Health Care Roundup
Health care news in our region.
Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital was named a Top Teaching Hospital by The Leapfrog Group. The hospital was chosen as one of only 56 top teaching hospitals in the country.
Camden-based initiative Roots to Prevention Partnership recently received the BUILD Health Challenge award—one of 18 recipients nationwide selected from more than 130 applicants. The award includes a $250,000 grant, plus a $250,000 matching contribution of cash and in-kind support from Virtua Health, to implement a new healthy food access program, which will support free and low-cost product for eligible Camden residents, nutrition education and city produce farming.
CNNH NeuroHealth has changed its name to NeurAbilities Healthcare. In addition to creating a new logo and website, NeurAbilities is expanding its treatment services in New Jersey with more applied behavior analysis services in its Voorhees office and more in-home services within approximately 30 minutes of that center.
Inspira Medical Center Vineland’s Medical Acute Care Unit has been awarded the PRISM Award®, a national honor recognizing exceptional nursing practice, leadership and outcomes in hospital medical-surgical units. Inspira now holds a total of four PRISM recognitions with its Vineland and Elmer hospitals each having two.
John DiAngelo was honored with the Outstanding Healthcare CEO Award at the annual Leapfrog Group awards dinner for commitment to quality and affordability.
Jefferson Health’s Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township has received designation as a Care Continuum Center of Excellence by the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer.
To read the digital edition of South Jersey Biz, click here.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 10, Issue 1 (January 2020).
For more info on South Jersey Biz, click here.
To subscribe to South Jersey Biz, click here.
To advertise in South Jersey Biz, click here.