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Valley Medical Group’s Wayne Primary/Urgent Care Center Welcomes Internist

 
Board-certified internist Frances Anerousis, M.D., has joined Valley Medical Group’s Primary/Urgent Care Center in Wayne.  The center is located at 759 Hamburg Turnpike, in the Ramapo Plaza across from Office Depot. 
 
Valley Medical Group (VMG) is a multispecialty group practice comprising doctors and advanced practice professionals representing more than 30 medical and surgical specialties.
 
Dr. Anerousis has been practicing at the VMG Wayne Center since April 2013 in a part-time capacity.  On December 1, she became a full-time member of the medical staff, caring for patients from adolescence to geriatric age. 
 
Dr. Anerousis received her medical degree from Siena University School of Medicine and Surgery in Italy.  She completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at the Brooklyn Hospital Center/Weill Medical College of Cornell University.  Prior to joining Valley Medical Group, she had been associated with several medical practices in Morris, Somerset, and Mercer counties.  She is a member of the Medical Society of New Jersey, the American Medical Association, and the Hellenic Medical Association. She speaks English, Italian, and Greek fluently. 
 
“Internal medicine is the health care gateway for many patients and gives me the privilege to provide medical care that directly impacts patients’ health over the course of their lifetimes,” says Dr. Anerousis.  “The challenges of diagnosing and treating chronic diseases and acute illnesses – which sometimes involves investigation that resembles detective work – keep me on the cutting edge of new developments in the medical field that I love.  There is a tremendous amount of support here at the Wayne center and stability within Valley Health System that has made me feel incredibly welcome.” 
 
Valley Medical Group (VMG) comprises doctors and advanced practice professionals who practice at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, Valley’s Blumenthal Cancer Center in Paramus, seven primary/urgent care centers, and community-based practices throughout the region. VMG’s Primary/Urgent Care Center in Wayne provides the full spectrum of primary care and urgent care for illnesses, non-life-threatening emergencies, and sports and minor injuries, including burns, cuts, fractures, and sprains; physical examinations and treatment for acute and chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, asthma, and hypertension; women’s health services, including gynecologic well care and Pap smears; and preventive care, including immunizations, cardiovascular risk assessments, smoking cessation assistance, and screenings for cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
 
Many businesses, both large and small, contract with VMG in Wayne for comprehensive occupational health services, including physical exams, injury care, drug screenings, and alcohol breath tests.  Testing provided on site includes influenza A and B testing, blood tests, urinalyses, pregnancy tests, electrocardiograms (EKGs), hemoccult tests, finger stick glucose tests, rapid strep tests, and digital X-rays.  Same-day appointments are available, and appointments for routine care may be requested on line. 
 
VMG’s Wayne center is open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

For more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Anerousis, call 973-709-0099.
 
VMG offers close physician collaboration within and across medical specialties and seamless integration with all the resources Valley Health System has to offer.  Valley’s quality distinctions include four consecutive “A” ratings for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group; recognition by Healthgrades as one of America’s 100 Best hospitals for cardiac surgery and orthopedic surgery; three consecutive Magnet designations for nursing excellence; and the 2013 Women’s Choice Award for being voted one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience by women. 
 

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