Registration for COVID-19 Vaccination

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

New Jersey will be phasing out COVID-19 vaccinations to all adults who live, work, or are students in the state. New Jersey aims to vaccinate 70% of the population within the next six months. Currently, New Jersey is in phase 1A of the vaccination, which includes vaccinating paid and unpaid healthcare staff who have potential…

Read More »

Health Care Transparency Act Signed by Governor Murphy

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

Advance Practice Nurses, Physicians Assistants Are Now Required to be Properly Identified on Name Tags in Patient Care Settings This was a great legislative victory for the Access to Care Coalition, of which, NJAOPS is an active member. This bill requires health care providers to affirmatively communicate their licensure type to patients verbally and in…

Read More »

PHA Recognized for Excellent Blood Pressure Rates in Adult Patients

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

Premier Health Associates has been recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association for achieving a 70% blood pressure control rate among their adult patient population.  As a result of this accomplishment, Premier Health Associates will be acknowledged in the American Heart Association Journal, and in a joint national press release between…

Read More »

Aetna Update

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

All the providers at PHA are delighted to advise Aetna members  we will continue providing services in-network.  We look forward to continued relationships with our patients while minimizing  healthcare expenditures. Be well! Your Premier Health Associates Physicians

Read More »

New Jersey’s True Heroes

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

Written by Kimberly Bollard. This article was originally published in the Sparta Independent. New Jersey’s healthcare workers have been working tirelessly throughout the COVID-19 crisis. However, three Premier Health Associates physicians were recently noted from our community for their extra efforts in different areas of medicine. Premier Health Associates is a medical group that is…

Read More »

Telemedicine in Response to COVID-19

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

Premier Health Associates has adopted the practice of telemedicine in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. One of the most effective ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 is social distancing, and Premier Health Associates is maintaining and encouraging social distancing by practicing medicine, refilling prescriptions, and managing illness via virtual visits. Telemedicine allows people…

Read More »

Telemedicine at Premier Health Associates

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

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…

Read More »

Coronavirus Meeting

by Premier Health

Posted in : News, Update

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…

Read More »

PHA Doctor Uses New Rotator Cuff Implant With Promising Results

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

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…

Read More »

Winter Sports and Activities Injuries

by Premier Health

Posted in : News

The cold weather marks the beginning of many seasonal activities. Students take part in team sports such as wrestling and basketball, while others, including adults enjoy ice hockey, skiing, snowboarding and sledding.  All active recreational endeavors require participants to maintain varying levels of physical strength and flexibility to prevent injuries. Stretching well, and on a…

Read More »