In-Person

Our offices will reopen on Monday, March 23rd for patients who qualify for in-person treatment and need face to face engagement or administration of medication and whose therapists will be working in the office.

 

Qualifying Questions that you will be asked are:
  • Have you traveled outside the country since January 1st, 2020? If so, where did you go?
  • Have you been in close contact with someone who has traveled outside the country since January 1st, 2020? If so, where did this person travel?
  • Have you experienced fever, cough, shortness of breath at any time during the last 2 weeks?
  • Have you been in close contact with someone who has experienced fever, cough, or shortness of breath at any time during the last 2 weeks? 
  • Do you have any underlying respiratory issues?
While answering “yes” to any of these questions will disqualify you from a personal office visit at this time, we remain here for you via Tele-Medicine sessions.
All sessions can be scheduled by calling:
North Jersey Health & Wellness, 201-588-3491
North Jersey Health and Wellness offices maintain best practices to ensure your safety:
  • We continue to sanitize several times each day.
  • We continue to stagger patient visits to ensure that less than the recommended minimum of 10 people occupy the common waiting room areas at any point in time.
Other IMPORTANT GUIDELINES for you to follow:
  • If someone in your house has tested positive, keep the entire household at home. Do not go out if possible.
  • If you are age 60+, stay home and away from other people.
  • If you have a serious underlying health condition, stay home and away from others.
  • Avoid discretionary travel, shopping trips, and social visits.
  • Few restaurants, bars, and food courts are open; avoid them if they are. Use drive-throughs or home food delivery services.
  • Do not visit nursing homes, retirement, or long-term care facilities unless you are there to provide critical assistance.
  • Practice good hygiene: wash your hands often, especially after touching frequently used items or surfaces. AVOID TOUCHING YOUR FACE.