TakeCareStayWell.com is a resource to help those in New Jersey locate some of information that may be helpful to know during this time, including insightful interviews from expert heath care professionals.

Everyone has been affected in one way or another by the Covid-19 outbreak.  Many have had significant changes into their regular health care visits. Remember to schedule and keep your existing health care appointments.

Medical Health Professional Interviews

Dr. Chandler Patton

Dianne DeOliveira from the 107.1 The Boss morning show interviews Dr. Chandler Patton about the lingering effects of the Covid-19 virus and the new Covid Recovery Program at Monmouth Medical Center.

Dr. Chandler Patton is the Pulmonary and Critical Care Section Chief and Medical Director for Critical Care, Pulmonary Rehabilitation and the Healthy Lives Program at Monmouth Medical Center.

Dr. Alexander King

Dianne DeOliveira from the 107.1 The Boss morning show interviews Dr. Alexander King about the safety precautions of doctor visit and screenings and how important it is to make and keep mammogram screening appointments.

Dr. Alexander King is Regional Director of Breast Radiology for Community Medical Center, Monmouth Medical Center, and Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus.

Vaccine Scheduling

Everyone 5 or older who lives, works, or studies in New Jersey is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine FAQ

Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Covid-19 Vaccinations.

NJ Testing

Testing centers are open in NJ.  Follow this link to the testing centers page at covid19.nj.gov

Protection Tips

Advice from the CDC on how to protect yourself and others to lower the risk of infection and minimize the spread.

Symptoms

CDC information on what the symptoms are, when to get tested and when to seek medical assistance.

If You Are Sick

Advice on what steps to take when illness is present, provided by covid19.nj.gov

NJ.Gov Public Health Hotline for Covid-19 Information

Live assistance regarding COVID-19 information is available. To speak with a health care professional, call 1-800-962-1253 and for general information and resources for basic needs, dial 211.