Saint Peter’s Community Resources

The Department of Population Health at Saint Peter's University Hospital strives to make our community healthier by bridging the gap between medicine and public health. It means making sure that everyone, no matter who they are, has a chance to live a long and good life. We do this by working with physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers to identify and address the health needs of our patients and provide resources.

We also work to reduce health disparities, which are differences in health status that are not due to individual choices. Disparities can occur across race and ethnicity, economic status, age, geography, language, gender, disability status, citizenship status, and more. At Saint Peter's, our goal is to help everyone in our community live the healthiest life possible, no matter their background or circumstances.

Please see a list of our resources here.

Saint Peter’s Resources

Looking for a primary physician or specialist?

Find a Doctor

Looking for medical financial assistance?

Financial Assistance Program

To speak to a member of Saint Peter’s Population Health Department, call 732.745.8600, ext. 2074 or 6160.

Community Resources

These resources will be helpful in applying for benefits in New Jersey:

Housing and Utility

Food Insecurity

Transportation Services

Mental Health


Tax Preparation Help

Medicaid Help

Local Government

Still Need Assistance?

Please fill out the Microsoft Forms link at the bottom of the page, and one of our Population Health team members at Saint Peter's will get back to you as soon as possible. Please allow two business days for a response.

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