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COVID-19 Information

At Princeton Medical Group we are requiring masks in areas where we have immunocompromised patients. Patients, visitors, providers and staff should wear a mask in these areas:

  • All patient waiting rooms where Oncology patients receive care
    • Princeton – 1st Floor, Suite 101
    • Plainsboro – 2nd Floor
  • Lab patient drawing areas – where Oncology patients receive care
  • Injection room – where Oncology patients receive care
  • Ambulatory exam rooms where Oncology patients receive care
  • Infusions Area in both Princeton/Plainsboro locations
  • Any setting or encounter where a patient requests that staff wear masks
  • For anyone who has symptoms of upper respiratory infection (e.g., those with a runny nose, cough, sneeze, allergies); even if you test negative for COVID-19

We encourage patients who are immunocompromised to continue to wear masks in all of our departments.

We appreciate your continued commitment to protecting the health and safety of our most vulnerable patients, and each other.

Important: Patients should call ahead of their appointment and tell us if you are experiencing any symptoms. Common symptoms associated with COVID-19 include fever, cough, sore throat, and cold. This will enable our providers to determine the best setting for you to receive care.