The University Doctors
Treating Every Generation, Teaching the Next Generation since 1976
For nearly 40 years, The University Doctors have been your hometown healthcare provider. With primary and specialty care offices throughout southern New Jersey, The University Doctors bring leading edge medical care to area residents.
In the News
- How important is the flu shot?
- What's New in Diabetes Management
- Dr. Elizabeth Helfer, Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine and
- Endocrinologist with
- The University Doctors
- Thursday, November 20
- 11 am to 12 pm - Conference Room C
As your primary care office, our physicians will manage and coordinate all of our medical care, including:
Routine preventive care
Diagnosis and treatment planning
Comunication with other health care providers
Referral and consultation with specialists
Educated in the osteopathic philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health, our physicians treat the whole person, not just a specific condition. We utilize the body’s self-regulatory and self-healing mechanisms to promote wellness.
Call for an appointment. Evening and weekend hours are available.
As your primary care office, we will coordinate all of your medical care. When medically necessary, one of our physicians will also help you select the proper specialist and continue to coordinate your care with the consulting doctor.
Specific interests include behavioral issues, asthma, allergies and lead exposure.
We provide newborn nursery care at Kennedy Hospital, Washington Township.
Walk-in Sick Visits
Monday through Friday, 8:30 - 9:30 am
Regular by-appointment hours
Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am - 7:30 pm
Friday & Saturday, 8:30 am - 12 noon
405 Hurffville-Crosskeys Rd
Sewell, NJ 08080
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University Doctors Pavilion
42 E. Laurel Rd
Stratford NJ 08084
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- Devon Health Services
- Horizon NJ Health
- Intergroup Services Corp.
- Medicare - NJ
- Railroad Medicare
- Uniformed Services Family Health Plan
- United Health Care Corp
This Month in MedicaLin
- How do the holidays affect a person with Alzheimer's Disease? (page 6&7)
- Can someone who exercises and is of normal weight have prediabetes? (page 3)
- I often have 'digestive problems' following a big meal. Should I be worried? (page 5)
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