Minimally Invasive Surgery For Women – Part 2

Source: Central Jersey.com PART ONE Many women delay seeking treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding, tolerating it in order to focus on taking care of their families and their careers first. Moreover, many believe they aren’t candidates for laparoscopic or robotic-assisted surgery. So they continue to suffer — sometimes for years. While some women opt to […]

Adler Aphasia Center Welcomes New President And CEO

Source: AdlerAphasiaCener.org Naomi Gewirtz, of River Edge, NJ, recently joined the Adler Aphasia Center as their new President and CEO. Gewirtz has spent the past two decades working in the non-profit sector for national organizations including The Young Survival Coalition and The Union for Reform Judaism, as well as organizations focused in Northern New Jersey […]

Coronavirus NJ: Hospitals Say They’re Safe as People Continue to Avoid Emergency Rooms

Source: nj1015.com When the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, elective surgeries in New Jersey were halted and everybody was told to call ahead if they were heading to a hospital emergency room. As coronavirus cases dropped dramatically in May, the ban on elective surgeries was lifted and now New Jersey is considered to be one […]

Free Naloxone Coming To Gloucester County Pharmacies; Child Abuse/Neglect Helpline

Sources: New Jersey Patch W. Deptford; NJ Dept. Children & Families The opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone (commonly called Narcan) will be available for free to residents without a prescription at participating pharmacies throughout Gloucester County from Sept. 24-26 as part of a statewide effort to combat the opioid crisis. The New Jersey Department of […]