Rehab, primary care and lab services find home in $1.3 million renovated space
Atlantic Health System has brought a trio of much-needed services – primary care, rehab and laboratory – together in a prime retail location conveniently accessible to Byram Township residents as well as commuters traveling between Sussex and Morris counties.
The three services exist in an adjoining space in the Shop-Rite commercial plaza, on Route 206 North, a heavily traveled corridor leading into Sussex County from Morris County.
“Expanding patients’ access to needed services like these is a vital part of our overall efforts to build healthier communities,” said Paul Marmora, vice president, ambulatory care for Atlantic Health System. “We are excited to make access to high- quality care more convenient for Byram and the surrounding communities.”
Atlantic Medical Group Primary Care at Byram offers expert care provided by family physicians John C. Murphy, MD, and Noha A. Eltaki, MD. As part of Atlantic Medical Group, Primary Care at Byram is connected to a network of more than 1,000 health care providers, including specialists, throughout northern and central New Jersey.
Atlantic Rehabilitation at Byram will provide orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation services for a variety of conditions, including pre- and postoperative total joint replacement, rotator cuff repairs, ACL repairs, knee and ankle injuries, and back and neck pain. The location will offer evaluations within 24 to 48 hours and convenient follow-up appointments.
The lab will provide a convenient location where patients can get blood and specimens taken, whether it be as part of their primary care visit, employer-mandated testing, or other needs.
For more information about any of the new services at Byram, call:
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