BRMC is pleased to announce the enhancement of our vascular clinic, part of our Comprehensive Outpatient Medical Services, with the introduction of a new team of vascular interventional radiologists led by Dr. Kevin Herman. Learn More
Veterans Healthcare Services at BRMC
Bergen Regional Medical Center is an approved Network Civilian Provider for beneficiaries of TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Standard and Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Choice Program or Patient Center Community Care (PCCC) programs. Download a brochure.
Bergen Regional Medical Center Receives Highest Rating from Consumer Reports.
Consumer reports analyzed hospital-acquired infection data for thousands of hospitals across the United States, and rated hospitals based on how well they did at avoiding MRSA and C. diff infections. Among the three area large hospitals, Consumer Reports gave its highest ratings -- where you are least likely to be infected with MRSA and C. diff -- to Bergen Regional Medical Center! View the ABC News 7online Report
Patients Quickly Seen by Emergency Physicians, Psychiatrists and other Mental Health Professionals
Separate Behavioral Health Emergency Suite Provides Privacy
There is no better choice for emergency behavioral healthcare than Bergen Regional Medical Center
All Your Healthcare Needs In One Convenient Location
See a primary care physician or one of our more than 20 specialists; have diagnostic testing performed including MRI and mammography on state of the art equipment; Get laboratory work done; receive physical therapy and have your prescriptions filled all at one location. Learn more about BRMC services.
Many people feel “blue”, sad or upset with the day to day challenges of life. These feelings usually subside. However if feelings of despair and emptiness have overwhelmed your life and won't go away, you may have depression. Depression is a very severe illness. Effective treatments exist, please seek help. The Access Center can provide assistance.
Located at 230 East Ridgewood Avenue in Paramus, NJ, Bergen Regional Medical Center provides a comprehensive set of quality services including Long Term Care, Behavioral Health Care and Acute Care to the Bergen County community. Bergen Regional is both the largest hospital with 1,070 beds and the largest licensed nursing home in New Jersey.
The entire Medical Center, including its Long Term Care Division, is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. Less than 6% of Long Term Care facilities nationwide pursue and receive Joint Commission accreditation.
Additionally, with 323 beds, Bergen Regional is one of the largest medical resources providing a continuum of care for the behavioral health community and is a safety net provider for the mentally impaired, elderly, uninsured or underinsured for the state of New Jersey. BRMC also provides services for those eligible for health insurance or Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
As a complement to its long term care and behavioral health/substance abuse expertise, Bergen Regional also offers acute medical services including: 24/7 emergency department; surgical suites; physical rehabilitation; pharmacy; laboratory; radiologic services (including digital mammography) and more than 20 ambulatory specialties available through the BRMC Clinic. You can have all of your outpatient healthcare needs fulfilled in one convenient location.
Whatever your medical or mental health needs, Bergen Regional Medical Center is committed to providing you or your loved one with compassionate and quality care.
April Is Alcohol Awareness Month
NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month, held every April, was founded by and has been sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) since 1987 to increase public awareness and understanding aimed at reducing the stigma associated with alcoholism that too often prevents individuals and families from seeking help.
The theme “Help for Today. Hope for Tomorrow”, was designed to draw attention to the pervasive impact alcohol, alcohol-related problems and alcoholism have on young people, their friends, on families and in our communities. More than 18 million individuals or 8.5% of Americans suffer from alcohol-use disorders. In addition, there are countless millions of individuals, family members and children who experience the devastating effects of the alcohol problem of someone in their life. In fact, 25% of U.S. children have been exposed to alcohol-use disorders in their family.
If you or someone you care for is struggling with an alcohol or drug problem, call the Access Center at 1.800.730.2762
Courtesy of National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency (ncadd.org)
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