As a patient of HJAHC, you now have access to expanded primary care services including: dental, nutrition, social service, substance abuse assessment and intervention, mental and behavioral health, translation services, transportation, eye care, podiatry and an onsite pharmacy.
HJAHC Programs Include:
HJAHC Centering Families is a group care model of the Centering Healthcare Institute (CHI). The CenteringParenting model combines one-on-one child health assessment, interactive learning and community building in a postnatal group setting. HJAHC Centering Families will bring a group of 5 to 6 mom and baby pairs for care during their first two years of life. Based on the well-child visits schedule, in the 9 group sessions, the providers will provide well child care and also attend to health and safety issues of mothers.
Contact our HJA Centering Families Coordinator, Preeti Bhandari at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-278-6009.
AIM – Asthma Improves with Management
The goal of the AIM program is to reduce pediatric emergency room visits and school absences for asthma by eliminating exposure to asthma triggers and by improving ability to self-manage asthma symptoms. This is a collaborative effort with the Trenton schools, the City of Trenton and community-based agencies.
Henry J. Austin provides health treatment, case management and community education and outreach.
To learn more about this program, please call Maggie Vasil, Certified Asthma Educator AIM Coordinator, (609) 278-5910. The AIM program is supported through a grant from The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey. AIM is also supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program. Asthma Management for Coaches and Athletes was made possible through a grant from Trenton Thunder Charities.
Senior Care Outreach and Education Program
Funded by the Mercer County Office on Aging, the Senior Health Promotion, Outreach, and Assistance Program at the Henry J. Austin Health Center provides health education services to persons 60 years of age and older.
The emphasis of the Senior Health Promotion, Outreach, and Assistance Program is health promotion, disease prevention, health screening, and senior life enhancement through workshops and seminars. The program focus is directed at Mercer County minority seniors who are economically and medically disadvantaged.
All workshops are free!
Workshops are conducted at low income senior housing complexes, senior citizen centers, and faith-based organizations.
All workshops are conducted by certified physicians, licensed nurses and health care professionals. Some of the workshops being provided include:
- Blood Pressure Screenings
- Cholesterol and Hypertension
- Dental workshop & screening
- Diabetes / Heart Disease
- Diabetic Testing
- Exercise Class and Nutrition
- Importance of health screening/testing and safety issues
- Pain Management: Arthritis
- Seniors at Risk: HIV / AIDS
- Vision Screening and Workshop
- Flu Prevention / Hand Washing
- Flu Shot Clinic (as available)