No or Low Cost Health Services

Princeton Child Health Conferences

In partnership with the Princeton Health Department, Capital Health is proud to provide care to local children (ages 0-18) through Princeton Child Health Conferences, a program designed to improve accessibility to health care services for uninsured Princeton-area residents. While the initiative is specifically tailored to address the needs of infants and preschool children, adolescents through 18 years of age can also receive care through the program. 

Our experienced team of medical professionals at Capital Health Primary Care – Princeton will offer a range of health care services in support of the Princeton Child Health Conferences program.

Health Care Services

Patients who schedule an appointment for a Child Health Conference will have access to the following health care services:  

  • Developmental screenings
  • Physical exams
  • Immunizations
  • Routine tests (Tuberculosis (TB) tests, lead screenings, vision and hearing assessments)
  • Counsel regarding growth, development, nutrition, and safety

Meet Our Team

The skilled team of physicians at Capital Health Primary Care – Princeton strives to provide the highest quality of medical care. During your Child Health Conference appointment, you may see one of the following members of our dedicated team: 

  • Kimberly Levitt, MD, MPH, DABMA
  • Deborah Siegel-Robles, MD
  • Abigail Rose, MD, MPH
  • Bruse Rose, MD
  • Lee Shearer, MD, FACP 

Schedule an Appointment

Princeton Child Health Conferences are health clinics conducted by appointment only on a monthly basis. 

To learn more about the Princeton Child Health Conferences program, visit the Princeton Health Department’s website. To schedule an appointment, please call 609-303-4599.   


Free Vision/Dental Program

The Municipality of Princeton has recently partnered with local providers to offer free vision and dental care services available for low income Princeton residents who were economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The providers of these services stood out in their enthusiasm to serve this population as well as the accessibility of their locations and availability of Spanish speaking staff. 

In order to access services, residents must apply online: English Application   Solicitud en español

Paper applications are also available at the Health or Human Services offices at 1 Monument Drive, Princeton, NJ 08540. 

After applications are reviewed, accepted participants will be given information on the types of services provided, how to set up an appointment, and the location/hours of the care provider. If you have any questions, please email Gwendolyn Krol, gkrol@princetonnj.gov