Prueba gratis de COVID-19 de Zufall Health y Municipio de Franklin y el Condado de Somerset el miércoles 3 de junio de 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.en Franklin Township Middle School, el campus de Hamilton Street. Nuevos pacientes bienvenidos. Con seguro o sin seguro. Documentado o Indocumentado. Individuos necesitan llamar al 908-526-2335 antes del miércoles. Haga clic aquí para más información!
FREE COVID-19 Testing Clinic by Zufall Health, Franklin Township & Somerset County on Wednesday, June 3rd, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at Franklin Township Middle School’s Hamilton Street Campus. New patients are welcome as are the uninsured and insured, documented and undocumented. You must register by calling 908-526-2335 before June 3rd. Download the flyer for more information.
The third annual “Smiles for Our Heroes” veterans dental event took place on November 2-3, 2019 at Zufall Health in Dover, NJ. A partnership between Zufall Health, Delta Dental of New Jersey, Delta Dental of New Jersey Foundation and the New Jersey Dental Association, the two-day event accommodated 220 service appointments. Low-income veterans and their families received free cleanings and x-rays, extractions, fillings, and even dentures. Watch the video.
Karen Ponce, Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) at Zufall Health, was recently presented with a Healthcare Hero Award at the New Jersey Primary Care Association‘s Annual Conference. Awardees are selected based on their selfless commitment and unwavering dedication to the mission of their Community Health Center. For 10 years, Karen has been an exceptional, dependable and trustworthy team member at Zufall. Her compassion and desire to help her community is reflected in the way she interacts and cares for our patients as well as their families. Her warm personality, friendliness and smile are truly contagious. Congratulations to Karen and all the Healthcare Hero recipients on this well-deserved honor!
Somerville, NJ – More than 100 dedicated volunteers who donate time, talents, and energy to Zufall Health were honored recently at the Fifth Annual Volunteer Appreciation event at the Bridgewater Manor. The volunteers provide a wide range of supportive services at the nonprofit community health center which offers affordable medical and dental care to patients in six New Jersey counties.
“We are most appreciative for the enthusiasm and dedication of the volunteers who support our work improving health in the communities we serve,” said Eva Turbiner, Zufall’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Were it not for the volunteers who helped Dr. Bob Zufall and his wife Kathryn establish the health center nearly 30 years ago, we might not exist today.”