Saint Peter’s University Hospital Family Health Center

123 How Lane
New Brunswick NJ 08901
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732-745-6642

Saint Peter's Family Health Center in New Brunswick, offers primary and preventive health care for children and adults, with over 46,000 visits annually.

Adult Faculty Practice
Each year, more than 12,000 patients, aged 18 and above, visit the adult medicine division of the Family Health Center for their primary healthcare needs. Our patients have access to the wide variety of medical specialty services offered at Saint Peter’s University Hospital, including gastroenterology, nephrology, ophthalmology, podiatry, wound care, surgery and more.

Louis S. Damiano Pediatric Health Center
The Pediatric Faculty Group practice provides more than 19,000 visits for children up to the age of 18 every year, providing vaccinations and primary and well care.
 
For Keeps Program
Saint Peter’s University Hospital's For KEEPS program (Kids Embraced and Empowered through Psychological Services) is a short term acute partial-hospitalization state of the art unit. This program is licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. The For KEEPS program has been recommended to “be a model for children’s partial hospital programs statewide."

Women's Ambulatory Health Services
Women’s Ambulatory Care Services, located at Saint Peter’s Family Health Center in New Brunswick, offers obstetrical and gynecological care to women from primarily low-income (charity care and Medicaid), underserved communities. Comprehensive obstetrical care (prenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care) is provided by board certified obstetricians in Saint Peter’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Services include nutritional counseling, ultrasound surveillance of fetal growth and development, and co-management with or referral to the Maternal Fetal-Medicine Division for risk factors that may develop during the pregnancy. These patients account for approximately 1,500 deliveries per year, in addition to 15,000 obstetrical outpatient visits per year and 3,860 gynecologic outpatient visits per year.

Dorothy B. Hersh Child Protection Center
A state-designated child protection center, Saint Peter's Dorothy B. Hersh Regional Child Protection Center (CPC) serves seven counties in central New Jersey. The Child Protection Center provides crisis intervention, child abuse assessments and referrals to community resources.

The Diabetes and Hypertension Center
Saint Peter’s University Hospital operates a patient-centered medical home within the Family Health Center that serves adults 18 years of age and older and non-pregnant women who have been diagnosed with diabetes and hypertension and have no insurance or are underinsured. 

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