BayWellness — Fall 2011
Heat, humidity, an earthquake and a hurricane – what a summer we’ve had!
At Bay Wellness, we hope you and your family had a safe and happy summer season and that the forces of nature didn’t keep you away from everything we love about summer in New Jersey. If anything did threaten to put a damper on your summer fun, hopefully you were able to turn to the physicians and staff at Bay Practices to help get you back on the road to enjoying all that the season offered you and your family!
As we turn to fall, we’re on the move at Bay Practices, continuing to deliver comprehensive care to meet the needs of you and your family.
This issue of Bay Wellness is full of important health information for your family, from back-toschool health concerns that teachers and parents need to know about to women’s health and wellness issues, plus the top health risks that young and middle-aged men can take steps to minimize.
In this issue, you’ll also learn about an important new addition to the Bay Practices – Bay Behavioral Health.
Teaming up with Bay Family Medicine and Bay Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bay Behavioral Health makes the full spectrum of high-quality compassionate behavioral health care available to children, adolescents, adults and families. Two convenient locations, in Old Bridge and Perth Amboy, provide a comfortable confidential setting with the utmost care, dignity and respect shown to the patient.
Bay Behavioral Health’s Old Bridge location is staffed by Nanditha Krishnam- setty,M.D.,a board certified psychiatrist specializing in children, adolescents and adults, and Frank Paluzzi, LPC, a licensed professional counselor providing adults with mental health and substance abuse counseling services. The Perth Amboy location of Bay Behavioral Health is staffed by Veronica Jensen, MSN, APNC, a licensed nurse practitioner nationally certifind in psychiatric and mental health nursing, and Diane Mansmann, a licensed clinical social worker.
Convenient day and evening appointments are available. Most insurance accepted. Call for more information and visit the Bay Behavioral Health location closest to you:
Also on the move, Bay Family Medicine is relocating to new offices.starting in october, visit us at 26 Throckmorton Lane in Old Bridge.
And remember, the Bay Practices are always just a click away! Visit us online at www.bayfamilymedicine.org and www. bayobgyn.org, and follow-us on facebook. com/myrbmc and twitter.com/myrbmc.
Thanks for taking the time to read Bay Wellness. We look forward to being your partner in the practice of good health.