The health of our patients, physicians, staff, and visitors is our top priority. We are actively taking screening measures to protect our staff and patients from exposure according to CDC recommendations. Please click here for more details on the signs and symptoms of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.
If you are experiencing Coronavirus symptoms and have traveled to China, Iran, Italy, Japan or South Korea within the past 30 days, please contact your primary care physician. Click here to review the CDC recommendations. Additionally, you may want to contact your local health department. Please click here for a listing of your local health departments.
If you have an upcoming appointment and have concerns that you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, please call us at (609) 581-5900 or (732) 286-6644 to reschedule your appointment.
As always, the physicians and staff of UUANJ are here to help you. Considering Governor Murphy’s Executive order 107 and 109, we will do our best to help our patients “stay at home”. Our internal response team included Health and IT professionals and has developed a telemedicine option to help treat our patients.
Per the latest developments and the relaxation of geographical limitations, we are now offering Telehealth/Telemedicine visits to our patients. You can now have a virtual visit with one of our providers from the safety of your own home.
We are availble to see emergency patients including cancer, active bleeding, UTI and kidney stone patients to help reduce the burden on the emergency rooms and urgent care centers.
Please note the following:
Social distancing has been proven to help reduce the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and reduce the burden on our healthcare system.
We are working to #flattenthecurve to help reduce the spread of COVID-19