New Jersey Adult Medicine Specialists


Patient-Centered Care in New Jersey

Operating out of 28 Adult Medicine offices in New Jersey, Riverside Medical Group is your most trusted primary care & internal medicine practice. We have the top adult care doctors & internists in the New Jersey area, which makes us recognized as a Patient Centered Medical Home. 

Our New Jersey Practice’s Approach

Here at Riverside Medical Group in New Jersey, our Adult Medicine specialists are dedicated to the extreme care of our patients 18 and older. We focus on preventive medicine, including physical exams, health screenings, and vaccines and immunizations. In addition to providing diagnosis and care for common medical conditions and care afterwards. Our offices all over New Jersey are eager and ready to take on any concern you may have about your health.

Whether it’s your first time visiting, or if it’s for a routine checkup, our internists & primary physicians take the time to speak with you and fully understand your health needs. We have a knowledgeable staff who ready to equip you with the tools for promoting your optimal health and wellness. We realize the important of treating you like a person and not a number. That being said, we ensure that the physicians in our New Jersey offices will create a meaningful and an on-going relationship with our clients.

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Comprehensive Treatments 

Our adult medicine providers strive to put emphasis on preventative care and quick access to your health care provider. We want to go above and beyond our duty of just being your intermittent provider, and available to you for a better care experience. 

Our New Jersey Internal Medicine physicians can help you with:

  • Coordination of care with Riverside Med Group specialists. 

  • Providing evaluations for medical risks before surgery

  • Providing both preventative care as well as treatments for chronic medical illnesses.Our internists can also help diagnose symptoms and complaints, providing comprehensive medical care.

  • Care for patients with undefined symptoms and complaints, such as shortness of breath, chest pain, and new occurrences of pain, to help in diagnosis and treatment recommendations