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How mRNA and viral vector vaccines work - A third COVID-19 vaccine has been OK'd for emergency use. This vaccine was developed by Johnson & Johnson (J&J). And it uses a different technology than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Here's a look at how these different vaccines… […]
Atlantic Health System’s Morristown and Overlook Medical Centers Named Among World’s Best Hospitals and Best Hospitals for Infection Prevention by Newsweek - MARCH 3, 2021 – MORRISTOWN and SUMMIT, NJ – Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center have been named among the World’s Best Hospitals by Newsweek for the third consecutive year of the publication’s ranking. In addition,… […]
Q&A SESSION WITH NJDOH COMMISSIONER, VIRTUA CEO TO ENCOURAGE AFRICAN-AMERICANS TO GET VACCINATED - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGK7MEtFA9A In an effort to encourage other African-Americans to get vaccinated, Senator Troy Singleton hosted a virtual roundtable discussion with State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli, Dr. Margaret Fisher, and Virtua CEO Dennis Pullin. The purpose… […]
The Leading-Edge Cancer Center at Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill Earns National Re-accreditation from American College of Surgeons - Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill brings together medical, radiation and surgical oncologists, along with a full complement of support services, providing comprehensive expert care with a dual focus on clinical excellence and an outstanding patient… […]
Yes, You Should Still Get Screened for Cancer During COVID-19 - It is no secret that the entire world was forced to shift as the novel coronavirus pandemic circulated the globe and came to the US last year. Still, one thing was not deterred: cancer. “While… […]
Fair Share Hospitals Collaborative members care for more than 8 million patients each year, including nearly 40,000 births.
In 2014, Fair Share Hospitals Collaborative members cared for uninsured patients 615,619 times.
Fair Share Hospitals Collaborative members employ nearly 49,000 people in New Jersey and contribute $8.8 billion annually to the economy with a $3.5 billion payroll.
Fair Share Hospitals Collaborative members include academic medial centers that train physicians, nurses and allied professionals in the next generation of medical technology and patient care.