Hackensack Meridian Health

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1/21/2022 Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine's founding dean dies Becker's Hospital Review Bonita Stanton, MD, founding dean of Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine and president of Academic Enterprise at Hackensack Meridian Health , died Jan. 19.Dr. Stanton's legacy extends across the globe and is evident in her final mission — reinventing medical education to improve healthcare, according to a Jan. 20 news release."The Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, Hackensack Meridian Health , and all of us who knew her and worked closely ...
1/20/2022 Bonita Stanton, dean of Hackensack Meridian medical school, dies at 70 northjersey.com ... a pediatrician whose approach to medical education was shaped by her work in the slums of Bangladesh, died Wednesday. She was 70. The cause was “a sudden and unexpected illness,” a statement from Hackensack Meridian Health system said. It was not COVID, a spokesman said. Stanton arrived in New Jersey in 2016 with an invitation to create a medical school that would change the way physicians are educated. In ...
1/20/2022 Bonita Stanton, founding dean of Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, dies at 70 feedblitz.com ... a pediatrician whose approach to medical education was shaped by her work in the slums of Bangladesh, died Wednesday. She was 70.The cause was “a sudden and unexpected illness,” a statement from Hackensack Meridian Health system said. It was not COVID, a spokesman said.Stanton arrived in New Jersey in 2016 with an invitation [to create a medical school](/story/news/health/2018/02/15/seton-hall-hackensack-meridian-medical ...
1/17/2022 Is omicron COVID wave ending in NJ? nj1015.com ... 844 patients were discharged and the number of people being admitted is now less than those being sent home.However, many hospitals are still stressed by the number of COVID patients and staff shortages. Hackensack Meridian Health and RWJBarnabas Health are p ostponing some non-elective surgeries for up to three weeks.A team of US military medical personnel are due to arrive at University Hospital in Newark this week ...
1/14/2022 Monmouth, Ocean hospitals delay elective surgeries after COVID-19 omicron surge app.com ... the increase in COVID-19 patients.“With guidance from the state, all New Jersey hospitals have been advised to reschedule some elective procedures that are not critical, for two to three weeks,” said Hackensack Meridian Health spokesman Eric Muench. “All Hackensack Meridian Health medical centers are complying to reschedule some non-critical procedures and relocating some of our team members who would be involved in these procedures to support ...
1/14/2022 New cancer treatment options in Passaic County from health system partnership dailyrecord.com ... for cancer care, with a new infusion center to open in Wayne this month and an outpatient treatment center in Totowa later this year as part of an affiliation between St. Joseph's Health and Hackensack Meridian Health .The new infusion center, on the campus of St. Joseph's Wayne Medical Center, will have 14 stations for people who need to receive their medication intravenously. Slated to open once the surge in ...
1/14/2022 St. Joseph’s Health, HMH affiliation advances cancer care in North Jersey njbiz.com St. Joseph’s Health and Hackensack Meridian Health launched a new clinical affiliation to bring expanded cancer care services to the residents of northern New Jersey.The affiliation will provide better access to clinical trials and subspecialized expertise for patients across the St. Joseph’s market, according to HMH Chief Executive Officer Robert Garrett and St. Joseph’s Health CEO Kevin Slavin.St. Joseph’s patients will also have access ...
1/14/2022 Hospital partnership adds to Passaic County NJ cancer care options northjersey.com Passaic County residents will have more options for cancer care, with a new infusion center to open in Wayne this month and an outpatient treatment center in Totowa later this year as part of an affiliation between St. Joseph's Health and Hackensack Meridian Health . The new infusion center, on the campus of St. Joseph's Wayne Medical Center, will have 14 stations for people who need to receive their medication intravenously ...
1/14/2022 How St. Joseph's, Hackensack Meridian plan to transform cancer care in New Jersey Becker's Hospital Review Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health and Paterson, N.J.-based St. Joseph's Health announced a clinical affiliation Jan. 14 to bring patients expanded oncologic services.The new affiliation expands upon a previous partnership between the two systems with home healthcare that began in 2019.Robert Garrett, CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health , and Kevin Slavin, president and CEO of St. Joseph’s Health, spoke with Becker's Jan. 13 to outline the ...
1/13/2022 Submit your COVID-19 questions here - NewsBreak newsbreak.com ... your COVID questionsDr. Jay Varma joins Eyewitness News to answer your COVID questions and gives his guidance on face masks.FRIDAY'S RESPONSESDr. Daniel Varga answers your COVID questions:Dr. Daniel Varga of Hackensack Meridian Health answers Eyewitness News viewers' questions about COVID.Dr. Mangala Narasimhan answers viewer COVID questions:Dr. Mangala Narasimhan, from Northwell Health, answers your COVID questions.THURSDAY'S RESPONSESDr. Eugene Vortsman answers questions on COVID ...
