The partnership creates one of the largest urology groups in the United States, with 124 providers in 52 locations, including five cancer treatment centers. Combined, the organizations will have more robust resources for patients and employees alike and be able to better serve patients in northern and central New Jersey.
“We are very excited to welcome them as partners,” Scott Ciccarelli, CEO at UMA, said. “Their innovative practices and prime location strengthen NJU’s ability to provide high quality care offerings to all patients across New Jersey.”
Premier physician Dr. Kenneth Ring added, “The integration of our practice with NJU will allow our patients access to the latest technological breakthroughs in the fields of urological oncology, stone disease, enlarged prostate (BPH), voiding dysfunction and incontinence in women and men, and pediatric urology. We are thrilled to join the team and look forward to continuing to provide best-in-class care to our growing patient base.”