Dr. Seaman Becomes Part of New Jersey Urology, the Largest Urology Group in the State of New Jersey

Effective November 1, 2016,  Dr. Seaman’s current urology group, the Urology Group of New Jersey (UGNJ) along with Skylands Urology will become part of New Jersey Urology, making the  combined entity the largest urology group in the state.    Simultaneously, the office will adopt a new Electronic medical record with a new patient portal.    Other than that, patients will see few changes in the beginning, as the same staff, doctors and office will be providing care.    Ultimately, this new combined group will have the potential to become a leader in healthcare in New Jersey, having the resources to offer the newest technology and provide even more in terms of quality and safety. 

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