Here For You, Meeting Your Medical Needs
Bergen New Bridge Medical Center is unique in offering more than twenty five Ambulatory Specialty Services to Bergen County and its surrounding communities. These outpatient services offer wonderful convenience, enabling patients to see their doctor(s), complete lab work, and have all their prescriptions filled at the same location.
Scheduling an Appointment at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Just Got Easier!
If you need to schedule an appointment for any of Bergen New Bridge’s Ambulatory Clinics—Medical & Specialty, Radiology, Cardiology, or Respiratory Service Areas—simply call the new Central Scheduling Department at 201-225-7130, open 8:30 am–5:30pm, Monday–Friday.
All other clinics require referrals from our medical clinic. Visiting the medical clinic first allows us to refer you to the correct specialist and to have the necessary testing and or procedures done prior to seeing the specialist.
Please be prepared to provide the following patient information when you call:
- Name, address, and daytime phone number
- Date of birth
- Reason for appointment
What if you don’t have insurance? You may be referred to the Credit and Collection Department to determine if you qualify for financial assistance.
Outpatient Department – Ambulatory Specialty Services
Our outpatient specialty clinics offer services in the following:
- Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
- Infectious Disease
- Pain Management
- Primary Care
- Sports Medicine
No medical clinic referral is necessary to attend the following:
- GYN (Gynecology)
Imaging Services Department
- MRI/MRA Services
- General Diagnostic Radiography including fluoroscopy
- T. Scanning
- Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine
- Diagnostic Ultrasound and Echocardiography
Our state-of-the-art surgical suite offers a comprehensive array of services that range from general surgery to specialized surgical programs.
- Spine Surgery
- Ankle Arthroscopy
- Carpal Tunnel Procedures and Total Joints
- Pain Management
- Non-Invasive Micro-Surgery
Gastro intestinal and pulmonary procedures include:
- Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography
Our quality services also include a post anesthesia care unit (PACU). Post-operative teaching, discharge planning, and follow-up evaluation is provided.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
How do I make a Medical Outpatient Department appointment?
If you need to schedule an appointment for any of Bergen New Bridge’s Ambulatory—Medical & Specialty, Radiology, Cardiology, or Respiratory Service Areas—simply call the new Central Scheduling Department at 201.225.7130, open 8:30 am–5:30pm, Monday–Friday. At time of scheduling appointment, patients will be advised to contact Credit & Collections prior to services for financial screening to verify insurance benefits and determine co-pay or qualification for financial assistance.
How do I register for a Medical Outpatient appointment?
Registration will be completed in the Medical OP Registration Department. The Registration Representative will obtain insurance information as well as demographics. After the registration process, patient will be given paperwork and directed to the Medical Clinic.
What do I need to bring to register for an appointment?
- Identification – Proof of residency (driver’s license or current bill showing address)
- Proof of Insurance – Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, etc. HMOs are not accepted unless Bergen New Bridge Medical Center is pre-approved as a provider by the HMO.
What if I don’t have insurance?
You may be referred to the Credit and Collection Department to determine if you qualify for financial assistance.
Who will take care of me?
Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses are responsible for coordinating your care. Attending physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners provide direct care and oversee your treatment plan in both medical clinics and in all specialty clinics. Outpatient support staff will schedule follow-up appointments.
New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory
People in New Jersey often have difficulty obtaining needed dental care due to limited income and lack of insurance. For that reason, the New Jersey Department of Health supports a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in the state which provides dental services according to a variety of payment methods based on eligibility guidelines.