To provide exceptional and comprehensive care for our patients with kidney and blood pressure disorders. We are also dedicated to providing a valuable and in-depth educational experience for medical students and post-graduate medical residents of the Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney and blood pressure disorders.
All of our physicians are certified in Nephrology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
All physicians have been certified as Designated Specialists in Clinical Hypertension by the American Society of Hypertension. We are the largest such group of Hypertension specialists in New Jersey.
Our office is open Monday-Friday and we have daily morning and afternoon hours. All patient visits are by appointment.
Please call (609-750-7330) to schedule an appointment.
Your initial visit will include your medical history and a physical examination. Most tests ordered can be done at a hospital, laboratory, or radiology group of your choice.
We provide you and your referring physician both inpatient and outpatient evaluation and management of the following types of conditions:
All of our physicians have received designation as Clinical Hypertensive specialists by the American Society of Hypertension. Our goal is to help prevent the onset of serious hypertension-related events such as stroke, heart attack, heart failure and kidney failure.
In many cases we will find it helpful to perform 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate monitoring during normal day activities. Our group of physicians and nurses is among the most experienced in the country at this technique. Our results have been reported at national and international scientific conferences.
This is an increasingly common condition of heart failure, pulmonary congestion, leg edema and kidney disease that requires close medical management and supervision in order to control fluid balance and thereby maintain good quality of life and prevent re-hospitalization.
Our goal is to try to prevent the onset of end stage kidney disease. However, this is not always possible.