Welcome to our web site devoted to making your primary care accessible and convenient. Our philosophy is to treat each individual with the respect and dignity. As such, we strive to be available and accessible to meet all your medical needs and coordinate specialist referrals.

Conveniently located in Englewood, New Jersey, our office and staff are here to serve you. We like to think that we provide some of the highest quality of care in Bergen County.
You are now able to access your records on the web through our secure Patient Portal.

Communicate with your physicians online using the Patient Portal. Using a secure login, you will be able to communicate online with your doctor and will have 24/7 access to your personal medical history, prescriptions, and test results.

Please ask for your PIN so you can start using the Patient Portal now.
The Medicare Annual Wellness Visit is a new approach to healthcare focused on preventing and delaying the onset of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes so that you can live a healthier life.

If you have Medicare Part B, please see us about scheduling a Wellness Visit.
Get your FREE WELLNESS VISIT
Medicare is urging patients to take advantage of this exciting new benefit which includes the following:
Review your medical history, medications, certain diagnostic measurements (height, weight, blood pressure) and family history
Health Risk Assessment & Preventive Screening
Screening for problems with your cognitive thinking and reviewing your physical ability / level of safety
Receive a Personalized Preventive Health Plan
No Charge to you | No Co-pay | No Deductible
Our goal is to improve your health & reduce your risks of developing chronic disease

Stop by at the front desk or call today to schedule your appointment for a Wellness Visit.

You may download a copy below (available in both English and Spanish) and complete the form prior to your appointment.

* This is NOT a Physical Exam
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Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Test

Talk to your doctor whether or not to have the PSA test. The PSA test is a blood test to see if you might have prostate cancer and to monitor treatment. This is an important "shared decision making" between you and your doctor.
 
Low Back Pain: Should I Have an MRI?

Download a copy of the form to help you understand your choices. This is an important "shared decision making" between you and your doctor.
 
Want to Become a Member of our Patient Advisory Group?

An Advisory Group gives us an opportunity to hear from our patients about how we can be more patient-centered and better meet our patient's needs.

If interested in becoming a member...
• please call us at 201 567 3370 or
• send us a message via the Patient Portal

 
Do you need urgent care?

Our Doctors are available 24 HRS / 7 DAYS A WEEK.
Call us if you need urgent care! There are options before deciding to go to the Emergency Room (ER). The ER costs you more money and takes more of your time. Of course, call 911 or go to the ER for life threatening care.

Horizon Patients
are encouraged to go to Urgent Care centers.
   
Do you have a copy of the "Patient-Centered Medical Home Guidebook"?

There are different ways to get a copy.
• Click here to download a copy
• Stop by at the Front Desk
• Get a copy in the waiting area
• As a "New" patient, you will be given a
  copy when you check-in
   
 
 
Resource Calendar

Check out our Monthly Community Resource Calendar for events at local organizations and local hospital such as Englewood Hospital and Holy Name Medical Center.

Stop by at the front desk to get a copy or view the calendar and download a copy.


   
   
Do you need guidance on nutrition, diabetes, cholesterol, weight-related issues?

If so, we have two nutritionists in the office. As a courtesy to our patients, you can schedule an appointment if you need guidance on the following:
• nutritional guidance
• weight control
• cholesterol management
• diabetes management
 
August: National Immunization Awareness Month
 
All adults should get vaccines to protect their health. Even healthy adults can become seriously ill, and can pass certain illnesses on to others. Immunization is especially important to adults 60 years of age and older, and for those who have a chronic condition such as asthma, COPD, diabetes or heart disease.

Immunization is also important for anyone who is in close contact with the very young, the very old, people with weakened immune systems, and those who cannot be vaccinated. All adults should get:

Influenza (flu) vaccine: Each year to protect against the seasonal flu.

Td or Tdap: Every adult should get the Tdap vaccine once if they did not receive it as an adolescent to protect against pertussis (whooping cough), and then a Td (tetanus, diphtheria) booster shot every ten years.


Visit the CDC Resource Center to learn more »
Stop Smoking
 
It's Never Too Late to Quit Smoking!

If you or someone you know is thinking about quitting, click on the tools and resources below from Smokefree.gov »

Thinking About Quitting »
Preparing to Quit »
Quitting »
Sticking with Quitting »

Quitting smoking now improves your health and reduces your risk of heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking-related illnesses. See I'm Ready to Quit! for additional resources from the CDC.