Covid 19 Update
WE ARE OPEN TO SERVE YOU!
REGULAR OFFICE HOURS
We have resumed regular office hours.
Kindly call our office at 609 -838 -9040 to schedule your in-office appointments.
We thank our dear patients for their understanding and we pray that everyone stays safe and healthy throughout this pandemic.
We ask that everyone wear mask in our office to protect each other specially our immunocompromised patients.
Let's all work together in order to achieve a healthy, coronavirus free community!
Maria R. Abello-Poblete, MD, FAAD
Dermatology Visits Now
In order to ensure continued care for our patients, we are offering online dermatology services where our existing patient can access care for specific dermatology issues at any time and from anywhere in NJ. Patients can receive a diagnosis and treatment generally within 24 hours.
Call the office for more information or to book your appointment.
For those with health coverage including medicare, and other commercial insurances, we will bill the visits through your insurance. For those without insurance, the charge will be $200 for initial visit and $120 for follow up.
Coronavirus 2020 and
We're noticing that a large majority of our patients have gotten the COVID19 vaccine. All our providers have been fully vaccinated and our staff have been provided with the vaccine during the early part of the year. For the welfare of everyone, we are still very careful with the protocols set in place during the pandemic.
Our greatest concern is for our patients who are on prescriptions for hair, skin or other conditions that weaken the function of their immune system. For these patients, if they feel like they have any flu like symptoms, we recommend holding their medication until they have recovered from the infection. Kindly call us if you decide to discontinue your medications.
The medications that may weaken your immune system are the following:
Cellcept/ Mycophenolate Mofetil
If you have other concerns you want to discuss further with us, kindly call us at 609-838-9040.
For additional information about coronavirus, please refer to the CDC webpage Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
or the Coronavirus disease outbreak page of the World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019