As of today, we are doing televisits on request. We generally will try to minimize televisits but will do such visits if there are circumstances that warrant them. It is in the best interest of all new patients to see us in our office.
At the present time, we are asking patients to call us when they arrive in our parking lot. Most of the time, we ask patients to proceed to our front door and ring the bell. We will do basic screening at that time. If you have been in contact with anyone diagnosed with Covid, please explain the circumstances including date and subsequent testing. We also ask patients to reschedule appointments if they have any symptoms indicating covid including loss of taste or smell, new rashes, loss of appetite, fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, or chest pain. If you need to discuss this policy with us or have any questions, please contact us.
Covid 19 Vaccines
Notice from Dr. Del Giudice and Dr. Froncek: 1/12/2021
This following url gives sites where the vaccine is currently offered.
We are finding many patients want to discuss the Covid 19 vaccines with the doctors. We are monitoring many sources of information, most notably the American College of Rheumatology website and publications and announcements from Penn Medicine Princeton Health in Plainsboro. Individuals with immunocompromising conditions or who take immunosuppressive medications or therapies might be at increased risk for developing severe COVID-19 illness if they become infected. We are monitoring recommendations that establish the safety and efficacy of the available vaccines in these groups.
We expect available information to change rapidly and it takes several days for us to update our website. Current information is regularly in the news. You might also monitor the CDC or state of New Jersey websites. Links are shown below.
You can preregister for your vaccine at
If you have been offered an appointment for a vaccine and have concerns because of your particular health issues, please call and request an appointment.