Princeton Nassau Pediatrics is sad to report that Dr. William John “Bill” Peter, longtime Princeton resident and pediatrician passed away peacefully on January 1,
As confirmed COVID-19 cases increase throughout our community and the country, we have received many questions regarding how to keep our patients and their families safe.
PNP IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE START OF TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENTS In order to be able to provide our patients with the highest level of care possible,
A person with previously close contact to my family has been diagnosed with COVID-19. What should I do? As more testing is completed,
PRINCETON NASSAU PEDIATRICS OFFICE UPDATE APRIL 1, 2020 We are continuing to utilize our email list to help share updates with our patients and their families as we all work together to get through this challenging time.
As we all continue to work through the challenges that have been brought upon us by the Coronavirus pandemic, the physicians of PNP recognize the levels of stress,
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics is sad to report that Dr. Schneider will be retiring this summer from our practice. Dr. Schneider is one of the original six pediatricians who brought their two practices together to form what is now Princeton Nassau Pediatrics.