Raritan Bay Medical Center-Old Bridge team members wore red on Feb. 2 in support of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement to encourage awareness of women and heart disease. This article promoted Hackensack Meridian Health’s Feb. 26 Angioscreen event at Raritan Bay-Perth Amboy. Read full article on centraljersey.com.
Raritan Bay Medical Center earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Heart-Check mark for Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers. The Gold Seal of Approval® and the Heart-Check mark represent symbols of quality from their respective organizations. Read full article on cornerpapernj.com.
The Raritan Bay Medical Center-Perth Amboy Learning Garden’s donation of organic, healthy produce to the culinary education program at Middlesex County Vocational and Technical School Perth Amboy campus led to a greater collaboration between the two organizations. Now, students are volunteering at the hospital and helping maintain the Learning Garden, an initiative led by Integrative […]
Raritan Bay Medical Center-Old Bridge and Raritan Bay Medical Center-Perth Amboy launched a new welcome policy, including open patient visiting hours and a streamlined guest check-in process. The policy is part of Raritan Bay’s focus on Patient- and Family-Centered Care initiative. (The article was also featured on Beckershospitalreview.com and in The Courier News.) Read full […]
Raritan Bay Pulmonologist and Sleep Medicine Specialist Andrew R. Freedman, M.D., discusses the connection between sleep apnea, snoring, atrial fibrillation and heart disease. Read full article on mycentraljersey.com.
Medical Director of the Human Motion Institute at Raritan Bay Medical Center Kenneth Swan, Jr., M.D., discusses alleviating knee pain without surgery (and only if appropriate) by making an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon and developing and utilizing the right exercise, diet, and activity regimen with their specialist. Read full article on amboyguardian.com.
Raritan Bay Medical Center-Old Bridge and Raritan Bay-Perth Amboy team members wore pink on October 13 to help promote breast cancer awareness. Photos of team members were published and provided encouragement for individuals to schedule their mammograms at Raritan Bay. (This article was also featured on Centraljersey.com.) Read full article on amboyguardian.com.
Director of the Women’s Health Center at Raritan Bay Medical Center Perth Amboy Neeti Misra, M.D., advises new moms to be mindful of their own health after delivering their newborns and provides tips to achieve optimal health. The article also promotes Raritan Bay’s Baby Fest event on October 13. Read full article on mycentraljersey.com.
This monthly newspaper serving Old Bridge published three Raritan Bay articles including the following: A column from Orthopedic Surgeon Justin Kubeck, M.D., Neck and Back Center at Raritan Bay Old Bridge, providing parents with guidelines to select proper backpacks for their children and packing instructions to prevent neck or back pain as children return to […]
With locations in Perth Amboy and Old Bridge, New Jersey, Raritan Bay Medical Center delivers critical world-class healthcare services care to Monmouth and Middlesex County residents. As providers of first-class healthcare in the areas of stroke, cardiology, cancer, physical rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, pediatric medicine, Raritan Bay Medical Center continues to stay on the forefront of medicine.
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