Newark Beth Israel Medical Center

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  • 673-bed non-profit teaching hospital
  • Home of New Jersey’s most comprehensive Robotic Surgery Center, the state's first accredited Sleep Disorders Center, one of the largest electrophysiology programs in New Jersey, the largest hospital-based dental program in New Jersey and The Saint Barnabas Heart Center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, which offers the best in cardiology services and cardiac surgery programs
  • In 2012 NBIMC was named among of the nation’s top 50 hospitals for specialty care in Cardiology and Heart Surgery for the third consecutive year by U.S News & World Report’
  • NBIMC was recently named among the 2012-2013 “Best Hospitals in New Jersey and metropolitan areas” released by U.S. News & World Report
Newark, NJ Community
  • Located 8 miles west of Manhattan and 2 miles north of Staten Island
  • Easy driving distance to Atlantic City, NJ (118 miles), Philadelphia, PA (85 miles) and Trenton, NJ (58 miles)
  • The urban heart of New Jersey, Newark is the state’s biggest metropolis and is home to an arts and culture renaissance that features major performing arts and sports venues as well as international cuisine, galleries and museums
  • Home of Newark Liberty International Airport – the first major airport to serve the New York metro area
  • Newark is a higher education hub with the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Rutgers University - Newark, Seton Hall University School of Law, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (Newark Campus), Essex County College, and a Berkeley College campus
  • Newark Public Schools enrolls approximately 45,000 students, making it the largest school system in New Jersey
  • A major east coast port of entry, Newark is a transportation, manufacturing, and education center