Infectious Diseases

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Dr. Daley and Dr. GoldbergThe Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist works closely with the primary care provider to assist in the management of children with difficult to treat or unusual illnesses such as meningitis, pneumonia, and recurrent fevers. The specialist also provides primary and consultative services to children affected by such disorders as HIV, Cystic Fibrosis, and Tuberculosis. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist is also available to assist those with concerns related to travel medicine and foreign adoption.

Programs & Services

  • Travel Medicine
  • HIV Care
  • Lyme Disease Referral Center
  • International Adoption Evaluation


For additional information, please contact us:

David Goldberg, MD, Chief

Helen Kest, MD

Michael Lamacchia, MD

Appointment: 973.754.2425

Referral/Fax: 973.754.2741


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First established in 1974, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital was one of the first regional NICUs in New Jersey. Over the years, nearly 25,000 babies have received an excellent start in life from the experienced neonatal professionals who care for them.



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The Division of Nephrology/Dialysis of St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital is the largest hospital-based dialysis center in the region with a total of 94 inpatient and outpatient treatment stations in two convenient locations. The dialysis team consists of Board-certified Pediatric Nephrologists, trained dialysis nurses, social workers and nutritionists.



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In the Division of Neurology at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital, Board-certified Pediatric Neurologists are available to evaluate children suffering from a wide variety of neurological disorders such as:

  • Seizures
  • Headache disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
  • Autism
  • Developmental delays


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Eye ChartThe Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital has Board-certified Pediatric Ophthalmologists who provide specialty and general eye care to pediatric patients. Children who have been treated at St. Joseph's Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric Intensive Care (PICU) Units often require specialty care for eye problems related to prematurity, such as retinopathy or strabismus. Specialty care is also often necessary for eye problems stemming from trauma or infections.


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