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RWJ Barnabas Health - Hamilton

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Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton is a 287-bed acute care hospital located on a sprawling 67-acre campus in central New Jersey. RWJ Hamilton is the first of two hospitals in NJ to receive the Malcolm Bridge National Quality Award, an honor presented by the President of the United States for quality and performance excellence. An affiliate of RWJBarnabas Health, the hospital earned specialty certifications from the Joint Commission in stroke, outpatient diabetes, spine surgery and hip/knee replacement. The hospital provides local access to leading academic physicians and research initiatives through its affiliations with Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center.

  • Physicians carry an average of 15 patients per shift
  • 24 hours daily physician coverage
  • 24 hours daily Advanced Practice Provider coverage
  • Closed ICU
  • Hospitalists run codes and Rapid Response Team
  • Allscripts EMR

Hamilton, NJ, enjoys a prime location that is within an hour drive of New York City, Philadelphia and the Jersey Shore. Conveniently located to the Hamilton Transit Complex, Hamilton is also in close proximity to destinations such as Six Flags Great Adventure, downtown Princeton and the historic state capital of Trenton. A true community atmosphere with big city access, Hamilton offers 64 public parks, playgrounds and acres of preserved open space.

  • Home to the nationally acclaimed Grounds for Sculpture, a 42-acre sculpture park, and Veterans Park, which includes New Jersey’s largest playground facility
  • Offers several annual community events, including Azalea Festival, Oktoberfest, and Winter Wonderland
  • Vibrant and bustling economy with shopping, dining and family-friendly entertainment
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