1/11/2022 FluidForm announces investment from Hackensack Meridian Health PR Newswire SUDBURY, Mass. FluidForm, a leader in the field of recreating human tissue to radically transform drug discovery, surgical repair, and replacement, today announced an investment from Hackensack Meridian Health and its Bear's Den innovation program. The investment will enable FluidForm to advance key applications in tissue for drug discovery and surgical repair, including collaboration on preclinical work in 2022.Hackensack Meridian Health’s Bear’s Den (PRNewsfoto/Hackensack Meridian Health ...
1/11/2022 FluidForm announces investment from Hackensack Meridian Health PR Newswire SUDBURY, Mass. FluidForm, a leader in the field of recreating human tissue to radically transform drug discovery, surgical repair, and replacement, today announced an investment from Hackensack Meridian Health and its Bear's Den innovation program. The investment will enable FluidForm to advance key applications in tissue for drug discovery and surgical repair, including collaboration on preclinical work in 2022.Hackensack Meridian Health’s Bear’s Den (PRNewsfoto/Hackensack Meridian Health ...
1/11/2022 Looking for an infusion center? Essential factors to consider jerseysbest.com ... factors to consider.Costs/Insurance Coverage“Despite the illusion of choice, most patients wind up at infusion centers dictated by the coverage offered by their insurance companies,” said Nicole Argenzia, nurse manager at Hackensack Meridian Health Network . Because of the higher costs typically associated with hospital- and physician-based infusion centers, many of the largest private insurers are “intentionally pushing their patients toward lower cost community-based and standalone ...
1/11/2022 FluidForm announces investment from Hackensack Meridian Health tncontentexchange.com SUDBURY, Mass., Jan. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- FluidForm, a leader in the field of recreating human tissue to radically transform drug discovery, surgical repair, and replacement, today announced an investment from Hackensack Meridian Health and its Bear's Den innovation program. The investment will enable FluidForm to advance key applications in tissue for drug discovery and surgical repair, including collaboration on preclinical work in 2022."This is an exciting concept, with lots ...
1/11/2022 Brian J. Fertig, MD, FACE, an Endocrinologist and founder of the Diabetes & Osteoporosis Center - IssueWire issuewire.com ... the Diabetes & Osteoporosis Center in Piscataway, New Jersey.Additionally, Dr. Fertig is an Associate Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University and is Chairman of the Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology at Hackensack Meridian Health at JFK University Medical Center.Licensed to practice medicine in New Jersey, he is affiliated with several area hospitals, including Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) New Brunswick, RWJUH Rahway, RWJUH Somerset, and ...
1/10/2022 How Middlesex County officials plan to combat health care inequalities mycentraljersey.com ... benefits of vaccination in general, can have a devastating effect not only on vulnerable and at-risk members of our community – but on our community as a whole."The county, together with partners Hackensack Meridian Health , RWJBarnabas Health and St. Peters Healthcare System among others, plans to expand the Telehealth Pilot Program.The goal of the program, launched in October, is to increase the understanding and use of telehealth ...
1/9/2022 Ventilator use up 57% since Jan. 2 for COVID patients in NJ hospitals as infections rise thedailyjournal.com ... rose to 460, a 57% increase in that period.Hospitalized COVID patients needing the most intensive care remain far and away those who are unvaccinated as the omicron variant continues to spread. For instance, Hackensack Meridian Health reported on its Facebook page that of the 1,062 COVID patients its 11 hospitals were treating Wednesday, 55% were not vaccinated.Even more telling, among those needing ICU care, 68% were not vaccinated ...
1/9/2022 Ventilator use up 57% since Jan. 2 for COVID patients in NJ hospitals as infections rise mycentraljersey.com ... rose to 460, a 57% increase in that period.Hospitalized COVID patients needing the most intensive care remain far and away those who are unvaccinated as the omicron variant continues to spread. For instance, Hackensack Meridian Health reported on its Facebook page that of the 1,062 COVID patients its 11 hospitals were treating Wednesday, 55% were not vaccinated.Even more telling, among those needing ICU care, 68% were not vaccinated ...
1/9/2022 Ventilator use up 57% since Jan. 2 for COVID patients in NJ hospitals as infections rise dailyrecord.com ... rose to 460, a 57% increase in that period.Hospitalized COVID patients needing the most intensive care remain far and away those who are unvaccinated as the omicron variant continues to spread. For instance, Hackensack Meridian Health reported on its Facebook page that of the 1,062 COVID patients its 11 hospitals were treating Wednesday, 55% were not vaccinated.Even more telling, among those needing ICU care, 68% were not vaccinated ...
1/9/2022 Ventilator use up 57% since Jan. 2 for COVID patients in NJ hospitals as infections rise app.com ... rose to 460, a 57% increase in that period.Hospitalized COVID patients needing the most intensive care remain far and away those who are unvaccinated as the omicron variant continues to spread. For instance, Hackensack Meridian Health reported on its Facebook page that of the 1,062 COVID patients its 11 hospitals were treating Wednesday, 55% were not vaccinated.Even more telling, among those needing ICU care, 68% were not vaccinated ...