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NEW OFFICE

URGENT CARE & PRIMARY CARE

COMING THIS SUMMER

71 CRESCENT AVE., WALDWICK

Watch for more information soon!

 

Offering a higher level of quality healthcare

High Mountain Health Medical Group provides unmatched convenience in comprehensive healthcare in Passaic, Bergen and Morris counties for individuals and families, from children to adults of all ages.

With a staff of caring, board certified doctors, supporting medical staff, the latest in treatments and diagnostics, and several convenient locations, High Mountain Health Medical Group takes the practice of healthcare to a higher level by seeing patients when they need to be seen, including evenings and weekends, 365 days a year.

In addition to Family Medicine and Women's Health, High Mountain Health Medical Group offers Urgent Care and a range of other services and provides access to state-of-the art Radiology services through University Imaging, also located at 246 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne. For phone numbers, offices and directions, click here.

Health Tip and Practice Info

May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month
Osteoporosis is called a “silent disease” because it thins and weakens bones without showing symptoms until bone loss has progressed to an advanced stage. It affects both men and women, although women are at greater risk.

Prevention can begin at any age, ideally in the teen years. Make sure that you get your recommended amounts of calcium and Vitamin D and avoid smoking.

Early detection is easy. If you are more than 45 years old, ask your doctor if you should have a bone density scan to detect loss of bone mass. The scan is safe, quick and painless and is covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare. Several treatment options are also available to treat osteoporosis, should you find that you need them.
More information about bone scanning.


Allergy season continues
If you are one of the 35 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, you may already have noticed a change in the air.

Sometimes extra precautions during the height of allergy season are necessary to avoid severe reactions. Increasing your knowledge about allergies could help prevent you or a loved one from requiring emergency care for allergy-related attacks.

You can learn the daily pollen count in your area by visiting www.pollen.com and entering your zip code.

The continuing advice of you doctor is crucial to the long-term treatment of allergic conditions.

Recent NEWS

Wayne Magazine names David Rasa MD a 2014 TOP DOCTOROctober 2014
Wayne Magazine again recognizes David Rasa MD as a TOP DOC. The following interview about Dr. Rasa and the family behind High Mountain Health appeared in Wayne Magazine's fall issue. Read the full story

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