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Practice of Good Health for Today’s Family WELCOME TO Obstetrics and Gynecology • Pediatrics Women’s Health • Men’s Health • Family Wellnesss Bay Family Medicine Sandra Arango-Fahmy, D.O. Jennifer Turkish, M.D. 26 Throckmorton Lane Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857 (732) 360-0287 Mon 8 AM -4 PM, Tues 9 AM -8 PM Wed 8 AM -4 PM, Thurs 10 AM -8 PM Fri 8 AM -4 PM Bay Obstetrics and Gynecology Steven R. Berkman, M.D., FACOG, FACS Borislava Burt-Lido, D.O. Eumena Divino, M.D., FACOG Steven C. Goldberg, M.D., FACOG 3 Hospital Plaza, Suite 314 Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857 (732) 360-4080 Mon 9 AM -5 PM, Tues 9 AM -5 PM Wed 12 PM -7 PM, Thurs 8 AM -4 PM Fri 9 AM -4 PM 740 Route 1 North Iselin, New Jersey 08830 (732) 362-3840 Mon 9 AM -6 PM, Tues 8 AM -6 PM Wed 9 AM -4 PM, Thurs 9:30 AM -3:30 PM Fri 9 AM -3 PM This season, Bay Obstetrics and Gynecology is branching out in new directions to serve the healthcare needs of the Middlesex community. Two of central New Jersey’s top obstetricians – Dr. Steven R. Berkman and Dr. Steven Goldberg – both experi-enced, board-certified gynecologists, are now seeing patients at their new office in Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Medical Arts Building at 3 Hospital Plaza in Old Bidge, as well as in Iselin. All of the Bay physicians are board-certified and provide comprehensive healthcare for women of all ages. Dr. Eumena Divino and Dr. Borislava Burt-Libo continue to practice at Bay Obstetrics & Gynecology in Iselin. In this issue, all four of these doctors answer some of the questions that women often ask about their health and the health of their family. In an important must-read for all parents, psychiatrist Dr. Nanditha Krishnamsetty ex-plains what parents need to know about the growing incidence of teen suicide. No parent ever wants to hear their teen say, “I’m going to kill myself,” but it is important to always take such statements seriously and immediately seek assistance from a qualified mental health professional. Another all-too-common problem among our young people is self-inflicted injury. Each year, approximately 157,000 youth be-tween the ages of 10 and 24 receive medi-cal care for self-inflicted injuries at Emergency Departments across the country. Dr. Krishnamsetty shares risk factors and warning signs to watch for. If it’s fall, flu season can’t be far away. Family medicine physicians Dr. Sandra Arango-Fahmy and Dr. Jennifer Turkish give flu a double whammy with reminders about flu shots and proper hand washing techniques. Everyone six months or older should get a flu shot, and keeping hands clean is one of the simplest yet most impor-tant steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Thank you for reading this issue of Bay Wellness. We look forward to being your part-ner in the practice of good health. Sincerely, Denise Cruz Director, Practice Operations Raritan Bay Medical Center Womens Health Center Neeti Misra, M.D., FACOG 466 New Brunswick Avenue Perth Amboy, New Jersey 08861 (732) 324-3300 Mon, Tues, Wed 8:30 AM -4:30 PM Thurs 10 AM -6 PM Fri 8 AM -4 PM Bay Behavioral Health Nanditha Krishnamsetty, M.D. Frank Paluzzi, LPC Diane Mansmann, LCSW, BCD, CAS Jennifer Rergansami, LCSW 26 Throckmorton Lane Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857 (732) 360-0287 Mon 8 AM -4 PM, Tues 9 AM -8 PM Wed 8 AM -4 PM, Thurs 10 AM -8 PM Fri 8 AM -4 PM 516 Lawrie Street Perth Amboy, New Jersey 08816 (732) 324-5199 Mon 9 AM -5 PM, Tues 9 AM -12 PM Michael R. D’Agnes President and CEO Raritan Bay Medical Center Lynette King Davis Vice President Marketing and Business Development Eric Muench Manager Corporate Communications Denise Cruz Director Practice Operations This material provided in Bay Wellness magazine is intended for general information only and should not replace the advice of your physician Bay Wellness is published by Raritan Bay Medical Center and produced by Living In Media. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without written consent from the publisher. RETURN ADDRESS Raritan Bay Medical Center 530 New Brunswick Avenue Perth Amboy, New Jersey 08851 COVER PHOTO by: McKay Imaging facebook.com/myrbmc • www.rbmc.org • twitter.com/myrbmc 2 • • Fall 2015

WELCOME TO Baywellness

Denise Cruz

This season, Bay Obstetrics and Gynecology is branching out in new directions to serve the healthcare needs of the Middlesex community. Two of central New Jersey’s top obstetricians – Dr. Steven R. Berkman and Dr. Steven Goldberg – both experienced, board-certified gynecologists, are now seeing patients at their new office in Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Medical Arts Building at 3 Hospital Plaza in Old Bidge, as well as in Iselin.

All of the Bay physicians are board-certified and provide comprehensive healthcare for women of all ages. Dr. Eumena Divino and Dr. Borislava Burt-Libo continue to practice at Bay Obstetrics & Gynecology in Iselin.

In this issue, all four of these doctors answer some of the questions that women often ask about their health and the health of their family.

In an important must-read for all parents, psychiatrist Dr. Nanditha Krishnamsetty explains what parents need to know about the growing incidence of teen suicide. No parent ever wants to hear their teen say, “I’m going to kill myself,” but it is important to always take such statements seriously and immediately seek assistance from a qualified mental health professional.

Another all-too-common problem among our young people is self-inflicted injury. Each year, approximately 157,000 youth between the ages of 10 and 24 receive medical care for self-inflicted injuries at Emergency Departments across the country. Dr. Krishnamsetty shares risk factors and warning signs to watch for.

If it’s fall, flu season can’t be far away. Family medicine physicians Dr. Sandra Arango-Fahmy and Dr. Jennifer Turkish give flu a double whammy with reminders about flu shots and proper hand washing techniques. Everyone six months or older should get a flu shot, and keeping hands clean is one of the simplest yet most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.

Thank you for reading this issue of Bay Wellness. We look forward to being your partner in the practice of good health.

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