Center for Women’s Health
Adds New Physician and Specialists
Dr. Randi Protter, medical director of the Capital Health Center for Women’s Health, has announced an expansion of the Center and its offerings.
The Center for Women’s Health is a unique and innovative multi-disciplinary medical practice that focuses on the special health needs of women of all ages. Our physicians and healthcare providers are specifically trained in women’s health,” said Dr. Protter. “Our approach is to treat all aspects of a women’s life that impacts her health, all in one place at her convenience.
Dr. Protter added that a patient concierge works with patients to facilitate the scheduling of tests and referral appointments. “We know that women tend to take care of everyone else in the family before herself. We want to make it easy for her to address her own health care needs.
Clockwise from top left, Dr. Sarah Wistreich, Dr. Christine Hyde, Dr. Paula Seth and Sharri Goldstein
Dr. Sarah Wistreich of Cranford, has joined the practice. Wistreich graduated from UMDNJ – School of Osteopathic Medicine, where she specialized in women’s health. She completed her residency in Family Medicine as well as the Women’s Health Fellowship Track at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Dr. Protter also announced that three additional health professionals are now affiliated with the CWH and have onsite office hours.
Dr. Paula Seth, of Hopewell, a fellowship trained cardiologist, specializes in treating women. She graduated from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and completed her internship and residency at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Seth did her fellowship training at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Dr. Christine Hyde of Chester, is a certified sex therapist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of patients’ sexuality related issues. Hyde is a Diplomate of Sex Therapy by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New Jersey. She completed her doctorate in Sexology from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco and received further post-graduate training at the Fogel Foundation in Washington DC. Hyde earned her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University.
Sherri Goldstein, MSW, LCSW of Pennington specializes in treating anxiety, depression, and stress-related issues, including bereavement and the effects of hospitalization on the family. She received her Master of Social Work from Rutgers School of Social Work.
The Center for Women’s Health is located at 1401 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, Hamilton Township, NJ. The Center can be reached at 609-588-5059 or www.capitalhealthwomen.com.