New Jersey Urology and Summit Health FAQs

In January 2022, New Jersey Urology (NJU) joined Summit Health, the region’s premier integrated network of urgent, primary, and specialty care.

Why did New Jersey Urology and Summit Health come together?

NJU and Summit Health share a vision and mission of improving the way health care needs are addressed by offering timely, high-quality, comprehensive care with an exceptional patient experience. There is a commitment to connected, high-quality care that is shared by Summit Health and NJU. This relationship allows NJU to continue our path of growth and improvement by enhancing access to services, ensuring appropriate care management, and delivering continuity of care to an even greater patient population.

Who is Summit Health?

Summit Health is a physician-driven, patient-centric network committed to simplifying the complexities of health care and bringing a more connected kind of care. We were formed by the 2019 merger between Summit Medical Group, one of the nation’s premier independent physician-governed multispecialty medical groups, and CityMD, the leading urgent care provider in the New York metro area. Together, Summit Health delivers a more intuitive, comprehensive, and responsive care experience for every stage of life and health condition through high-quality primary, specialty, and urgent care. Summit Health now has more than 2,800 providers, 13,000 employees, and more than 370 locations in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Central Oregon. For more information, please visit

How is this change benefiting patients?

  • More accessibility to high-quality health care providers
  • Care at every connection to deliver improved outcomes at a lower cost of care
  • Improved efficiency
  • As part of CityMD, we provide the largest network of urgent care locations in the metropolitan area

What will change when NJU becomes Summit Health?

The NJU community can expect positive impacts to the patient experience, benefiting from additional resources to invest in the areas that matter most to our patients, like high-quality care, convenient services, and digital access. What noticeable change you will see is the name. NJU will become Summit Health.

Will my NJU providers remain the same?

Yes. Continuity of care is our priority. Your doctors will remain the same, plus you have access to a broader network of multispecialty providers that will offer even greater access to care than you have today. Click here to Find a Provider.

How will I make appointments with my NJU doctors in the future?

You can continue to schedule appointments with your NJU care team the way you always have. Please visit our Find a Doctor page or call your healthcare provider to get started.

Can I keep my current insurance?

Yes, your insurance will remain the same. We also recommend that you always verify location and physician participation with your health plan.

Will I continue to use MyChart?

Yes. You can continue to use MyChart to securely manage and see your health information 24 hours a day from anywhere you are. You can access MyChart from your phone, tablet, or computer and stay connected to your health care. For any medical emergencies, please call 911.

Will the billing processes change?

There are no immediate changes, but we expect that billing statements will appear differently in the coming months. The billing process will remain the same, however.  If you have questions or concerns about billing and insurance, please call (908) 790-6500.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding your wellness and care, please contact our patient relations team at (908) 977-9499 or email

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