Office hours: Monday through Friday by appointment
I am committed to the “Advanced Access” model of making appointments. This means that there will be same-day appointments available for those who would like one, and future appointments to make planning easier. The idea is to do what works best for you.
If you would like to stop by and meet me, or renew an old acquaintance I would love to see you.
I am currently participating with many managed care companies. Call the office for the most up-to-date information.
If you wish to choose me as your Family Physician, follow the appropriate link.
My practice is small with a personal touch. It is state-of-the-art medicine with art-of-the-art caring. I am building a practice where you feel taken care of and listened to. The relationship I have with you is very important to me and I want to make sure that you know it all the time.
How do I get my records?
Your records stay with the office where you were seen. However, you are entitled to a copy. Click here for or a records copy requests. Just fill out the simple form and mail it to the appropriate office.
Open to new ideas:
If you have a new idea or suggestion please Let me know!. I welcome your input.read more
Dr. Corson has over 25 years of practice experience. After graduation from residency, he began practicing in Bound Brook where he stayed for 16 years. Following that Dr. Corson became a Vice President of Somerset Medical Center where he directed the Family Practice Residency Program for two years. Dr. Corson decided to leave the world of academic medicine and concentrate his energy on patient care. Therefore he returned to the private practice of Family Medicine.
A few facts:
College: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute–BS and MS degrees earned
Medical School: Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School–MD degree earned
Residency: Somerset Family Practice Residency Program
Fellowships: American Academy of Family Physicians
National Institute for Program Director Development
Faculty Positions: Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Past Residency Program Director, Somerset Medical Center
Board Certification: American Board of Family Medicine–recertified 2004
Past President, Medical and Dental Staff, Somerset Medical Center
Past President, New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians
Commission on Continuing Professional Development, AAFP
Past Delegate to the AAFP Congress of Delegates
Medical Editor, Perspectives
Hospital Affiliation: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somersetread more
Family Medicine is the medical specialty which provides continuing and comprehensive health care for the individual and the family. It is the specialty which emphasizes the science and the art of medicine. The scope of Family Medicine encompasses all ages, both sexes, each organ system and every disease entity.
What do we do?
Family Physicians treat patients as people.
Family Physicians promote health. We emphasize preventative medicine.
Family Physicians treat illness.
Family Physicians manage chronic diseases.
Family Physicians can care for you in the office, hospital, rehabilitation facility, or home.
Why are we special?
Family Medicine is a three-dimensional specialty, incorporating the dimensions of (1) knowledge, (2) skill, and (3) process. While knowledge and skill may be shared with other specialties, the Family Medicine process is unique. At the center of this process is the patient-physician relationship with the patient viewed in the context of the family. It is the extent to which this relationship is valued, developed, nurtured and maintained that distinguishes Family Medicine from all other specialties.read more