Dr. Miller opens office in 3 Hospital Plaza, Suite 203, Raritan Bay – Old Bridge Old Bridge, NJ, February 10, 2017… Raritan Bay Medical Center, a member of the Hackensack Meridian Health family, recently welcomed Jessica S. Miller, M.D., FABPMR, to its medical staff. Dr. Miller, board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, opened an […]
Don’t Take Your Eyes for Granted By: Cristin Subramaniam, M.D. Low vision is uncorrectable vision loss that interferes with daily activities. There are currently 3 million Americans ages 40 and older who have low vision. By 2030, when the last baby boomers turn 65, the number of Americans who have low vision is projected to […]
Appreciate Thy Heart with a Healthy Diet By: Jennifer Seleem, MS, RDN The all mighty heart! The heart beats around 100,000 times a day, 36,500,000 times a year. Beating tirelessly every day to keep nutrient and oxygen rich blood circulating to the top of our heads, down to our toes. Beating around the clock to […]
Aspirin and Your Heart: Should You or Shouldn’t You? By: Aaron C. Van Hise, D.O. February is American Heart Month, and we are proud to celebrate that month with our patients, staff, and the communities we serve. There are many ways to care for your heart, including diet and exercise, but one of questions that […]
A Woman’s Guide to Beating Heart Disease. What You Can Do Right Now! By Eric J. Uhrik, D.O. Heart disease has always been dismissed as an older man’s disease. That’s why The American Heart Association created Go Red For Women in order to dispel the misconceptions and raise awareness of heart disease and stroke as the […]
By: Dragana Jokic, M.D. Even before conception, untreated thyroid conditions can hinder a woman’s ability to become pregnant or can lead to miscarriage. Fortunately, most thyroid problems that affect pregnancy are easily treated. The difficulty lies in recognizing a thyroid problem during a time when some of the chief complaints; fatigue and constipation – signs […]
A Simple Supplement Can Prevent Serious Birth Defects By: Steven Berkman, M.D. Each year we observe Folic Acid Awareness Week in January as part of National Birth Defects Prevention Month. Start the New Year off right by taking a multivitamin with 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid every day. Your body uses folic acid to […]
Five Ways Your Life Will Change After Weight Loss Surgery By: Ayotunde Adeyeri, M.D., FASMBS After undergoing bariatric surgery, most patients begin losing weight at a rapid pace. Whether you have the gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or change your lap band to another bariatric solution, your body is going to change inside and out. […]
Protect Your Family from Unseen Danger By: Scott Skrivanek Some of the greatest dangers around your home may be unseen, such as gas leaks, carbon monoxide and radon. But avoiding these unseen dangers and alerting your family to danger can be as simple as checking your appliances regularly and purchasing a few affordable alarms. Leaking […]
PERTH AMBOY, NJ, January 10, 2017… Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation received a $1,500 donation over the holidays from the Middlesex County Association of Chiefs of Police. Pictured, from left, at the check presentation held in the Raritan Bay Medical Center – Perth Amboy lobby is Chief John J. Zebrowski, (Sayreville PD); Captain Jack Fitzsimmons […]
With locations in Perth Amboy and Old Bridge, New Jersey, Raritan Bay Medical Center delivers critical world-class healthcare services care to Monmouth and Middlesex County residents. As providers of first-class healthcare in the areas of stroke, cardiology, cancer, physical rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, pediatric medicine, Raritan Bay Medical Center continues to stay on the forefront of medicine.
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