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For everyone experiencing pain, from endurance athletes with sports injuries to aging seniors, our Physical Therapy services, located in Carteret and Scotch Plains, can help strengthen the body and improve balance, coordination, movement and function. http://www.rwjrehab.com/services/physical-therapy/
Critical Care Nurse Betsy Migueis is a Star! She received her award for the great care and comfort she gives her patients and their families. She was recognized for her excellent communication skills and her compassion. Congratulations!
3C Nursing Assistant Jeanette Pyrol (third from left) is a star! Jeanette received a letter of praise and thanks from a co-worker who noted how she always gives her best to patients and co-workers. Jeanette is a team player who's helpful, positive and goes the extra mile for patients. Thank you for all you do!
Give the gift of life tomorrow at our blood drive, located in conference room 1, starting at 10 a.m. Call 732.499.6139 to make an appointment, or visit www.rwjuhr.com/bloodOrganDonation.htm for details.
Anyone, active or sedentary, can be effected by painful and dangerous deep vein thrombosis. Learn all about DVT's causes and prevention techniques at DVT Won't Get Me! on Wednesday, January 25 at 6:00 p.m. at the RWJ Rahway Fitness & Wellness Center in Scotch Plains. Call 732.499.6193 to reserve your spot now!
Social Worker Carrie Faraone is a Star! Ms. Faraone received the award for helping a patient receive a piece of equipment that was not covered by any insurance. The patient wrote a heartfelt letter of thanks about hard Ms. Faraone worked to get the equipment, which he said gave him back his "dignity and a sense of normality."
The RWJ Fitness & Wellness Center at Carteret, located at 60 Cooke Ave., is celebrating its five-year anniversary on Saturday, January 14 with a community health fair! Come by between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. for wellness screenings, classes & demonstrations, kids’ activities, free food and more!
Jumpstart a philanthropic 2017. Click here to support Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center Rahway! #givebackin2017 #letsbehealthytogether https://ssl.charityweb.net/rwjuhr/
There are so many FREE Healthy Living Classes happening every month! Visit www.rwjuhr.com/eventsCalendar.htm for a complete list of this month's classes, including Zika Update: What We Know and What We Don’t, Weight Loss Surgery: Is it Right for You?, and Flavors of Latin America cooking demo.
Remember: it's OK to snack! Registered dietitian, Diane Weeks, will show you how to satisfy your snack cravings the right way with Quick Bites: What are Some Healthy Snacks? cooking demo on Tuesday, January 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the RWJ Rahway Fitness & Wellness Center in Scotch Plains. Call 732.499.6193 to reserve your spot in this free class!
Did you know a single car accident victim can require as many as 100 pints of blood? Save a life. Donate blood. Our next blood drive will be happening on January 17 in conference room 1 at 10 a.m. Call 732.499.6139 to make an appointment, or visit www.rwjuhr.com/bloodOrganDonation.htm for details.
Our dietitian, Christina Frescki, will make it easy for you to keep your weight loss resolutions with the FREE class, Nutrition Basics, on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the RWJ Rahway Fitness & Wellness Center in Scotch Plains.
Here's to a safe and healthy New Year's Eve and beyond into the new year!
Get a head start on your New Year’s resolution to get fit and healthy by joining the RWJ Rahway Fitness & Wellness Center today! Visit www.rwjrahwayfitness.com to get started.
Still Holiday Shopping? Think Outside the (Gift) Box and Make a BIG Impact. Click Here to Donate. http://www.rwjuhr.com/impact.htmrwjuhr.com
For all of your heart health needs, we're here for you with a full circle of care including 24/7 cardiac emergency diagnosis, surgery and follow-up care with our cardiac rehabilitation program and monthly support groups. To make an appointment for cardiac rehab, call 732.499.6056.
May all your days be healthy, merry and bright.
Allison Smith's First Grade class at Highland Avenue School No. 10 in Linden made Christmas cards for patients at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway.
The suggestion came from RWJ Rahway volunteers George and Rita Ryan, who told Ms. Smith that cards made by children really brighten the day of patients.
Ms. Smith asked her students and without hesitation they came up with ideas. Each card is unique, filled with get-well messages, news from families, jokes and expressions of cheer. We thank the students and their teacher for their generosity.
Think outside the (gift) box and make a BIG impact this holiday season with a donation to RWJ Rahway!
Take care of yourself this winter! Those who recently had a cold or flu are at higher risk for pneumonia, as well as people over the age of 65 and who smoke.
Staff and friends of RWJ Rahway came to see the newly renovated 2E medical/surgical unit. This patient-focused and family friendly unit has been re-imagined with large open spaces, natural light, noise reduction features and amenities that include a kitchen for family members to get a snack or hot drink. The unit has seven private rooms and eight semi-private rooms, new conference and staff space.
The best way to stop yourself from overindulging during holiday dinners is by not diving right into dessert! Take a break and let your meal settle first before you decide how much apple pie you should eat now or bring home for a treat later.
Non-invasive treatment for neuropathy to help blood flow and advance healing is now available! Call 732.499.6012 today to make an appointment.
Yes: it's possible to stay healthy AND make cookies to share with your loved ones for the holidays! Check out this collection of healthy holiday cookie recipes from Eating Well to bake (and treat yourself) responsibly.eatingwell.com
RWJ Rahway's Gail Veltre (center) shows off some of the great holiday gifts RWJ Rahway staff contributed for the clients of local nonprofit organizations serving homeless families. She is posed with HomeFirst Family Support Specialist Lesli Price (left) and Family Support Coordinator Jackie Crespo.
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