of additional supplies or specialized tests will be discussed prior to use. 

Nightingale payments are processed  at the time of service through Venmo (no fee), Zelle (no fee), or Square ($5 service fee).   

Gail Ingram


Gail Ingram MS, PC-AGNP

Living and working in Manhattan for over a decade, Gail Ingram understands the extremes of NYC life. She embraces the challenge to keep her fellow New Yorkers mentally and physically healthy in the most stressful city that never sleeps. She believes in meeting people where they are and uses integrative strategies with an emphasis on prevention. 

Gail Ingram is an accomplished nurse practitioner with over 15 years of healthcare experience ranging from office, hospital, and home-based care. She graduated with a Master's of Science from New York University where she received the prestigious President’s Service Award. She has appeared on Fox 5 News, ABC 7 News, and Good Day New York as a health advocate and she volunteers for the NYC Medical Reserve Corp. She shares health information through her website,
NP Ingram is a thoughtful, open, and straightforward practitioner. She aims to be transparent, consistent, and accessible. When not treating patients, you'll find her in coveralls shopping for hardware, art supplies, fabric, or second-hand fashion in Manhattan. She is a maker and a fixer of all things.

"If it hasn't happened to me, it's happened to someone I care about. I understand where you're coming from and we are all in this together.

                                  -Gail Ingram NP


All patient testimonials are verified and authenticated by a third party.  To read more, click the link below.

"You rarely find someone who is so willing to listen, take the time to go through all your options, and make sure you feel comfortable, safe and satisfied with the care you are getting. Cannot recommend her enough." 
August 24, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


"...I really appreciate that meeting with her felt more like a conversation than an assessment. I also really appreciate that it didn't feel she was talking down to me, like I've felt with most doctors. She took the time to explain everything to me, and I like that she explained things to me without making me feel incompetent, like doctors tend to do... I love that I'm not sitting on tissue paper in a freezing cold room while talking to my doctor. Instead I'm sitting in her office talking to her, and that makes it feel much more relaxing, much more pleasant, and much more personal." 
More than 1 year ago. Source: Zocdoc.


"Gail is great! I've seen Gail for both my asthma and lower back pain on separate occasions. She is very attentive, helpful and professional. I would/do highly recommend her!" 
March 2, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


"...I have a phobia of blood and fear of needles. She made sure I was comfortable and kept me relaxed through the whole process..." 
December 28, 2015. Source: Zocdoc.


"Gail Ingram, NP may be the best primary care provider I've ever been to. She is knowledgeable, considerate, exceptionally thorough, and actually spends time with you to understand and address your medical issues... Plus, she has a personality--how many NPs do you know that drove an El Camino? Highly recommended." 
February 7, 2017. Source: Zocdoc.


"...She is a great listener and a brilliant NP. She was so helpful with anything I asked about. I feel so relieved to have a trusted professional who truly cares about my health. I enjoyed my appointment with Gail and I never thought I'd say that about a physical!"
February 19, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


"Overall she's a Jack of All Trades. I highly recommended her." 
More than 1 year ago. Source: Zocdoc.


"Gail Ingram is the most thorough and patient medical professional I have ever visited! She has excellent genuine bedside manner and is extremely helpful in offering recommendations for other specialists." 
January 29, 2017. Source: Zocdoc.


"...Gail is spectacular. She is direct and to the point and super laid back and easy to talk to. I will recommend her to all of my friends." 
March 16, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


"She was better than any doctor I've ever seen!" 
April 15, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


"Gail has a wonderful ability to establish a good rapport with her patients. All of my concerns were addressed quickly and responded to with options that were most suitable for me." 
January 29, 2016. Source: Zocdoc.


What is a Nurse Practitioner?
Nurse Practitioners (or NPs) are registered nurses who hold graduate degrees and can diagnose, treat, and prescribe for patients in different areas of healthcare depending on their education, experience, and location.  

What is the difference between a Physician and a Nurse Practitioner?
Nurse Practitioners are trained using a different approach, called the Nursing Model, when caring for patients. The Nursing Model prepares practitioners to partner with their patients and create an achievable holistic treatment plan. 

Does a Nurse Practitioner work under a Medical Doctor?
That depends on the state where you live. In New York, legislation allows Nurse Practitioners to care for their own patients after working 3,600 hours under the supervision of a Physician. Nightingale Wellness maintains relationships with Medical Doctors who are available if needed.

What illnesses are treated at Nightingale Wellness?
Common illnesses include cold and flu symptoms, allergies, cough, asthma, sore throat, ear ache, back pain, joint pain, injuries, heartburn, constipation, gastrointestinal problems, food poisoning, insect bites and stings, skin problems, ADHD, depression, anxiety, fatigue, headache, vertigo, bladder infections, sexually transmitted infections, nail fungus, pink eye, and so much more.  We remove sutures and staples; flush ear wax; prescribe birth control; prepare you for travel; remove warts, test for Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses, help with smoking cessation; provide Truvada (PrEP) management; refill prescriptions; and then some.

My doctor is great but I can't get an appointment. Can I see both of you?
Yes! We can work as a team with your MD. Continue the complex care plan you have established with your favorite Physician and come to us for the day-to-day stuff. 

Why not go to an urgent care or chain clinic that takes my insurance?
While urgent care or walk-in clinics are easy to access, they are not designed to provide long term support. A relationship with a primary care provider can help you achieve health-related milestones and minimize the stress of making important health decisions.

What should I call Nurse Practitioner Gail Ingram? 
"Gail" is fine.  But if you want to get fancy, please use the title "Nurse Practitioner" or "NP" instead of "Nurse," "Nurse Gail," or "Doctor."


Visit the website where nurses, including Gail Ingram NP, blog about health and wellness.  Real nurses, real issues, real advice. 


Nightingale Wellness

Appointments in the Chelsea office are offered Sundays and Mondays.  House calls and telehealth are available other days of the week. 

In the London Terrace building.
West 24th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues
(on the south side of 24th, closer to 9th Avenue)
in Chelsea, Manhattan, NYC