Summit Health CEO Jeff Alter discusses the company's expansion plans, its philosophy of providing care and the current state of the pandemic.
Residents of the region who need physical therapy and treatment for sports injuries have seen their options expand significantly over the past 12 months.
A report commissioned by New Jersey’s casino industry warns of a deep economic loss stemming from a potential ban of smoking on the casino floors: up to 2,500 jobs at the casinos could be lost, and gambling and non-gambling revenue could fall as much as 10.9% and 6.5% respectively, while tax revenue could fall by as much as $44 million.
The Berkeley Heights-based company has more than 340 locations in five states. CityMD, which Summit acquired two years ago, is a major urgent care provider in the New York metro area and has been growing quickly.
What used to be a rarity – treating anterior cruciate ligament injuries in children and adolescents – is now a regular occurrence. But treatments for the injury – which used to be a game-ender for young athletes – have changed as well, with new techniques bringing kids off the sidelines and back into the game.
In life and sport, optimal performance is not just about skills – intellectual, athletic, or anywhere in between. Performance, instead, requires the perfect integration of our physical and mental abilities, to convert potential into excellence.
Partners University Hospital, L+M Development, Type A Projects and MSquared secured $42 million in financing for the project being developed under the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency's Hospital Partnership Subsidy Program.
The annual list represents 27 countries this year, with the highest ranking facility from the Garden State cracking the top 50.
Formerly owned in part by AHS partner CentraState Healthcare System, the sites are located in Toms River, Brick, Hazlet, Marlboro, Red Bank, East Windsor and Edison.
The funds will be used to advance the Princeton-based company's proprietary, machine learning-based platform in the battle against drug-resistant infections.
Led by otolaryngologist Dr. David Rosen, the team is testing a topical method for correcting smell and taste disturbances.
The location at 152 Newark Ave. marks Medly's second Garden State site.