Dr. Maria Paschalidis Joins Englewood Health

December 4, 2018

ENGLEWOOD, NJ – Maria Paschalidis, DO, a family medicine physician, has joined the Englewood Health Physician Network and Englewood Hospital. Her clinical interests include women’s health, asthma, acute infections, diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. She welcomes new patients to her practice on Kennedy Boulevard in Union City.

“I’m proud to provide health care for adults and children in our community,” says Dr. Paschalidis. “Taking care of multiple generations of families gives me great satisfaction. My commitment to providing the best care for my patients includes a strong focus on prevention and wellness, which can be especially impactful when we get the whole family involved.”

“As a member of the Englewood Health Physician Network,” she adds, “I’m looking forward to enhancing the health and experience of our patients through shared medical records, increased communication, and working closely with specialists throughout the region.”

Dr. Paschalidis is board certified in family medicine. She received her DO from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and did her family medicine residency at CarePoint Health’s Christ Hospital in Jersey City, where she was chief resident. With a commitment to community service, as an undergraduate, Dr. Paschalidis volunteered at the University of Michigan Medical Center, where she supported patients, and at Ronald McDonald House Charities, where she organized events and prepared meals for patients and family members.

She is a member of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians and the New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. In addition to English, Dr. Paschalidis is fluent in Greek and has a working knowledge of Spanish.

More information is available online: englewoodhealth.org or by phone 833-234-2234.

Englewood Health is one of New Jersey’s leading hospitals and healthcare networks. Composed of Englewood Hospital, the Englewood Health Physician Network, and the Englewood Health Foundation, the health system delivers nationally recognized care in a community setting to residents of northern New Jersey and beyond. The hospital, founded in 1890, consistently earns high marks for clinical excellence and patient safety. Englewood Hospital is among the top 5% of hospitals in the nation to earn the 2018 Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award. The hospital is also nationally recognized for its nursing excellence, earning a fourth consecutive designation by the Magnet Recognition Program® in 2016. Areas of clinical excellence include cardiac surgery and cardiac care, cancer care, orthopedic surgery, spine surgery, vascular surgery, and women’s health, as well as bloodless medicine and surgery. Englewood Health is continually expanding services and enhancing access through the Englewood Health Physician Network, a coordinated network of office-based and hospital-based providers at more than 75 locations in six counties. Through the main acute-care facility, physician network, offsite diagnostic imaging centers, and a variety of community health and wellness programs, Englewood Health delivers a healthcare experience that puts patients at the center.


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