Telemedicine allows healthcare providers to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance by phone, computer or tablet.
La telemedicina permite a los proveedores de salud evaluar, diagnosticar y tratar pacientes a la distancia, por teléfono, computadora o tableta.
Zufall Health está enfocado en proteger la salud de sus pacientes, visitantes, personal y la comunidad todos los días. Debido a la epidemia del COVID-19 y las medidas de separación social que se están poniendo en efecto para prevenir la propagación de la enfermedad, estamos ofreciendo telemedicina.
Una Carga Pública : ¿Qué hay que saber?
Los servicios que usted recibe en el Centro de Salud Zufall NO cuentan como una carga pública. Los cambios de las reglas de cargas públicas serán efectivos comenzando el 24 de febrero de 2020.
¿Qué es una carga pública?
Una persona que probablemente llegará a depender del gobierno para el apoyo financiero y/o material.
Dover, NJ — In the heat of the Viet Nam War, Albert Grazevich knew how to handle almost any situation, but after losing several teeth many years later, he retreats when running into old friends.
“If I see my wife stop to talk to someone, I’m embarrassed and usually go the other way,” admitted the Navy veteran whose teeth needed thousands of dollars of restoration work.
But after being fitted for free dentures at the Third Annual “Smiles for Our Heroes,” Albert is looking forward to smiling again and has a much healthier outlook.
The Hardyston resident traveled to Zufall Health’s Dover Dental Center recently where veterans from all over New Jersey participated in a Veteran’s Day observance that provides free dental care to honor them for their military service.
Dover, N.J — A delegation of high-level health officials from the People’s Republic of China recently visited Zufall Health Center in Dover for an up-close look at an American health center and to discuss Zufall’s approach to primary care and community health.
Wang Hesheng, Vice Minister of China’s National Health Commission, and his six-member team were in the United States to attend a United Nations General Assembly meeting. Accompanying them on their Zufall visit was Thomas Engels, Acting Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
If you need to purchase health insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace (Obamacare), you must sign up between Nov. 1st and December 15th. Be aware that the enrollment period this year is only six weeks long. If you already have health insurance, you should visit Zufall to update your personal information and review any changes in plans and pricing for 2019. Zufall Health counselors are available to help you enroll and...
Congratulations to Altagracia Jimenez, the winner of the Zufall Health Colon Cancer Challenge. The lucky Dover resident was awarded $500 in ShopRite gift cards. Her name, along with all patients who were up-to-date on their colon cancer screenings by the end of 2017, were automatically entered into a free drawing.
“I’m really happy I had my screening and could win this prize”, said Ms Jimenez, who already has generous plans for some of her winnings. “First, I’m going to buy juice boxes for the children at my church and then I’m looking forward to sharing the prize to help my daughter.”
Dover, NJ — Army veteran Frank Mazzie hadn’t seen a dentist in a dozen years, so he jumped at the chance for what he considered a “goodwill mission for my mouth.”
The Nutley resident and more than 200 other veterans from North and Central Jersey flocked to Dover this weekend to be part of the state’s first ever Mission of Mercy — Smiles for Our Heroes, a Veteran’s Day observance to honor them with free, much-needed dental care and more.
The two-day event, a partnership of Delta Dental of New Jersey and Zufall Health, brought together 140 volunteer dental professionals and clinical and non-clinical support staff to provide services ranging from cleanings and x-rays to root canals, extractions, and even dentures.
Zufall Health's Director of Outreach, Michelle Blanchfield was recently featured on WRNJ's Talk About It radio show hosted by Rev. Frank Fowler to discuss public health related topics particularly immunizations as part of National Immunization Awareness Month. Other panel members were Mary Guglielmo, a Public Health Nurse Supervisor and Katie Stewart a Health Educator, both from the Warren County Health Department. [audio mp3="https://www.zufallhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/WRNJ-Public-Health-Discussion-with-M.-Blanchfield.mp3"][/audio]...
(August 16, 2017) It’s National Health Center Week, a time to recognize the high-quality healthcare our community health centers provide each year to more than half a million New Jersey residents at more than 100 sites throughout the state. Click here to read the full article....