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Hasbrouck Heights is Open

Dear patients,

Please be advised that moving forward our Hoboken and Wayne locations will be closed until further notice. The Hasbrouck Heights office will remain open for all morning monitoring but please note that we will be working on a weekend schedule and only have limited staff. Therefore, our phone lines will only be open from 8-11am. Please feel free to reach us via email at info@uranj.com.

You are also able to leave us a message with our answering service but note that only emergency calls will be replied to on the same day. Email will be our best form of contact after 11am.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Thank you,

URA


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