Princeton Nassau Pediatrics Parents and Patients,
I am writing this letter to inform you that I will be leaving Princeton Nassau Pediatrics at the end of the calendar year. I have enjoyed my time at the practice, but a new opportunity presented itself that I decided to pursue. A major challenge within pediatrics still to this day is getting timely evaluations and treatment for children with developmental delays and autism in particular. The new job that I will be starting next year will involve training to perform autism evaluations and management myself. While I still have a love for general pediatrics, I was drawn to the opportunity to provide care and improve outcomes for at risk children with limited specialty providers.
With that said, I want to thank you all for the trust you placed in me and for letting me into a portion of your lives. It is something I have always considered a privilege, and I feel blessed for having met all of you and for all the encounters we have had. I have always cared deeply about listening to every concern that I can and doing my best to address them. Please know that I will continue to do this to the best of my ability over my remaining time at Princeton Nassau Pediatrics.
Lastly, I want to reiterate my support for Princeton Nassau Pediatrics. The doctors are well-trained pediatricians. The nurses are caring, and the rest of the staff works so hard to keep the practice running smoothly every day. I have no hesitation in recommending the Princeton Nassau Pediatrics team for the continued care of your children.
Thank you once again for trusting me with the care of your children. I look forward to those of you I will see in the coming months, and I wish nothing but the best to each of you going forward.
Steve Posluszny, MD