Your well-being means convenient coordinated care in your home. Integrated senior care in senior housing means better outcomes and potential savings on Medicare costs. At Juniper, we’re bringing healthcare services on-site to our communities so you can better manage your health while we nurture your spirit!
Because your third act should be as healthy and happy as possible! Learn how our innovative Connect4Life signature program can help you do just that.
At Juniper Village, we’re doing all we can to nurture and empower without contributing to rising healthcare costs.
Integration with connected services and electronic health records (EHR) makes it easy to transfer clinical information and communication.
On-site services like primary care, pharmacy, therapy-driven wellness programming and labs help reduce the cost of emergency visits.
Real professionals are standing by to help facilitate access to related services provided through strategic partnerships and alliances.
Dr. Morgan serves as a collaborating physician for our New Jersey communities. And we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him in our cast.
Dr. Morgan is a dedicated primary care physician, board certified in internal and palliative medicine. He’s published two research studies and served as assistant professor of medicine at Loyola University Medical Center. But his passion is in direct patient care.
Dr. Morgan has been in private practice in Cedar Grove, NJ since 2005. His practice focuses on adult and geriatric medicine, with an emphasis on chronic care management. Dr. Morgan is also the co-founder and board president of Lamp for Haiti, a non-profit organization providing quality, low or no cost care in that country’s capital through their Cité Soleil health clinic.
“Before coming to Juniper, my mom was constantly in and out of the emergency room. Because I work during the day and she didn’t want to bother me, she would call 911 every time something slightly out of the ordinary occurred…
Since coming to Juniper a year ago, she has not been to the emergency room once. She is able to notify the staff and see the primary care provider right there at the community. I cannot tell you how much stress and worry this has taken off my back. And mom seems so much more relaxed, too. What a relief for both of us!”
Jan W. and her mother, Alice D.