South Branch Family Practice

South Branch Family Practice

Blood Pressure Machine to Calculate BMI

Blood Pressure Machine to Calculate BMI

48 Robbins Road

48 Robbins Road

We use iPatient Software for your EHR

We use iPatient Software for your EHR

South Branch Family Practice Logo  Practice of Dr. Juliano and Dr. Halper-Erkkila

As a Primary Care Facility, we are proud to serve all members of your family, from infants to the elderly. 

South Branch Family Practice is the family care practice of Julie Ann Juliano, M.D. and Ruby Halper-Erkkila, M.D., both of whom are experienced family health physicians serving the Branchburg and greater New Jersey area.  The focus of our practice is to provide your family with complete healthcare services.  We offer routine and preventative care services, including: physical exams and immunizations, illness and injury treatment, chronic disease management and specialist referrals.

 We are two separate practices under one roof.  This union affords you the advantage of continuity of care; one doctor that knows you and your family personally as well as coverage in the same location when your primary doctor is unavailable.  New and existing patients must call the phone number corresponding to the physician they seek regarding appointments.


New Patients:

 

  • We are currently accepting new patients!
  • Print and fill out your Demographics Info sheet to expedite your visit.
  • Download our New Patient Welcome Packet for more information.
  • To understand our Referral policy, click here
Welcome to the Waiting Room!

Welcome to the Waiting Room!

 

**Cancellation Policy as of August 1, 2012**

  • Cancellations can be made up to 24 hours in advance of the scheduled appointment time with no charge.
  • Cancellations made within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment time are subject to a $50 cancellation fee.  
  • If you cancel your appointment the day before or the day of your scheduled appointment, you will be charged.

June is...

National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) is an annual campaign to encourage people of all ages to "Take the Test, Take Control." Too many people don't know they have HIV. In the United States, nearly 1.1 million people are living with HIV, and almost one in five don't know they are infected. Getting tested is the first step to finding out if you have HIV. If you have HIV, getting medical care and taking medicines regularly helps you live a longer, healthier life and also lowers the chances of passing HIV on to others.

National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) is an annual campaign to encourage people of all ages to "Take the Test, Take Control."

Too many people don't know they have HIV. In the United States, nearly 1.1 million people are living with HIV, and almost one in five don't know they are infected. Getting tested is the first step to finding out if you have HIV. If you have HIV, getting medical care and taking medicines regularly helps you live a longer, healthier life and also lowers the chances of passing HIV on to others.