JFK Medical Center
Founded in 1967, JFK Medical Center is a non-profit, 498-bed community hospital, serving residents of Middlesex, Union and Somerset counties in Central New Jersey. With more than 900 affiliated physicians, JFK offers a complete array of advanced services, including general and specialized surgery, cardiac care, maternity and pediatric care, and emergency medicine. JFK Medical Center is an affiliate of Hackensack Meridian Health and accredited by the Joint Commission.
As one of the state’s major healthcare facilities, JFK has a proud tradition of clinical excellence in numerous medical and surgical specialties, including two world-class institutes under one roof -- The Neuroscience Institute and the Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. The Neuroscience Institute has been rated as the number one hospital in New Jersey for the treatment of stroke and complex neurological disorders. The Johnson Rehabilitation Institute has received a national designation in rehabilitation medicine and traumatic brain recovery.
From cutting-edge technology for diagnostic imaging and radiation therapies, to participating in the prestigious nationwide Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine elective cardiac catheterization study, JFK Medical Center remains on the forefront of delivering high quality care for your entire family.
JFK continues our history of innovation and growth with recent facility investments including a state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization laboratory (for elective and emergency angioplasty), enhanced digital mammography at the Breast Center, the comprehensive Center for Wound Healing, and a brand new pediatric and adult emergency department.