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  1. Primary Care current position
  2. General Pediatrics
  3. Hospitalists

Primary Care

Primary care pediatrics is provided to children, ages birth through 21 years of age, in our community.  A multidisciplinary team consists of Board-certified pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioner, pediatric nurses, social workers, and support staff. Well and sick pediatric care is provided. Referrals are made to pediatric subspecialist members of the children's hospital team as required.

 

Adolescent Medicine

The Division of Adolescent Medicine at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital emphasizes assessment of adolescent psychosocial development; their interaction with peers, teachers, and family members; and their ability to transition to adulthood. Special attention is given to prevention, health guidance, screenings, and immunizations.

Directed by pediatricians with special training in adolescent medicine, this service treats inpatients and outpatients between 13 and 21 years of age. The adolescent inpatient unit is decorated with the teen and young adult in mind. Outpatient services are delivered through St. Joseph's Children's Hospital.

Programs & Services

  • Ten-bed dedicated unit
  • After school office hours

 

For additional information, please contact us:

Appointments: 973.754.2523

Referral/Fax: 973.754.3013


Click on the following links for additional information about Adolescent Medicine:

Adolescent Health Working Group

The Society for Adolescent Medicine

Center for Young Women's Health

American Academy of Pediatrics

 

General Pediatrics

General Pediatrics

Primary care pediatrics is provided to children, ages birth through 21 years of age, in our community. A multidisciplinary team consists of Board-certified pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioner, pediatric nurses, social workers, and support staff. Well and sick pediatric care is provided. Referrals are made to pediatric subspecialist members of the children's hospital team as required.

Dad and Baby

Children are also referred from the City of Paterson for lead screenings.

We are the medical home for patients with special needs like Cerebral Palsy.


Locations:

  • Great Falls Pediatrics
  • Family Health Center

 

For additional information, please contact us:

Great Falls Pediatrics: 973.754.2575

Fax: 973.754.2579

 

Family Health Center: 973.754.4200

Fax: 973.754.4259

 

Great Falls Pediatrics

Albert Sanz, MD

Anne Hutcheon, MD

Helen Baluyot, MD

Angela Gunn, MD

Lorraine Schroers, RN, APN

 

Family Health Center

Manuel See, MD

Nandini Gadgil, MD

Mohammad Siddiqui, MD

 

Hospitalists

Dr. Lamacchia

Hospitalists

St. Joseph's Children's Hospital has a recognized hospitalist service. This service is staffed with Board-certified physicians, available at all times. The hospitalists work closely with community pediatricians and surgeons to provide continuous communication, evaluation and treatment of hospitalized patients.

 

This service is available to patients who do not have a primary care physician or for physicians who want the care of their patients to be performed by the hospitalist service.

For additional information, please contact us:

Mouna Haj Ibrahim, MD

Thomas Daley, MD

Michael Lamacchia, MD

Roger Tengson, MD

Silvia Blaustein, MD

Phone: 973.754.3809/2544

Fax: 973.754.2546

 

 

 

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