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COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

There is a lot of information being shared about the COVID-19 vaccine through every possible communication channel but unfortunately, all of this information isn’t always factual. This misinformation creates unnecessary fear and a hesitancy to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

Our Chief Medical Officer of Hunterdon Healthcare Partners, Geralyn Prosswimmer, MD, sat down with us to address many of the vaccine-related questions and misinformation causing many people to choose not to get vaccinated. In each video, Dr. Prosswimmer addresses a specific question or concern about the vaccine currently circulating online, in the media, or even in conversations with friends and family. Please take a moment to watch each video below and feel free to share them with others to help us better educate each other and our community.

More importantly, if you would like to schedule a vaccine appointment you can conveniently do so by visiting our Online Scheduler (Click Here) or by calling our Vaccination Scheduling Center at (908) 237-4238 weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

We are offering convenient first dose COVID-19 vaccination clinics on the second Wednesday of every month from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, July 14, 2021, through September 8, 2021. Second dose appointments will be scheduled at the first dose appointment.

Medical Minutes with Dr. Geralyn Prosswimmer

  1. The COVID-19 vaccine isn’t as effective for children under the age of 18 years old, right? Click here to view the facts.
  2. Since the COVID-19 vaccine was rushed to market should it really be trusted? Click here to view the facts.
  3. Isn’t the COVID-19 vaccine made with fetal tissue? Click here to view the facts.
  4. Isn’t it true that only seniors and people who are already sick need to get the COVID-19 vaccine?  Click here to view the facts.
  5. Isn’t it possible to contract COVID from the COVID-19 vaccine? Click here to view the facts.
  6. Is the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine safe? Wasn’t it withdrawn from use? Click here to view the facts.
  7. Is the COVID-19 vaccine dangerous to children? Click here to view the facts.
  8. Individuals with pre-existing health conditions should not get the COVID-19 vaccine, right? Click here to view the facts.
  9. If you give the COVID-19 vaccine to a child it can change their body’s DNA permanently, right? Click here to view the facts.
  10. If I’m trying to have a baby I shouldn’t get the COVID-19 vaccine, right? Doesn’t it cause miscarriage? Click here to view the facts.
  11. If you already had COVID do you need the COVID-19 vaccine? Click here to view the facts.
  12. If I get the COVID-19 vaccine it can alter my DNA, right? Click here to view the facts.
  13. If everyone around me gets the COVID 19 vaccine then I don’t need to get it, right? Click here to view the facts.
  14. If children have better and stronger immune systems then do they really need a COVID-19 vaccine? Click here to view the facts.
  15. I heard the COVID-19 vaccine contains a microchip that allows the government to track me Isn’t that wrong? Click here to view the facts.
  16. I can’t get the COVID-19 vaccine because it will alter my menstrual cycle, right? Click here to view the facts.
  17. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine in addition to all the other vaccines that are necessary can overload your immune system, right? Click here to view the facts.
  18. Doesn’t the flu shot also protect you from COVID-19? Click here to view the facts.
  19. Can’t the COVID-19 vaccine cause people to have psychotic episodes? Click here to view the facts.
  20. Can the COVID-19 vaccine cause children to develop serious heart conditions? Click here to view the facts.
  21. Aren’t the side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine dangerous? Click here to view the facts.

NJDOH Tweet Features HMC 5 South Nurse, Katelyn Laeyt

On August 24, 2021, the New Jersey Department of Health tweeted a video of our own 5 South Nurse, Katelyn Laeyt speaking about her own personal experience on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Thank you, Katelyn, for sharing your experience and for all your hard work!

You can watch the full video below:

Hunterdon Healthcare Offers Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for COVID-19

Hunterdon Healthcare is offering monoclonal antibody treatment to COVID-19 positive outpatients. The monoclonal antibody treatment can be used to help COVID-19 patients with mild to moderate symptoms and who are at high risk of progressing to severe disease.

“Antibodies are proteins that our bodies make to fight viruses like the one that causes COVID-19. Antibodies that are made in a laboratory act like natural antibodies to fight the virus, stopping it from attaching to your cells and growing. It must be used early in the course of the infection before the virus has reached maximum growth. Monoclonal antibodies are directed against a specific virus, in this case, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19,” explained Geralyn Prosswimmer, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Hunterdon Healthcare Partners. Dr. Prosswimmer added, “Monoclonal antibody treatment may reduce the chance of hospitalization for those at highest risk for severe disease. While not FDA approved, this product has emergency use authorization due to the pandemic.” Limited doses are supplied to hospitals by the State.

