The BeAgeless™ Team
Scott Lippe M.D.
I live in the Bergen County area and travel to Hudson County as well to see patients. I have been married for twenty-five years to a talented psychotherapist, and have eight children. I attended John Hopkins University for my undergraduate education; medical school at Mount Sinai in New York; residency training at Albany Medical Center; and I completed a dual fellowship in Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Winthrop-University Hospital. I am Board Certified and re-Certified in Internal Medicine as well as Gastroenterology.
I have dedicated time over the years as an emergency room physician at various VA Medical Centers; authored many articles on various areas in gastroenterology; and I dedicated a year to clinical research of viral-mediated diarrhea. I am the Chief of Gastroenterology at New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus, New Jersey. This is one of the largest hospital facilities and it serves the tri-state area for a wide variety of complex issues. Although I have received many awards for my expertise, I love my patients and what I can do for them is the greatest reward!
Top Doctor Award, NJ Top Docs Magazine, 2016, 2017, 2018
HealthTap Top Gastroenterologist in NJ, 2013
Health Tap Top Doctor Competition, Summer, 2013
Reader’s Choice Award [Second Place, Gastroenterology] Jewish Standard 2012, 2013
Bergen County Top Physician Designation in Gastroenterology from (201) Magazine, May 2012 Health Edition
Community Leadership Award from Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative [BVMI], 2011, 2015
One of "American's Outstanding Physicians" in Gastroenterology and Nutrition by the Consumer Council of America for 2007
AMA Physicians Recognition Award, 1999; 2001; 2004-2007 with Commendation; 2009-2015
Certificate as Active Teacher, SUNY Stonybrook School of Medicine, 1997
Danielle Lloyd C.C.R.N.
Cosmetic Medical Provider -AAFP Certified - Botulinum Toxins & Dermal Fillers
I have been a nurse for almost twenty years, and have worked all areas including: ICU, CCU, telemetry, emergency room, operating room, and med-surge. Additionally, I’ve volunteered for disaster relief with Christ in Action and New Jersey Nursing Association as well as my local ambulance squad. It comes as no surprise that I’ve experienced many of life’s truest wonders and saddest tragedies with my clients. As a nurse and a mother, it has been an adventure. During this time, I had been forced to neglect my love of art, as I once had been a tattoo artist, and no longer had the time to do both. During my studies for my masters’ degree, I found a way to incorporate my love of people, medicine, and art: Aesthetic medicine.
It was Mark Twain who said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” I have found my passion and my calling. I am in love with making people feel the absolute best about themselves. You only get one shot at this life. That’s what makes me a true believer in loving yourself inside and out and caring for all aspects of your being. Every human has the innate ability to love and be loved, to see beyond what is palpable. There is absolute beauty within us all. Through performing aesthetic procedures, I have enabled clients to get beyond their insecurities and to tap into what is most important in this life: Love and Beauty.
Jon Mastrobattista D.C.
Wellness Coordinator / Clinical Nutrition Director
Dr. Jonathan Mastrobattista grew up in Bernardsville, attended Far Hills Country Day, then graduated from Bernards High, where he was active in football, wrestling and track. He received bachelor's degrees in Animal Science and Biology from Texas, and went on to Logan College of Chiropractic in St Louis to complete his doctor of chiropractic degree. He then worked in Vacaville, California for a year before returning to New Jersey and opened a practice here in 1985.
Dr. Mastrobattista is always striving to increase his knowledge in Chiropractic and Clinical Nutrition and continually attends a variety of post-graduate courses.