• About Alexander Salerno

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     Experienced New Jersey Physician Dr. Alexander Salerno

    Specializing in internal medicine, Dr. Alexander Salerno has
    served for nearly 15 years as the lead physician of Salerno Medical
    Associates, LLP, a second-generation, primary care practice in East
    Orange, New Jersey. The clinic primarily treats underserved adult and
    senior populations in urban areas of northern New Jersey. In addition to
    his board certification in internal medicine, Dr. Alexander Salerno is
    registered with both the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the
    New Jersey Office of the Attorney General’s Controlled Dangerous
    Substance (CDS) program. As a trusted member of the state’s medical
    community, he holds hospital privileges at a number of New Jersey
    medical facilities, including St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark,
    the Clara Maas Medical Center in Belleville, and St. Mary’s Hospital in
    Passaic.

    Dr. Alexander Salerno began his education as a political
    science student at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.
    After receiving his bachelor of arts, he went on to earn a master of
    health administration from South Orange, New Jersey’s Seton Hall
    University. He concluded his studies at St. George’s University School
    of Medicine, where he was awarded his doctor of medicine in 1998.
  • We always strive for the best.

    Dr. Alexander Salerno began his education as a political science
    student at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. After
    receiving his bachelor of arts, he went on to earn a master of health
    administration from South Orange, New Jersey’s Seton Hall University. He
    concluded his studies at St. George’s University School of Medicine,
    where he was awarded his doctor of medicine in 1998.
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