Monoclonal antibody treatment is given intravenously and is administered at Hunterdon Medical Center in a specially created infusion center. This treatment can be used for adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms who:
● Test positive for SARS CoV2.
● Are within 10 days of the start of their symptoms.
● Are at high risk of getting very sick from COVID-19 due to age, chronic conditions, BMI, immunosuppressed or if you are pregnant.

Patients who meet these criteria can discuss monoclonal antibody treatment with their Hunterdon Healthcare primary care physician. For more information call the Hunterdon Healthcare Infusion Center at 908-237-4240.

COVID-19 Symptoms Include:
● Cough
● Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
● Fever or chills
● Muscle or body aches
● Fatigue
● Congestion or runny nose
● Vomiting or diarrhea
● New loss of taste of smell

Symptoms can range from mild to severe illness, and appear 2-14 days after you are exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19.

Hunterdon Healthcare Offers Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for COVID-19

Hunterdon Healthcare is offering monoclonal antibody treatment to COVID-19 positive outpatients.  The monoclonal antibody treatment can be used to help COVID-19 patients with mild to moderate symptoms and who are at high risk of progressing to severe disease.

“Antibodies are proteins that our bodies make to fight viruses like the one that causes COVID-19. Antibodies that are made in a laboratory act like natural antibodies to fight the virus, stopping it from attaching to your cells and growing. It must be used early in the course of the infection before the virus has reached maximum growth.  Monoclonal antibodies are directed against a specific virus, in this case, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19,” explained Geralyn Prosswimmer, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Hunterdon Healthcare Partners.  Dr. Prosswimmer added, “Monoclonal antibody treatment may reduce the chance of hospitalization for those at highest risk for severe disease. While not FDA approved, this product has emergency use authorization due to the pandemic.” Limited doses are supplied to hospitals by the State.

Monoclonal antibody treatment is given intravenously and is administered at Hunterdon Medical Center in a specially created infusion center.  This treatment can be used for adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms who:

  • Test positive for SARS CoV2.
  • Are within 5 days of the start of their symptoms.
  • Are at high risk of getting very sick from COVID-19 due to age or chronic conditions

Patients who meet these criteria can discuss monoclonal antibody treatment with their Hunterdon Healthcare primary care physician. For more information call the Hunterdon Healthcare Infusion Center at 908-237-4240.

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COVID-19 Symptoms Include:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fever or chills
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • New loss of taste of smell

Symptoms can range from mild to severe illness, and appear 2-14 days after you are exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19.

 

 

 

Medical Mondays: Colon Health During COVID-19 and Beyond

Virtual Educational Program: Colon Health during COVID-19 and Beyond

Hunterdon Healthcare is introducing a new virtual series called Medical Mondays. The March program will focus on Colon Health during COVID-19 and Beyond. This program will be held on Monday, March 15th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. via Google Meet.

Google Meet Information (Please note, you may need to copy and paste link into your web browser): meet.google.com/pqh-ycqv-xri

Or join by phone: ‪(US) +1 561-614-1401 PIN: ‪539 448 763#

Colon Health during COVID-19 and Beyond will be moderated by Patrick Gavin, President, and CEO of Hunterdon Healthcare, and include specialists: Jeffrey Hartford, M.D., Gastroenterologist, Advanced Gastroenterology & Nutrition, Martin Alvarez, M.D., Colorectal Surgeon, Hunterdon Surgical Associates and Richard Arrigo, D.O., Hunterdon Gastroenterology Associates.

Topics will include but are not limited to, preventing colon cancer, benefits of early detection for outcomes, risk factors for colon cancer, the rising young-onset of colon cancer, colonoscopy alternatives for screening, diet and digestive health, and better preps for a colonoscopy.

Attendees can submit questions in advance to Jcherichello@hhsnj.org or post via the chat feature during the program.

Hunterdon Healthcare Hosts Virtual Educational Program: Colon Health During COVID-19 and Beyond

Hunterdon Healthcare is introducing a new virtual series called Medical Mondays.  The March program will focus on Colon Health During COVID-19 and Beyond.  This program will be held on Monday, March 15th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. via Google Meet.

Colon Health During COVID-19 and Beyond will be moderated by Patrick Gavin, President and CEO of Hunterdon Healthcare, and include specialists:  Jeffrey Hartford, M.D., Gastroenterologist, Advanced Gastroenterology & Nutrition, Martin Alvarez, M.D., Colorectal Surgeon, Hunterdon Surgical Associates, and Richard Arrigo, D.O., Gastroenterologist, Hunterdon Gastroenterology Associates.

