PHCS News

Jul 30, 2015

Web Chat with Arshad Siddiqui, MD: Opiates—The Epidemic Continues

Opiate abuse remains an epidemic in New Jersey, and street drugs such as heroin pose only part of the problem. Prescription painkillers containing...
Jul 30, 2015

University Medical Center of Princeton Launches New Direct Access Colonoscopy Screening Program

University Medical Center of Princeton through a partnership with local gastroenterologists recently launched a new Direct Access Colonoscopy...
Jul 29, 2015

Advanced Imaging at UMCP Improves Diagnosis of Esophageal Disorders

Physicians at University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) are now better equipped to diagnose and treat patients with esophageal disease thanks to...
Jul 14, 2015

New Treatment Option at UMCP Offers Long-Term Relief from Chronic Reflux

University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) now offers Stretta Therapy, a minimally invasive endoscopic procedure that provides long-term relief...
Jul 6, 2015

New Internist Joins Princeton Medicine

Mark R. Schwartz, MD, an internist who recently graduated from residency, has joined Princeton Medicine, the employed physician group of Princeton...
Jul 1, 2015

Board Certified Internist Joins Princeton Medicine

Kathryn E. Morris, MD, a Princeton-based physician who is board certified in internal medicine, has joined Princeton Medicine, the employed physician...
Jun 27, 2015

7th Annual Kids Marathon

    More than 250 young runners, from 2-year-olds...
Jun 25, 2015

Art for Healing—University Medical Center of Princeton to Exhibit Paintings by Joanne Augustine

Indian Summer Bouquet (pictured above) will be among the paintings by Joanne Augustine exhibited at University Medical Center of Princeton...
Jun 24, 2015

PHCS Golf Outing Nets $282,000 to Benefit Center for Maternal and Newborn Care

Pictured, left to right: Mark Moore, Winter Services; Iyalla E. Peterside, MD, Attending Neonatologist, The Children’s Hospital of...
May 27, 2015

UPDATED Statement from Princeton HealthCare System

The police have completed their search of the hospital building.  No suspicious activity was found and the scene has been cleared. ...