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News & Events2018-06-15T13:27:09+00:00


The Importance of Sports Physicals

Sep 24th, 2021|

A physical examination is a routine test your primary care provider (PCP) performs to check your overall health. The exam also gives you a chance to talk to them about any ongoing pain or symptoms that you’re experiencing or any other health concerns that you might have. Yearly physicals are something you shouldn’t skip. And if you have a school-aged [...]


Sep 21st, 2021|

LEGENDS OF ROCK! ELTON JOHN : 'FAREWELL YELLOW BRICK ROAD' THE FINAL TOUR 107.1 The Boss is hooking you up every month with 'Legends of Rock' concert tickets! This month, enter for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Elton John's 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' The Final Tour at MetLife Stadium on Saturday, July 23rd 2022! Brought to you by Immediate Care - Your [...]

6th Annual Kids Fishing Trip

Sep 1st, 2021|

On Monday, August 30th, Immediate Care Medical Walk-In of New Jersey hosted the 6th Annual Kids Fishing Trip. CEO, Sal Cannizzaro, welcomed approximately 40 children and adults from community organizations Father Time, Frances Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth and Middlesex County for a fun-filled day of fishing sponsored by Immediate Care. The 75-foot charter boat left [...]

Common Summertime Ailments

Jul 15th, 2021|

Any exposed part of your body is susceptible to sunburn. Even covered areas can burn if, for example, your clothing has a loose weave that allows ultraviolet (UV) light through. The most sun-exposed area of our bodies is our face. It is important at all ages to wear sunscreen or sun barriers when you are going to be out [...]

COVID-19 Testing

Apr 9th, 2021|

Nobody can deny the challenges the world has been faced with in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes have affected the way we work, socialize, learn, dine, and even interact with each other. While things have certainly improved since the virus first hit in 2020, we are still not out of the woods when it comes to the [...]

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