Topics will include but are not limited to, preventing colon cancer, benefits of early detection for outcomes, risk factors for colon cancer, the rising young-onset of colon cancer, colonoscopy alternatives for screening, diet and digestive health, and better preps for a colonoscopy.

Attendees can submit questions in advance to Jcherichello@hhsnj.org or post via the chat feature during the program. To register, please email Julie Cherichello at Jcherichello@hhsnj.org. A confirmation email and the Google Meet link will be sent once registration is received.

 

 

Hunterdon Healthcare Hosts Virtual Educational Program: What to expect at a Hunterdon Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic and Vaccine Update

Hunterdon Healthcare is introducing a new virtual series called Medical Mondays.  The second program will focus on What to Expect at a Hunterdon Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic and Vaccine Update.  This program will be held on Monday, January 25th from 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. via Google Meet.

Hunterdon Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic and Vaccine Update will be moderated by Patrick Gavin, President and CEO of Hunterdon Healthcare and include specialists:  Geralyn Prosswimmer, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Hunterdon Healthcare Partners and Rose Puelle, PhD, Administrative Director, Population Health and Data Integrity, Hunterdon Healthcare Partners.

The program will begin with a tour of Hunterdon Healthcare’s Vaccination Clinic and a vaccine update followed by a question and answer session.

Attendees can submit questions in advance to Kseelig@hhsnj.org or post via the chat feature during the program.  To register, please email Kathleen Seelig, Corporate Director Marketing and Public Relations, Kseelig@hhsnj.org.   A confirmation email and the Google Meet link will be sent once registration is received.

 

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Are Available

FOR INDIVIDUALS AGE 65+ OR ELIGIBLE DUE TO CHRONIC CONDITION OR OCCUPATION, Hunterdon Healthcare has available appointments at our upcoming Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for the following vaccines:

1st, 2nd, and Booster dose Pfizer vaccinations

1st and 2nd dose Moderna vaccinations

FOR IMMUNOCOMPROMISED INDIVIDUALS ONLY 3rd dose Moderna or Pfizer vaccinations.

Hunterdon Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccinations Clinics are scheduled for the following days and times:

October 20, 2021
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Location of Clinic: 600 Corporate Drive (off US 22), Lebanon, New Jersey

To schedule an appointment, please use our COVID-19 Vaccination Patient Self-Scheduler. Walk-ins are also welcomed!

If you need assistance with scheduling an appointment, please call the Hunterdon Healthcare Vaccination Scheduling Center at (908) 237-4238, weekdays between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., and a representative can assist you.

Please know that the Pfizer booster vaccine can only be given to individuals who are age 65+ or eligible due to a chronic condition or occupation, and have received two prior doses of the Pfizer vaccine at least six months ago. ONLY Immunocompromised individuals who have received two prior doses of the Moderna vaccine are permitted to receive a 3rd dose of the Moderna vaccine at this time. Once the approval for Moderna and J&J booster vaccines has been authorized we will open additional clinics to offer these vaccines.

Potential reactions to the PFIZER booster are the same as the previous Pfizer vaccinations. Any previous reaction or lack thereof does not predict reactions from the Pfizer booster.

Arriving for Your Vaccination

  • Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcomed.
  • Please do not arrive until your scheduled time.
  • You must be eligible to receive a COVID vaccination or COVID booster. Please check eligibility criteria if you are uncertain.
  • If receiving the Pfizer booster vaccine you must have received two prior doses of the Pfizer vaccine at least six months ago.
  • You must bring your valid driver’s license/photo identification and insurance card(s).
  • Bring your current vaccination card so we can verify your vaccine dates and also update your card with your booster information. If you do not have your vaccination card your vaccine information is available through the free iOS/Android app, DOCKET, provided by the New Jersey Department of Health, and available for download in the Apple Store or Google Play Store. If your COVID-19 vaccination card is not available, you can show your vaccine information through this app on your mobile device to our registrars to verify your information. Your Pfizer booster vaccine information will later appear in this app for your convenience.
  • You must wait 15 minutes after your vaccination before leaving or 30 minutes if you have a history of severe allergic reactions.

Additional Information

  • There is not a required wait period between receiving your flu vaccination and the PFIZER You can receive them on the same day if so desired however, flu vaccinations will not be offered at these clinics. This is a change from the 2020 CDC guidance.

Important Updates

UPDATE – September 23, 2021: The FDA authorizes COVID-19 PFIZER booster vaccines six months after the second PFIZER dose for people aged 65 years and older, people aged 18-64 years who have underlying medical conditions (see list below), and people aged 18-64 years who are at an increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of an occupational or institutional setting.

