Hackensack Meridian Health Opens its First Long Term Acute Care Hospital

The hospital will offer 30 private rooms.

By HFT Staff
October 13, 2022

Hackensack Meridian Health has opened its first long-term acute care hospital, which offers 30 private rooms. 

The Hackensack Meridian hospital will offer a variety of programs to accommodate patients that need a longer stay in an acute care hospital. 

Hackensack Meridian is located in Raritan Bay Medical Center, which includes a specialized dedicated floor, daily physician visits, 24/7 emergency physician coverage, an interdisciplinary care team that includes physician specialists, certified registered nurses and technicians, certified respiratory therapists, dieticians, rehabilitation therapists, including PT/OT/speech. 




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