IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PATIENTS ABOUT THE CLOSING OF SUSSEX COUNTY PSYCHIATRIC
Please be advised that Sussex County Psychiatric Associates will be closing its practice as of February 28, 2019. No medical services will be provided by SCPA after that date.
If you would like to receive your medical records, or have your records forwarded to your new doctor please contact the office at (973) 426-1640 in order to obtain the medical records release form. The record release form may be mailed to Sussex County Psychiatric Associates at 185 Route 183, Stanhope, NJ, 07874 ATTN: Medical Record Request or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All requests for records must be submitted by May 28, 2019. Please note that after February 28, 2019, there will no longer be anyone at the above phone number to answer your call. Please be further advised that after May 28, 2019, it is anticipated that the records will be maintained at the above address for the remainder of the record retention period required by law.
If you need medical care prior to February 28, 2019, please do not hesitate to contact the office at (973)426-1640 or your local Hospital Emergency Department.
Sussex County Psychiatric Associates
I love my experience at SCPA. Dr. Siddiqui always listens to me and is always there for me. The staff is extremely helpful.
I thank Margaret for her continued help over the past 3 years. I look forward to each session and feel better afterwards.
Margaret helps me get through everything. She is very happy every time we see her. She is a very loving therapist.
Dr. Lizardo is very pleasant, caring, and understanding on how I feel.
I feel Dr. Young takes his time with me and he is very understanding. He is a very compassionate person and he always makes time for his patients.
The staff at SCPA are all very professional and have helped my family cope with life stresses in a positive way. The therapy is excellent and the entire staff shows they care.
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