Medical Conditions for PFIZER Booster Vaccine Eligibility*

  • Cancer
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic lung diseases, including COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma (moderate to severe), interstitial lung disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension.
  • Dementia or other neurological conditions
  • Diabetes (type 1 or type 2)
  • Down syndrome
  • Heart conditions, including heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies, or hypertension.
  • HIV infection
  • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system)
  • Liver disease
  • Overweight and obesity (BMI > 25)
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell disease or thalassemia
  • Smoking (current or former)
  • Solid organ or blood stem cell transplant
  • Stroke or cerebrovascular disease
  • Substance use disorders

*List provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://cdc.gov/coronavirus).

UPDATE – August 23, 2021: Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Receives Full Approval by FDA

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, and will now be marketed as Comirnaty (koe-mir’-na-tee), for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older. The vaccine also continues to be available under emergency use authorization (EUA), including for individuals 12 through 15 years of age and for the administration of a third dose in certain immunocompromised individuals.

UPDATE – June 24, 2021: AAP Supports COVID-19 Vaccinations for Teens

The American Academy of Pediatrics joined the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and 14 other medical organizations to issue a statement in support of COVID-19 vaccines, in light of the data presented regarding myocarditis. Please follow the link to read the complete statement.

UPDATE – June 22, 2021: Summer Pfizer Vaccination Clinics at HMC

Whether you’re looking to get your child vaccinated before returning to school or need to get the family vaccinated to take a cruise, Hunterdon Medical Center is offering convenient first dose COVID-19 vaccination clinics on the second Wednesday of every month from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., July 14, 2021, through September 8, 2021. Second dose appointments will be scheduled at the first dose appointment.

Appointments can be made through our Online Appointment Scheduler (Click Here) or by calling our Vaccination Scheduling Center at (908) 237-4238. Our representatives will be happy to help you schedule an appointment weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

UPDATE – May 10, 2021: FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine for Teens Ages 12 -15

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to include adolescents 12 through 15 years of age. The FDA amended the EUA originally issued on December 11, 2020, for administration in individuals 16 years of age and older.

UPDATE – April 23, 2021: Resumption of J&J Vaccine

The State of New Jersey Department of Health has shared notification of the resumption of Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine usage.

Administration of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine may continue for persons 18 years of age and older upon the release of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) revised emergency use authorization (EUA) with updated facts sheets for patients and for providers.

UPDATE – APRIL 19, 2021: New Eligibility Groups Announced

The CDC and NJDOH have opened COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all individuals age 16 years and older. Please note, the only vaccine approved for teens age 16-17 is Pfizer. If you are interested in receiving the vaccine, please include your name on our vaccination waitlist to be scheduled for an appointment at an upcoming Hunterdon Healthcare COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic.

UPDATE – APRIL 13, 2021 FDA, CDC Call for Pause in Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

  • The FDA and CDC have called for a pause on the use of the J&J vaccine after six of the 6.8 million people who have received the vaccine experienced severe blood clots.
  • Tomorrow, the federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will meet to further discuss these reported cases of blood clots and determine the best and safest course to follow. We expect additional federal guidance will follow and will share any new information as soon as it’s available.
  • Vaccination will continue at our site using the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. These vaccines are not a part of this safety review.
  • According to the CDC, FDA, and NJDOH, individuals who have received the J&J vaccine, and experience abdominal pain, leg pain, shortness of breath, severe headache or other unusual symptoms within three weeks after vaccination should contact their healthcare provider.

FAQs

If you lost your COVID-19 vaccination card, you can request your immunization record by visiting the New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS).

Once on this page, complete the following actions:

  1. Click on “Submit a Request” from the top blue ribbon.
  2. Click “I want to request a copy of my immunization record from NJIIS”, which will open a form that you need to complete. Note: You will need to attach a copy of your photo ID. Acceptable forms of ID include: a state-issued photo driver’s license with address; a state-issued photo non-driver’s identification card with address; a similar form of identification issued by this State, another state, or the Federal government; or a photo identification card issued by a New Jersey County Clerk.
  3. If you wish to have a copy of the COVID-19 vaccine lot number, please write this in the description section of the ticket.
  4. Click “Send” to submit your request, and your request will typically be processed within 24-48 business hours.

Note: All immunization records will be mailed. They cannot be emailed.

If I received my first dose of Pfizer or Moderna does my second dose have to be the same brand?
Yes. Your second dose appointment will be made when you arrive for your first dose.

