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New Jersey

Practice Areas: Family Practice, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Internal Medicine

Specialists: Yes; Specialists are considered, but primary care is prioritized and the need for a specialist must be well documented.

Application Review: Year-round Rolling Review; New Jersey does not officially have "Flex" spots but has its own program similar to Flex.  

Notes: The Department's policy is completely discretionary, voluntary and may be modified or terminated at any time. The submission of a complete waiver package to the Department does not ensure that the Department will recommend a waiver. In all instances, the Department reserves the right to recommend or decline any request for a waiver. In order to facilitate review of the waiver requests by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, the request for waiver should come from a health care facility on behalf of a J-1 physician, and not directly from a J-1 physician or physician's representative.  All of the required information and documentation must be submitted in a single package with documents presented in the order set forth. All documents must contain the case number assigned by the U.S. Department of State.

Contact: Linda D. Anderson
Office of Primary Care
NJDOH – Family Health Services
Capital Plaza
50 East State Street
P. O. Box 364, 6th Floor
Trenton, NJ 08625-0364

Phone: (609) 292-1495

E-mail: linda.anderson@doh.nj.gov

Website: http://www.nj.gov/health/fhs/primarycare/provider-placement/

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