Princeton Nassau Pediatrics has received our initial influenza vaccine order and will begin vaccinating our patients. The possibility of influenza running rampant in the community at the same time we are facing continuing cases of coronavirus worries us all.
Please see below from Dr. Raymond. He is available for appointments through the end of the year…… all of us at PNP wish him nothing but the best in his retirement and thank him for his many years and dedication to PNP!
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics wishes Dr. Jody Goh all the best on her upcoming retirement in September. Please see the message below from Dr.
The FDA and CDC have approved and recommended the booster dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine for children ages 5 through 11.
Changes coming for patients seen in North Brunswick: Starting on Monday, January 31, our North Brunswick office will be closing after decades of service to the children of our community.
Please click here to see the latest Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines for Covid. Please click here for our guidance on the Covid Vaccine.
We are pleased to announce the association of Emily Negroponte, M.D., F.A.A.P., with Princeton Nassau Pediatrics, P.A. for the practice of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
PNP physicians fully endorse the CDC and AAP recommendations that all people get vaccinated against Covid-19 when the vaccine becomes available to them.
NJ Spotlight News interviews Dr. Doyle, as a mother, in a piece on the anticipation for the COVID-19 vaccine approval for children.
IF YOUR CHILD HAS NOT RECEIVED HIS/HER FLU SHOT YET, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO SCHEDULE A NURSE VISIT. These continue to be unprecedented and challenging times for all of us.