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Raritan Family Health Care 

Joseph Scalia, DO; Lisa Jordan-Scalia, DO; Christina Khalil, DO

Specialty: Family Medicine

Joseph Scalia, do

Left to right: (top row) Drs. Christina Khahil, Robin Mukherjee, Jennifer Smith, APRN-BC, (bottom row) Drs. Lisa Jordan-Scalia, Joseph Scalia

Raritan Family Health Care is a patient-centered medical home where board certified physicians and husband-wife team Dr. Joseph Scalia and Dr. Lisa Jordan-Scalia treat every patient as an individual. “I like to say that at Raritan Family Health Care, our family is caring for your family,” says Dr. Joseph Scalia.

Convenience for Patients

The practice offers extended morning, evening, and weekend hours, and the doctors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for emergency calls. State-of-the-art electronic medical records allow patients and parents to contact the physicians via secure e-mail.

“We truly have a patient-centered philosophy, and always make ourselves available to patients,” says Dr. Christina Khalil, who is board certified in family medicine. “Keeping our patients healthy is just as important to us as treating their ailments.” 

Keeping Families Healthy

The doctors focus on treating a wide spectrum of illnesses while emphasizing good preventive care to keep children healthy. “Kids are innocent, funny, and sweet, and it’s rewarding to make a difference in their lives,” says Dr. Jordan-Scalia.

Dr. Scalia attended the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Somerset Medical Center. The former director of Somerset Hills Hospice, he serves on the board of trustees for Hunterdon Healthcare System, Hunterdon Medical Center, and Hunterdon Healthcare Partners. Dr. Jordan-Scalia and Dr. Khalil attended the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed their residencies at Somerset Medical Center and RWJ-Rutgers, respectively.

High-Quality, Low Cost Medical Care 

The practice is affiliated with Hunterdon Medical Center, Morristown Medical Center, and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. The modern, high-tech practice participates in a pilot program that works with insurance companies to provide the highest quality of care at the lowest cost to the patient. “We love that practicing family medicine allows us to treat the entire family—and, in many cases, three to four generations of families,” Dr. Scalia says.

 Dr. Scalia and Dr. Jordan-Scalia are both thoughtful and smart. ~Maia, Bridgewater

 Dr. Scalia shows genuine care in taking care of my family. -Cathy, Branchburg​

Raritan Family Health Care

Joseph Scalia, DO
Lisa Jordan-Scalia, DO
Christina Khalil, DO

901 U.S. 202, Raritan; 908-253-6640
2345 Lamington Rd., Ste. 104, Bedminster; 908-781-9800

This is an advertising profile from the December 2017 issue of New Jersey Family.

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