Have you lost a loved one to the Coronavirus? Zufall Health is offering a virtual (video) support group for Spanish-speaking adults to meet with others experiencing similar grief. You do not need to be a Zufall Health patient to join the group. Click here for more information. ...
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.
Representatives Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) and Tom Malinowski (NJ-07) announced today that Zufall Health Center will receive an additional $118,000 in funding to help address the COVID-19 outbreak in New Jersey from the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2020. Representatives Sherrill and Malinowski supported a provision in the legislation to support community health centers across the country. Zufall will be able to use this funding to address screening...
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.
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.
Public Charge Things to Know
Services You Receive at Zufall Health Centers Do NOT Count For Public Charge. Public Charge Changes Go Into Effect February 24, 2020.
What is a Public Charge?
A person who is likely to become primarily dependent on the government for financial or material support.
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.
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...
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.”