PNP Guide For Patients Regarding Contact Tracing, Quarantine and Isolation If you have a confirmed case of Covid-19 (or if you are presumed to be positive due to your symptoms and a known exposure) the local department of health will be reaching out to you to give you information about isolation for your infected family member and how to quarantine the rest of your household.
COVID-19 TESTING UPDATE FOR PNP PATIENTS As we continue to navigate through the changing situation of the Coronavirus pandemic, PNP is adapting our procedures to try and meet the needs of our patients in the most effective way possible.
We are pleased to announce the association of Nicole Bronson, M.D., F.A.A.P. with Princeton Nassau Pediatrics, P.A. for the practice of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
PNP continues to try to stay ahead of the needs of our patients with regards to coronavirus testing. As we move through the summer and towards the fall,
During the pandemic, PNP considers it our highest priority to protect our patients and staff. We are constantly reviewing the most up-to-date guidance,
AAP Urges Vaccinations as Rates Drop Due to COVID
New Jersey enacted a new car seat law. Details can be found here
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics is sad to report that Dr. William John “Bill” Peter, longtime Princeton resident and pediatrician passed away peacefully on January 1,
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,
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.