#b#Bus Route Connects Princeton & UMCP#/b#
A new bus line between Princeton Borough and the University Medical Center at Princeton’s new hospital on Route 1 in Plainsboro has been launched by NJ Transit.
The new line — route 655 — will provide weekday access to the new hospital when it opens on Tuesday, May 22, and will be traveled by five buses.
The cost for the line is $1.50 one-way (65 cents to transfer) or $48 per month, and features five stops: Princeton Shopping Center; Nassau Street at Palmer Square, the Dinky Station; the hospital, and Scotts Corner Road at Ravens Crest Drive in Plainsboro.
The weekday-only buses will operate every 40 minutes from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., and every 75 to 80 minutes until midnight.
#b#New in Town#/b#
Capital Health Walk-In Primary Care, 625 Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown 08505; 609-298-2005. Al Maghazehe, president and CEO. www.capitalhealth.org.
Capital Health has opened Capital Health Walk-In Primary Care on Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown.
The location is a no-appointment-needed walk-in office. The practice includes Dr. Jessica Codjoe, medical director of the Walk-In Program at Capital Health, Dr. Elyse Carty, Dr. Maria Lugo, and Dr. Laura Riggins — all board certified in family medicine. Dr. Yancy L. Van Patten and Nurse Practitioner Suzanne Nawrock are also available to see patients.
“We realize that situations arise when you are not feeling well and you need to seek professional care outside of a regularly scheduled office appointment,” said Al Maghazehe, president and CEO of Capital Health. “If you want to get the medical attention you need but your condition isn’t serious enough to warrant a trip to the emergency room, our center is here to help.”
The new office joins Hamilton Physicians Group as Capital Health’s two primary care practices offering walk-in availability. The hours at the Bordentown office are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
NNIT, 650 College Road East, Third Floor, Princeton 08540; 609-955-4949. Jonas Dan Jorgensen, general manager. www.nnit.com.
Danish IT consultant NNIT has opened an office in Forrestal Center.
“NNIT is one of Denmark’s leading consultancies in IT development, implementation, and operations,” says the company website. “With roots in the pharmaceutical industry, we supply services that meet the industry’s highest requirements for quality and standardization.”
The company is owned by Novo Nordisk — also headquartered in Denmark with offices in Forrestal Center. NNIT has about 1,700 employees in offices worldwide including Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, China, and the Philippines.
Battelle Ventures LP, 100 Princeton South, Suite 150, Ewing 08628; 609-921-1456; fax, 609-921-8703. Mort Collins, general partner. www.battelleventures.com
Battelle Ventures moved from 103 Carnegie Center to 100 Princeton South in Ewing.
Battelle Ventures and its affiliate fund, Innovation Valley Partners, based in Knoxville, TN, manage a combined $255 million to invest in early-stage technology companies. The two funds invest in the areas of health and life sciences, energy and environment, and security.
Fornaro Francioso LLC, 98 Franklin Corner Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-584-6104; fax, 609-584-2709. Richard D. Fornaro. www.fornarofrancioso.com.
Law firm Fornaro Francioso has relocated from 2277 Route 33, in the Golden Crest Corporate Center, Hamilton, to 98 Franklin Corner Road, Lawrenceville, as of April 30.
The firm practices in numerous areas including: corporate and business; banking and commercial finance; residential and commercial real estate; land use and development; business transactions and litigation; utilities and regulated industries; government and administration; labor and employment; construction law and litigation; general litigation and collections; and municipal court.
NCADD-NJ Work First New Jersey Substance Abuse Initiative, 360 Corporate Boulevard, Robbinsville 08691; 609-689-0599; fax, 609-689-0595. Eric Diamond, manager. www.ncaddnj.org.
The NCADD-NJ Work First New Jersey Substance Abuse Initiative moved from 1675 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road in Hamilton to 360 Corporate Boulevard in Robbinsville, where it already has offices.
The non-profit organization, founded in 1982, focuses on the prevention and treatment of alcoholism and drug dependence for individuals, families, and communities.
Novahill Partners LLC, 34 Chambers Street, Second Floor, Princeton 08542; 609-921-6120; fax, 609-921-6119. Michael E. Doyle, managing director.
Novahill Partners, a private investment banking firm, moved from 32 Nassau Street to 34 Chambers Street.
The company provides corporate finance advisory services to public and private companies, and also private equity clients for mid-market sized transactions.
With alliance advisory partners in London and Frankfurt, the firm’s primary focus is on providing financial advisory services, including merger and acquisition advice, for both healthy and underperforming situations. It also provides consulting services on restructuring and corporate strategy projects.
Dynamic Air Quality Solutions, 5 Crescent Avenue, Princeton Business Park, Building A-5, Box 1258, Princeton 08542-; 800-578-7873; fax, 609-924-8524. Duke Wiser, president. www.DynamicAQS.com.
Environmental Dynamics Group has changed its name to Dynamic Air Quality Solutions. The Rocky Hill-based company is the provider of residential and commercial air cleaning, heating, and cooling services.