COVID-19 Vaccine Update: As of June 20, our Paramus Vaccination Center will be open Wednesday through Saturday only. The Wellness & Walk-In Care Center at the Garden State Plaza will remain open Monday through Saturday. We are offering vaccines at both locations, by appointment and walk-in, to those ages 12 and older. Click for hours of operation and to make an appointment.
Primary care is the foundation of your personal wellness. When you find a primary care provider you trust and have confidence in your care, you get the reassurance of knowing you're well looked after and safeguarded against illness.
The Valley Medical Group Approach to Primary Care
Valley Medical Group's primary care providers don't just help you maintain good health through regular exams, screenings and immunizations — they coordinate all aspects of your care and provide vital information about your health when you need additional testing or the services of a specialist.
Valley Medical Group also makes finding and seeing a doctor fast and easy, with online appointment scheduling and expanded office hours (including evenings and weekends). With locations in northern New Jersey and southern New York, there's a Valley Medical Group primary care provider near you.
Primary Care Services
- Comprehensive annual exams
- Immunizations (including annual flu shots)
- Care for acute and chronic illnesses
- On-site digital X-rays
- Laboratory services
- Screenings for diabetes, cancer and high blood pressure
- Cardiovascular risk assessments
- Smoking cessation assistance
Improving Access to Quality Healthcare
Many of Valley Medical Group's primary care practices were selected to participate in the federal Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program. Practices in this advanced primary care medical home model are committed to increasing access to quality primary care services, as well as strengthening relationships between patients and their medical providers.
For Valley Medical Group patients, this means more communication from their providers' offices; better coordination of care with specialists and other healthcare providers; and enhanced care for those who have multiple chronic diseases and higher needs.