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Hunterdon Podiatric Medicine Now Part of Hunterdon Healthcare

Dr. Steven M. Dribbon Credits: courtesy photo
Dr. John Kramer Credits: courtesy photo

Hunterdon Podiatric Medicine, formerly known as Dr. Steven M. Dribbon, DPM, became part of the Hunterdon Medical Group, a specialty practice owned and operated by Hunterdon Healthcare, as of April 1.

Dr. Dribbon, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon, will continue to offer superior medical and surgical care of the feet, foot trauma, emergencies and sports medicine for both children and adults.

For more than 30 years, Dr. Dribbon has treated many patients with foot and ankle issues, including weekend warriors to college and professional athletes. He is also a specialist in endoscopic plantar fasciotomy and uses the latest laser treatment available for toenail fungus. Dr. Dribbon is a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, a Diplomate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and National Board of Podiatric Examiners.  Dr. Dribbon also was a consulting podiatric physician to the Rutgers University Athletic Department. In addition, he is the Chairman of the Division of Podiatry and Member of the Operating Room Committee at Hunterdon Medical Center.

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Dr. John Kramer, DPM, has joined Hunterdon Podiatric Medicine and will be practicing with Dr. Dribbon. Dr. Kramer earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City. For the past 12 years, Dr. Kramer has been the Attending Physician at Staten Island University Hospital in Staten Island.  Dr. Kramer is board certified in the treatment and management of diabetic wounds and will also be working with the Hunterdon Wound Healing Center.  Dr. Kramer was previously the Director of Wound Care at Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy and the Associate Director of the Wound Care Center at Staten Island University Hospital. He is licensed in both New Jersey and New York.

Hunterdon Podiatric Medicine is located in the Doctor’s Office Building, 1100 Wescott Drive, Suite 303, Flemington 08822 and can be reached at 908-788-6449. Drs. Dribbon and Kramer will also see patients in the Highland Park office located at 503 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park 08904.


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