Recent Articles from Dawn Furnas
The Basking Ridge-headquartered financial institution will celebrate its newest office, located in River Edge, during a Sept. 27 ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The new federal funding will continue a study of the disease among African Americans, who are more than twice as likely to develop the condition than white Americans.
Five of the network's facilities earned the HeartCARE Center National Distinction of Excellence from the American College of Cardiology – the only hospitals in the state to do so this year.
How One New Jersey Organization is Helping Recruit and Retain More Latina Women in Politics, on State of Affairs
Patricia Campos-Medina, Ph.D., President of Latina Civic Action, joins Steve Adubato to highlight the importance of recruiting and supporting Latina women in office and why their representation matters in New Jersey.
“Through our work with Americares, we are able to provide more access to testing services for people who need them, which we hope will provide better health outcomes," said Quest for Health Equity Senior Director and Leader Michael Floyd.
Community Medical Center has opened the CMC Women’s Health Center at 368 Lakehurst Road in Toms River.
“This is a great example of how our program partnerships provide students and workers with the pathways they need to find new careers and opportunity, and to ensure that employers have access to a highly skilled workforce to meet critical labor market needs in South Jersey,” said Brigette Satchell, dean, Career and Technical Education, Rowan College.
The Garden State has landed toward the top of a WalletHub happiness index, which examines factors such as depression rate, income growth, unemployment rate and more.
“These brave men and women work selflessly and tirelessly to safeguard our communities, and we hope these funds will make that task a bit easier," said Mark Iannarella, New Jersey American Water’s director of health and safety – and a former volunteer firefighter with the Pennsauken Fire Department.