Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 5
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton


QUALITY CARE: “We see patients from newborns right through college, and our goal as pediatricians is to get to know the patient. Our priority is to spend time, and to have back and forth with them. We explain to them why something is being done. It’s a lot about preventative care.” Shown left to right are Dr. Helen Rose and Dr. Paula Zollner, pediatricians at The Pediatric Group.

Personalized Quality Care for Children Offered Since 1955 by The Pediatric Group

Jean Stratton

Finding the right doctor is so important. You want someone who is not only capable and offers quality care, but one who will listen to your concerns. This is especially true when the patient is a child.


PERSONAL SERVICE: “We are located in the Princeton University Store, but we are a full-service, family-owned pharmacy open to the public,” says Donna Zagoreos, pharmacist at The Princeton Pharmacy. “I especially enjoy helping people, and we try to make our service personal. You will see the same pharmacist when you come in, and we get to know you.”

Located at the U-Store, The Princeton Pharmacy Is Independent, Family Owned Apothecary Shop

Jean Stratton

In an age of diminishing independently-owned stores and rapidly increasing chains, The Princeton Pharmacy, Princeton’s home town apothecary shop, is a reassuring presence.


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