We are proud to announce that Drs. Jason Hollander, Ansu Joy, and Daphne Dadzie were named NJ's 2019 Top Endocrinologists by NJ Monthly Magazine. Just another reminder why Advocare Endocrinology Associates of Princeton remains one of the most influential and respected endocrine practices in the garden state.
If the Ironman World Championships weren't enough, Dr. Hollander put 2 exclamation marks on 2019 in November. He finished the Princeton Half Marathon in 8th position with a time of 1:20:20 and in 12th position at the annual Trinity Church Turkey Trot with a time of 18:05. Why not first place? At 47, Dr. Hollander is more than 20 years older than the handful of athletes that finished in front of him. Father time will eventually catch us all! Coming off what could have been a career ending injury in April 2019, Dr. Hollander seems to have regained his speed and reminds the medical community that there is simply no fitter endocrinologist in the country and to that point no endocrinologist in the country who understands the intersection between nutrition/ fitness/ and metabolic health while performing at the highest level in endurance sport. Stay tuned for the release of Dr. Hollander's new fitness platform in January 2021 if you are ready to take control of your health!
As a valued patient of Endocrinology Associates of Princeton, LLC and Lawrenceville Internal Medicine Assoc, LLC (collectively, the “Practice”), we are writing to make you aware of a data security incident involving your email address that came to our attention on October 31, 2019. Although we have no reason to believe that your email address or any other personal information has been accessed or misused in any way, we are writing to make you aware of the incident so that you may take any necessary precautions.
To communicate certain administrative changes concerning the Practice and its operations, the Practice sent a standardized announcement email to patients on October 29, 2019. On October 31, 2019, the Practice determined that other patient email addresses may have been visible in the “BCC:” line when a patient opened the announcement email from the Practice.
It is important to note that the email delivered by the Practice did not include any medical information, home address, date of birth, social security numbers, or debit or credit card information about you; only patient email addresses may have been visible to other patients in the BCC line. There was no incident of hacking, loss of patient data or theft at the Practice related to this matter.
The Practice takes the protection of your personal and medical information very seriously. We regularly review our systems and privacy and security practices to enhance those protections. In response to this incident, the Practice has taken steps to prevent the recurrence of similar incidents. The Practice provided supplemental privacy and security training for IT staff, utilizes a different system to circulate email communications to patients and also strengthened security policies and procedures relating to email communications.
We sincerely regret any inconvenience or concern caused by this incident. Although we are not aware that your email address or personal information has been compromised and the risk of potential exposure is low, we want to make you aware of resources you may access to help safeguard your personal information. We have included additional information on identity protection and fraud prevention following the signature line of this letter.
If you have questions or concerns about this incident, please contact 1-609-896-0075, Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, or email@example.com.
After qualifying for a coveted World Championship slot on his first attempt at the Ironman Distance in Chattanooga TN, Dr. Hollander earned the honor of racing against some of the greatest endurance athletes in the World on Oct 12, 2019 in Kona, Hawaii. Tired of his place in the Medical Industrial Complex, where medications are the cure for inactivity, obesity, overnutrition, and a litany of related metabolic diseases - Dr. Hollander believes the fundamentals of endurance sport are the right way to battle type 2 diabetes and obesity. He hopes that in some small way his run through the lava fields of Hawaii last October will inspire his patients to get active and get off the hamster wheel of diabetes medications that is commonplace in modern medicine. There is no substitute in medicine for good nutrition, good sleep, and regular physical activity... and these are the fundamentals of endurance sport.
Elizabeth Tursi, APN, CDE is a nurse practioner and certified diabetes educator. She is dedicated to the care of diabetic patients and is especially skilled in insulin pump management and interpretation of continuous glucose data. She is collaborating with Dr. Hollander and every care plan will be a product of their combined expertise. It is truly an honor to have Liz as part of our care team.