Your primary care physician is specifically trained to be your first point of entry into the healthcare system and will be your advocate in coordinating your ongoing care and making referrals to specialists.
Your primary care physician will monitor your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels and can help you reach or maintain a healthy weight. If you are at risk for heart and vascular disease or have any changes in your health that indicate increased risk, your primary care physician may determine that specialized care is needed. Your physician can then work closely with our heart and vascular team to coordinate the best plan of action.
If you don’t already have a primary care physician, you may consider selecting a doctor who specializes in family practice or internal medicine. A complete listing is available through Hunterdon Medical Center’s Physician Search.
Rupen Parikh, MDCardiologist
Izzat H. Shah, MD, FACCCardiologist
Harnish S. Chawla, MDInterventional Cardiologist
Ted Bialy, MD, FACP, FACCNon-Invasive Cardiologist
Jonathan K. Horiuchi, MDNon-Invasive Cardiologist
Austin H. Kutscher, MDNon-Invasive Cardiologist
Robert S. Lind, MDNon-Invasive Cardiologist
Andrew G. Rudnick, MDCardiac Electrophysiologist
Glen Tonnessen, MDInterventional Cardiologist
Andrey Espinoza, MD, FACC, FSCAIInterventional Cardiologist
William Schafranek, MDInterventional Cardiologist
Yaser Elnahar, MDCardiologist
Herman L. Maeuser, MDVascular Surgeon
Andrew Loesberg, MDInterventional Radiologist
Thomas Woo, MDInterventional Radiologist
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