Medical Programs


Our medical programs


Patient care is done in our multi-specialty, integrated services agency. The Dr. George Perez Medical Care Center, at NJCRI, is defined by compassionate and superb care, led by a skillful and dedicated team of physicians, clinicians, and staff who seek to empower those facing health disparities to live healthy, productive and independent lives.


The Counseling, Testing, and Referral Health Screening Department conducts free pre/post test counseling as well as HIV, HepC, and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) testing to individuals considered to be at risk. These services are provided at our on-site location and mobile units at no cost and completely confidential.

Many people are frightened by the idea of getting tested for HIV. Yet knowledge truly is power. It is better to know your status than to not know. For more information call (973) 412-8300.

The Counseling and Testing Mobile units are available to attend your local community events. Please call our toll free number one month in advance to request our attendance: 1(888) 688-9097.

Services are being funded through the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, New Jersey Department of Health, Healthcare Foundation of NJ, Division of HIV/STD and TB Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Geargia


NJCRI offers inclusive, comprehensive primary care for the LGBQT community with a special mission to provide gender affirmative as well as supportive care to the trans community. We aim to provide state of the art care in a safe, welcoming environment, featuring preventive, primary care, infectious disease care and gender affirmative hormonal treatment under one roof. We offer mental health, substance use treatment and case management services as well as medical care to all and strive to treat the whole person. If you need a medical home, NJCRI is that place.

For more information or to make an appointment please contact our registration office at: (973) 483-3444; Ext: 247


At NJCRI our clinical social workers practice a holistic approach to treatment which takes into account not only the individual client’s emotional and psychological makeup, but also medical, societal and environmental factors that can impact the well-being of each client.


We offer people of Northern New Jersey access to clinical trials sponsored by pharmaceutical companies, as well as government studies. Clinical Trials are research studies. They are designed to look for the best way to care for people with HIV and other illnesses. They may test new drugs or new uses for old drugs. Trials may look for the best way to treat or prevent the complications that come with HIV disease progression and the side effects these powerful drugs can cause.

A Clinical Trial is conducted by doctors and nurses who follow a set of instructions called a protocol. The protocol spells out the goal of the study, who may join the study, and how the study will be carried out.


Over time we have witnessed a growing need for medical services for the youngest and most vulnerable members of our community. As a result, we have worked with the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey and are now proud to offer our community an Integrated Pediatric Medical Practice that provides top-notch Pediatric Wellness (e.g. physicals and vaccines),  for children in our community (ages 3–18). All program participants are eligible to participate in one of NJCRI’s many medical,support-based, and/ or community support services (e.g. food bank). NJCRI will also assist with Medicaid for eligible children, regardless of immigration status. 

Led by clinicians with over a Century of combined clinical expertise and an administration with over 25 years of community-based healthcare management experience, NJCRI’s offers the care your child deserves in a location and atmosphere that embraces all children’s and family’s unique needs and strengths. We accept most major insurance and the list is growing daily. Please call (973) 483-3444 to make an appointment!

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