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A Farewell Message from Dr. Joelle McConlogue

Posted on: 08/03/2015

Dear Patients:

You have probably heard the quote "The only constant in life is change". I know you are well aware of this as you parent your ever-changing children! However, change continues even throughout life. It is for this reason that I am writing to let you know that I will shortly be finishing my time with Princeton Nassau Pediatrics. My husband has accepted a new job that necessitates we relocate our family to the Bay Area in California. Although we have long been on the East Coast, our extended family is in the west, and for a variety of reasons we feel that this is the right time to make this move. The transition is going to be faster than we prefer: my last day here will be Thursday September 3, 2015.

My heart is heavy as I contemplate leaving the practice and my many wonderful patients. It has been such a privilege to be involved in your lives over the past eight years. I love my job! I have enjoyed watching and participating in your triumphs, challenges, worries, and growth. I have cherished the opportunity to care for your children. You have each taught me a lot, and I will carry this with me to my next position. Thank you!

Please be assured that the practice will continue to provide outstanding care for your children. Dr. Amin and Dr. Shah are both starting with our practice in the West Windsor office and will be available to take on many of my patients. The other many excellent PNP providers are also always available as well. If there are any issues that you would like to discuss prior to my departure, if you have any questions, or if you just want to talk, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. I will be in the West Windsor office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, and you can always call and leave a message for me on other days. I apologize for any inconvenience, as I know that change is always difficult. Thank you for your kind support, and all the best to your families and children!

Sincerely, Joelle McConlogue, M.D.

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