Everside Health to Open Three New Jersey Locations

Everside Health is further positioning itself as a leader in direct primary care.

By HFT Staff
July 28, 2022

Everside Health will open three locations in New Jersey. The addition of Fair Lawn in Bergen County, Toms River in Ocean County and Willingboro in Burlington County will bring the total number of Everside Health centers in the area to 13.  

By expanding its footprint in New Jersey and across the country, Everside Health is positioning itself as a leader in direct primary care. As an add-on benefit that works alongside existing health insurance, Everside Health provides patients with a radically different healthcare experience that is personalized, low-cost and accessible. 

In addition to the benefits to patients, Everside Health’s tech-driven, value-based model delivers quality outcomes and cost savings that on average reduce employers’ total healthcare costs by 17 percent in three years, and 31 percent in five years, respectively. Everside Health’s direct primary care model is a recognized resource for labor unions, school districts, municipalities and companies looking to provide affordable, accessible healthcare customized to the needs of their employees or members. 

Among the current New Jersey groups whose employees or members benefit from Everside Health’s services are the New Jersey State Health Benefits Program and School Employees' Health Benefits Program, 32BJ Health Fund and Moorestown Board of Education. 

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