Welcome to Care Station Medical Group. We are New Jersey’s premier medical provider, delivering quality healthcare to our community since 1990.
Care Station Medical Group is a member of RWJBH Accountable Care, LLC, an Accountable Care Organization (ACO). We are also proud to participate in Medicare’s Primary Care First Program. This means we are held to the highest standards as a medical practice to provide critical care management, enhanced patient access to medical care, and innovative ways to promote health and wellness to our patient population.
Consider us more than just your neighborhood doctor’s office. As an Open-Access Primary Care Practice, we provide for all your medical needs. You may schedule an appointment or walk in. Our proactive approach to managing your care allows us to maintain your health and identify problems when they are early and more treatable.
Care Station Medical Group will escort you through the complex maze of healthcare. By choosing one of our primary care providers, you join a team who shares with you the responsibility of achieving great health! Join us in this partnership to maximize your well-being.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology allows healthcare providers to use devices that gather
and analyze health information without a face-to-face appointment or in-person testing. RPM is not
a new practice, but it continues to grow in popularity for the convenience it provides patients and the
opportunities it offers to improve patient care.
Remote patient monitoring technology can be used to manage a variety of acute and chronic
conditions or symptoms, including:
- High blood pressure and other heart conditions (A remote blood pressure monitoring cuff allows the patient to take their reading and instantly
send the data to your electronic health records for your review)
- Diabetes (Internet-connected glucose monitors allow you and your patients to track blood sugar levels in
- Weight loss or gain (Bluetooth-enable “smart scales” are popular with patients because they can connect to wearable
fitness tracking devices)
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (Common COPD monitors include photoplethysmography and respiratory force sensors)