If I received my first vaccine somewhere other than Hunterdon Healthcare can I receive my second vaccine at Hunterdon?
No. Second doses of vaccine are distributed to vaccination sites specifically for the individuals who received their first dose at that site. You should receive your second dose at the same facility as your first dose. If your first dose of vaccine was received out-of-state and you are not able to return to that state for your second dose, please contact our Vaccination Scheduling Call Center at (908) 237-4238 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, for guidance.

Where else can I get the vaccine in the area?
Please visit the NJ Vaccine Schedule System: https://covidvaccine.nj.gov/ for a list of vaccination locations.

If you registered through the state vaccine site you will first be notified when you become eligible for the vaccine and then notified again when an appointment is available to you through their scheduling system.

If I am not a Hunterdon County resident or do not work in Hunterdon County can I get the vaccine from you?
Hunterdon Healthcare is permitted to administer vaccines to all individuals who live, work, go to school, and/or receive medical care in the State of New Jersey. Eligibility is not restricted to the specific county in which you live or work.

If I am feeling sick on the day of my vaccine appointment can I still receive it?
Please call your Primary Care provider for individualized instructions.

What are the differences between the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines?
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are made using messenger RNA, or mRNA, a technology that delivers a bit of genetic code to cells — in effect, a recipe to make the surface protein (known as spike) on the SARS-2 virus. The proteins made with the mRNA instructions activate the immune system, teaching it to see the spike protein as foreign and develop antibodies and other immunity weapons with which to fight it.

The J&J vaccine uses a different approach to instruct human cells to make the SARS-2 spike protein, which then triggers an immune response. It is what’s known as a viral vector vaccine. A harmless adenovirus that can’t make you sick has been engineered to carry the genetic code for the SARS-2 spike protein. Once the adenovirus enters cells, they use that code to make spike proteins.

The Pfizer vaccine has been authorized for use for people aged 12 and older. Moderna’s has been cleared for use in people 18 and older. J&J’s vaccine has been cleared for people 18 and older.

The Pfizer vaccine showed an efficacy of 95% at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 infection after two doses. The Moderna vaccine was 94.1% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 after the second dose. Comparing the efficacy of those vaccines to the efficacy of Johnson & Johnson’s is challenging because of differences in the designs of Phase 3 clinical tests. Pfizer’s and Moderna’s trials both tested for any symptomatic COVID-19 infection. Pfizer started counting cases seven days after receipt of the second dose of vaccine, while Moderna waited until day 14 to start counting cases.

J&J, by contrast, sought to determine whether one dose of its vaccine protected against moderate to severe COVID-19 illness — defined as a combination of a positive test and at least one symptom such as shortness of breath, beginning from 14 or 28 days after the single shot. (The company collected data for both.)

There are two other key differences in the study data: geography and calendar. The studies were done in different locations where different strains were circulating. And they were done during different months when the amount of virus in the community differed.

Because of the difference in the trials, making direct comparisons is a bit like comparing apples and oranges. The J&J one-dose vaccine was shown to be 85% protective against severe disease.

Medical Mondays Program – COVID-19 Vaccine 101 – What do Patients Need to Know?

Hunterdon Healthcare hosted our first Medical Mondays program today. If you missed the program or would like to share what you learned with family and friends, below is a link to the program. This program focused on COVID-19 Vaccine 101 – What do Patients Need to Know?

Hunterdon Healthcare Hosts Virtual Educational Program: COVID-19 Vaccine 101 – What do I need to know?

Hunterdon Healthcare is introducing a new virtual series called Medical Mondays.  The first program will focus on COVID-19 Vaccine 101 – What do I need to know? This program will be held on Monday, January 18th from 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. via Google Meet.

COVID-19 Vaccine 101 will be moderated by Patrick Gavin, President and CEO of Hunterdon Healthcare, and include specialists:  Geralyn Prosswimmer, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Hunterdon Healthcare Partners, and Lisa Rasimowicz, MSN, RN, CIC, Director, Infection Prevention and Patient Safety Officer, Hunterdon Healthcare.

Topics will include, but are not limited to, the difference between the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, the effectiveness of the vaccines, what is an mRNA vaccine, possible side effects, immunity, and the phases, roll out and Hunterdon Healthcare’s vaccine response plans.

Attendees can submit questions in advance to Kseelig@hhsnj.org or post via the chat feature during the program. To register, please email Kathleen Seelig, Corporate Director Marketing and Public Relations, Kseelig@hhsnj.org. A confirmation email and the Google Meet link will be sent once registration is received.

 

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