You will receive a digital blood pressure machine. This device will connect to your phone and from there it will transfer the blood pressure reading to your patient chart; allowing the Care team to better manage your health. ASK your Medical Provider or Chronic Disease Care Coordinator how you can JOIN TODAY!
Call to Enroll or for more information
Atlantic County: 609-833-5124 or 609-500-5493 Burlington County: 609-500-5567 Salem County: 856-340-0446
Know the Symptoms of Monkeypox and When to Contact a Healthcare Professional
Testing and Vaccines: Monkeypox testing and vaccines are available at Cooper Hospital, by appointment only.
Cooper Vaccine & Testing Clinic, Cooper University Hospital, 300 Broadway, Camden. (At the intersection of Broadway and MLK Boulevard. Entrance off of MLK Boulevard. Follow the signs; do not drive into the parking garage.)
Join SJFMC as we celebrate Community Health Centers: The Chemistry for Strong Communities.
Check out our list of upcoming free events.
Wednesday, August 10, 2022 : Salem City Health Fair- 5pm-8pm at New Market Street between Hires Ave. and Belden St. Salem, NJ 08079.
Friday, August 12, 2022: Pleasantville Health Fair- Friday- 5pm-8pm at SJFMC Merle Pavilion, 932 South Main Street, Pleasantville.
Saturday August 13, 2022: Burlington Health Fair- 12am – 3pm at SJFMC Burlington Center, 651 High Street, Burlington, NJ.
Saturday August 13, 2022: Atlantic City Health Fair-12pm-3pm in Atlantic City at the parking lot next to the AC Civil Courts at N. South Carolina Ave. between Bacharach Blvd and Arctic Ave. Atlantic City.
Join us for free, fun and festive events complete with health and dental screenings, vaccines, backpack and produce giveaways, food trucks, face painting, photo booths and more!
SJFMC and Nurture NJ Family Festival
Caption: The SJFMC team poses with NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy!
On April 13th, SJFMC supported the First Lady Tammy Murphy’s Nurture NJ initiative by hosting a Family Festival at our Burlington City health center. With the help of more than 30 community organizations, we provided much needed resources, information and health services for pregnant mothers, new mothers, and all families in attendance. Our vaccination team was also present to protect the most vulnerable populations.
“The fact that black and brown women are three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women, coupled with another staggering statistic that black and brown infants die at double the rate of their counterparts, is unacceptable and alarming,” said Linda Y. Flake, MBA, President/CEO of Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc. “As a community health center, we provide all women with access to health care, regardless of their ability to pay. We have a robust Women’s Health Care Program and deliver close to 1000 babies across southern New Jersey. Our mission is to break down the disparities in health care by addressing chronic conditions and social determinants such as education, racism, transportation, and implicit bias to provide our pregnant patients, mothers, and babies with the best chance of living fulfilling lives. We still have much work to do, but the future holds much promise, as demonstrated by First Lady Murphy’s commitment to prioritize and address the maternal and infant health crisis through Nurture NJ. This program has placed a spotlight on this issue, has connected existing community partners, and directed new resources toward eliminating this disparity. We are so honored to participate in this important initiative and will continue our work with Nurture NJ! Together, with the partners that have been assembled across the state, we will make a difference.”
Caption: Migrant Health Manager Anali Reyes performs a health assessment on an expectant mother.
“With New Jersey turning a positive corner in our recovery from the pandemic, we are so excited to see the return of First Lady Tammy Murphy’s Family Festivals. While the upcoming festivals will be a bit smaller in scale as people get used to gathering again, they are just as important in connecting our families with important resources such as motor vehicle services that they can use to improve their everyday lives,” said Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, who serves as Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. “We encourage people to come to these mini family festivals and take advantage of the services and resources provided. More than 5,500 families were positively impacted by the festivals pre-COVID and we want to reach even more families, especially since many may still be feeling the effects of the pandemic.”
Stay tuned more information on upcoming family festivals. You can also check out our community calendar for upcoming events in your area. Click here to go to calendar
Caption: Senator Troy Singleton, SJFMC CEO Linda Y. Flake and First Lady Tammy Murphy show their commitment to improving lives.
Caption: SJFMC Women’s Health Coordinator Siobhan Moody meets one of her patients newborns with a smile!
BOOST NJ2 WEEK!
Make a plan today to get your booster shot as part of Boost NJ2 Week!
Boost NJ2 Week is running from Wednesday, February 23rd through Tuesday, March 1st.
Join SJFMC this Saturday 2/26 from 10 am – 5pm at the Tanger Outlets – The Walk in Atlantic City. The vaccine event will be help at the courtyard at the intersection of Arctic and Michigan Avenues. Primary Series and booster vaccines of Pfizer, Moderna and J&J will be available for people 5 years and older. Anyone who is vaccinated at this event will receive a $10 off coupon book to Tanger Outlets.
All SJFMC health centers also have walk-in availability to help make booster doses as available and accessible as possible. You can also schedule your shot here.
SJFMC offers the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Janssen COVID-19 vaccines. Individuals 5 years and older are eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. The Moderna and Janssen COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for those 18 and older. You must live, work, or study in New Jersey to be eligible. The vaccine is free to all eligible Americans.