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Raritan Bay Medical Center Launches Physician Websites
Date:6/21/2013

Perth Amboy, NJ (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

Raritan Bay Medical Center is pleased to announce the launch of dedicated physician and medical services specialty websites providing Monmouth and Middlesex county residents with quick and easy access to medical services and information. The websites are available on both desktop and mobile environments.

Raritan Bay Medical Center’s dedicated physician sites include the specific medical services provided, the background of the physician and a quick link to contact the practice. Visitors interested in weight loss, obstetrics & gynecology and internal medicine will find these sites informative and quick to access.

“It is our intent to be available for our community anywhere and at any given moment they need us. Physician dedicated sites allow our community to reach us beyond our hospital website. The sites are simple and focused on the physicians and the services they provide,” said Lynette King-Davis, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Raritan Bay Medical Center.

The physicians featured on these dedicated websites include:

  • Dr. Ayotunde Adeyeri, a board certified laparoscopic surgeon who specializes in minimally invasive weight loss and gastrointestinal procedures. drayotundeadeyeri.com.
  • Dr. Pamela Schultz, who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology and received her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and completed her residency at UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. During her time there, she received the outstanding research award. drpamelaschultz.com
  • Dr. Steven Berkman, a certified American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and American College of Surgeons member who has been teaching and practicing medicine for over 30 years. drstevenberkman.com
  • Dr. Steven Goldberg, who specializes in obstetrics and received his
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