Ralf Van der Sluis, MD

Ralf Van der Sluis, MD

(Treats ages 18 and up)
(Languages: English, Dutch, German, French)


649 Shore Rd, Suite O
Somers Point, NJ 08244
Tel: 609-365-6202
Fax: 609-653-1934


  • Neurology
  • Neurophysiology
  • Sleep Medicine

About Ralf Van der Sluis, MD

  • Hospital Affiliations
    • Shore Medical Center, Somers Point, NJ
  • Certifications
    • Board Certified: Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with Added Qualification in Clinical Neurophysiology
    • Sleep Medicine, American Board of Sleep Medicine
  • Doctor of Medicine (Artsexamen)
    • Catholic University of Nijmegen, Netherlands
    • Residency: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    • Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  • Memberships
    • American Academy of Neurology
    • American Epilepsy Society
    • American Academy of Sleep Medicine
  • Awards
    • Inaugural Research Day Award 2002
    • Raymond A. Troiano Golden Hammer Award 205

The staff was very courtesy and knowledgeable. Office was clean and safe environment.
Doctor van der Sluis was gracious, thorough, observant and involved Highly recommend
Staff is so very nice, Doctor is probably one of the best and nicest that I have ever seen
Everyone was Kind, Caring and Professional SPG is our “Go to” Group for all aspects of Health Care.
Both receptionist at this office were very kind.
I really like Dr. Vander Sluis. He is compassionate and listens. He ordered the meds I needed.
Doctor and staff are professional, thorough and caring. I have seen Dr. Van der sluis personally for close to 15 years. I recommend him to all my patients that need Neurological analysis and/ or treatment.
Really terrific!
Dr. Va der Sluis was very through and explained in detail how to take medication prescribed and the side effects. It reassured my concerns about taking a new medication.
My experience from beginning to end was excellent everyone is kind and professional and most of all eager to help from the staff to the physician I truly couldn't ask for better care