Telemedicine at Premier Health Associates

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As we travel through these uncertain times, we need to adapt to face the challenges that are attached to COVID-19. The situation surrounding the pandemic is constantly changing, and as such, in-person appointments can put several people at risk. At Premier Health Associates, we have begun the practice of telemedicine to keep patients, staff, and…

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Coronavirus Update 3/11/20

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Premier Health Associates’ coronavirus group met again this afternoon to review and update our policies with goal of maximizing the care we can give to our community, while keeping our employees as safe as possible. The following are guidelines that will be followed at all PHA sites. 1) CDC guidelines are to be followed 2)…

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Coronavirus Meeting

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Yesterday, under the leadership of the Premier Health Associates Board of Directors, we held a COVID-19 meeting. Attending doctors included: Dr. Kozak, Dr. Bollard, Dr. Vaz, Dr. Liloia, and Dr. Stas. Also in attendance was Premier Health Associates Admin Daryl Wilson. Recommendations: Physicians will triage all respiratory infections to determine the best course of action…

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PHA Doctor Uses New Rotator Cuff Implant With Promising Results

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Rotator cuff injuries most commonly affect people over 40, who repeatedly perform overhead motions with their arms. These injuries, progressive in nature, grow in severity over time and eventually require surgery and months of rehabilitation. But a new implant is on the market that may change the way rotator cuff tears are treated. Regeneten is…

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Three PHA Doctors Receive Awards For Their Service

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Three prominent Premier Health Associates physicians received awards this month for their service to the medical community.  Dr. Kozak, the new president of Premier Health Associates, received the John Lucas, MD Award For Emerging Physician Leaders at the Newton Medical Center’s annual staff meeting.  “It is an honor to be recognized by my peers as…

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PHA Raises Over $1,500 At Breast Cancer Walk

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Parsippany, NJ — The rain didn’t stop Premier Health Associates from attending the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk this past weekend. PHA raised $1,577 at the event, contributing to a whopping total of over $675,000 raised at the Parsippany walk. Over 10,000 people participated in this year’s walk. Making Strides walks…

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World Mental Health Day 2019

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World Mental Health Day is observed every October 10th in order to raise awareness for mental health issues, and to find solutions to bring mental health care to people worldwide.  This year, suicide prevention is the theme of World Mental Health Day. Suicide has existed throughout human history, but suicidal behavior has been on the…

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PHA Welcomes Dr. Tang and Dr. Wilkinson

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Premiere Health Associates welcomes two new doctors, Dr. Wilkinson and Dr. Tang. Dr. Sean Wilkinson is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who sub specializes in sports medicine procedures. His particular areas of interest include shoulder and knee injuries. Dr Wilkinson did his ACGME accredited fellowship at Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Cincinnati, OH. There…

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PHA Participates in Third Annual Celebrate Life 5K Walk

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Augusta, NJ — Premier Health Associates participated in the recent Celebrate Life 5K Walk at the Sussex County Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 28, 2019. The walk was started as a way to help those dealing with a loss to celebrate the life and memory of loved ones who have passed. PHA Managers staffed the booth,…

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Mammogram Myths and Facts

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. About 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Although we do not offer mammograms at our offices, we want to spread awareness and dispel myths about this disease.

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