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About NJ Doctors

Little scrapes can be treated at home. Life-threatening conditions, like strokes and chest pains, require a trip to the ER. For everything in between, there’s urgent care. NJ Doctors Urgent care offers treatment to patients of all ages for injury and illness, like the flu, asthma attacks, broken bones, cuts requiring stitches and more.

Wait times and cost to you and the overall health system is significantly less than a visit to the ER. No appointment is necessary, simply walk in. Convenient and quality care for ailments that are unscheduled.

Meet Our Doctors

Aashish Desai, M.D.

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
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R. Imran Baig, M.D.

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
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Jennifer Matier, M.D.

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
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Genarro Marino, D.O.

  • American Osteopathic Association
  • Fellow of American College of Emergency Physicians
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Simarjit Singh, M.D.

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
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Our Services

Illnesses

Sometimes waiting for your general physician is not the best option…

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Injuries

From treating sprained ankles to broken limbs, the expert medical…

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Labs and Xray

NJ Doctors Urgent Care is equipped with experienced doctors and medical…

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Occupational medicine

At NJ Doctors, our aim is to help your employees stay healthy and productive.

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School Physicals

Whether your child is preparing to start kindergarten or will be graduating…

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Vaccines

NJ Doctors vaccination clinic in New Jersey offers a wide range..

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Women’s Health

Looking for a reliable women’s health care clinic in NJ? Look no further than NJ Doctors.

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Why NJ Doctors?

Just walk through our doors and get treated. No appointments or referrals necessary. There is always a doctor on site.

We accept most insurances and typically your urgent care co-pay will be significantly less than your ER co-pay.

No insurance? No worries. We have affordable and competitive rates that are significantly less than the ER and other clinics.

A visit to one of our centers usually lasts less than half hour. This means you can get in, get treated by experts.

What our patients are Saying

I was coughing for 2 weeks, turned out that I had pneumonia. My doctor gave an antibiotic shot and sent a prescription to my pharmacy. I was feeling better the next day.

-Sergio

I went in for hip pain, the doctor there performed a thorough exam and Xray to diagnose and treat my injury.

-John

This place is great. I waited for less than 5 minutes. Staff is friendly from the receptionist to the doctor.

-Samantha

I feel like a teenager again. Thanks, Doctors. I really appreciate what you’ve done for me.

-Richard

I took my son there after a fall. The receptionist quickly checked us in and were seen by the doctor in few minutes. He broke his arm and was casted in no time. We were out of there in less than an hour.

-Julia

Fast and convenient. Love this place.

-Zack

Buzz in the community

Why Have Laboratory Testing Done At An Urgent Care Center?

More and more, people are choosing to have blood work and laboratory testing done at urgent care centers. This is likely for some of the same reasons people choose urgent care centers for anything else: Urgent care is more convenient; usually in your neighborhood and open after normal business hours.

May 7, 2019
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Preventing & Treating Ankle Sprains & Strains

Accidents happen, it is a regular part of life to sustain an injury every once in a while. Ankle sprains and strains happen all the time.

October 16, 2018
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Flu Season 2018 – Tips to Help You Stay Healthy

With another fall upon us, colder air, shorter days, and kids back in school, susceptibility to influenza, as well as coughs and colds is increasing.

October 5, 2018
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