Parents

Even after the office is closed, you may reach the doctor for emergencies by calling the office number and following the instructions given.

Remember, you have to leave only one message for us to return your call. We will return your phone call as soon as it is possible.

Please hold any non-emergency phone calls for when the office opens. The after-hours emergency number is (732)339-7775.

Please click for some important resources and information about your child’s health

Important Resources click here

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Please see our patient video section for more information about some common health concerns for which you may call the doctor.

 

Some questions might be:

What to do when my child feels sick and has a fever?

A fever is usually caused by infections from viruses (such as a cold or the flu) or bacteria (such as strep throat or some ear infections). The fever itself is not the disease, only a sign that the body’s defenses are trying to fight an infection.

Here’s some information that you might find useful on fever:

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What is the right medication and dose?

Not sure about the right medicine dosage for your child? Confused between Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen?

We hope this will answer your questions in details :

Fever Medication: Dosage Chartsclick here

What is the right Immunization schedule?

Today, most children in the United States lead much healthier lives and parents live with much less anxiety and worry over infections during childhood. Immunizations are one of the success stories of modern medicine.

And here’s a link to view the most up-to-date Immunization Schedules:

Schedule_Childhoodclick here Schedule_Adolescentclick here Schedule_Catchupclick here

 

Dosage Chart : Not sure about the right medicine dosage for your child? Confused between Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen?

We hope this will answer your questions in details :

Click Here

Immunization Schedules :

Today, most children in the United States lead much healthier lives and parents live with much less anxiety and worry over infections during childhood.
Immunizations are one of the success stories of modern medicine.
And here’s a link to view the most up-to-date immunization schedules:

Childhood Adolescent Catchup