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Veteran Recruitment Hiring Fair

Operation New Bridge Serve Again

Wednesday, January, 17, 2018
9
a.m. – 4 p.m. 

New Bridge Medical Center
Building 10, Room 200
230 East Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652

Open to veterans, spouses, and reservists for diverse employment opportunities at New Bridge Medical Center. For more information, email LScutari@newbridgehealth.org.

Download a flyer.

Teaming Up To Support Teens

Tuesday, January 23, 2018
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

New Bridge Medical Center
Auditorium
230 East Ridgewood Ave.
Paramus, NJ 07652

A Panel Discussion for Parents, Treatment Agencies, and School Personnel

Topics Include:

  • Development of the adolescent brain
  • Identifying underlying co-occurring issues, which can lead to unhealthy behaviors
  • Understanding the family dynamic and defining dimensions of wellness, which can be supportive for a teen

Teen Testimonials

Light dinner will be served.

Registration required by January 20, 2018

Register online

Download a flyer.

Combating the Opioid Epidemic Affecting Our Youth

An Educational Approach to Saving Lives with Narcan®

A program for parents, teens, and young adults.

Presented by Tarek Aly, MD and Avaas Sharif, MD
Representing the New Bridge Medical Center Psychiatric Residency Program

Light dinner served.

First 40 to register will receive a FREE Narcan® inhaler.

Register for the Program

Respiratory Care 2018

Respiratory Care 2018 • Thursday, January 18, 2018
5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. • Auditorium
Approved by The AARC for 3 CEUs
Meets Mandatory Licensure Requirement

Seminar Fee: $40. Advance registration only.

Register by Monday, January 15, 2018. Free parking/dinner included.

Questions? Call RoseMary Klie at 201.225.7674 or e-mail at rklie@newbridgehealth.org 

Agenda

5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. Registration & Dinner

6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Behavioral Ethics
Ken Capek, MPA, RRT, Director Respiratory Care, New Bridge Medical Center

7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Infection Control Myths
Albert Heuer, PhD, RRT, Professor, Rutgers School of Healthcare Professions

8 p.m. – 9 p.m. Patient Safety in Disasters
Ken Capek, MPA, RRT, Director Respiratory Care, New Bridge Medical Center

9 p.m. Certificates Awarded

Download a flyer/registration form

Register Online

Amazon Smile Supports the Foundation

Shop for the Holidays and Give Twice

New Bridge Medical Center is proud to announce a new way to support the hospital and the patient, residents, and communities it serves. With holiday shopping season in full swing, you may purchase through AmazonSmile, and select The Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center. Click on the AmazonSmile logo below and you will be directed to The Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center’s charitable account. For eligible purchases at AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to The Foundation.

Enjoy your holidays. Shop from your computer. Give from your heart.

The Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center

Giving Tuesday 2017

#GivingTuesday is Nov, 28, 2017

Please consider making a donation to the Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center today.

It is a new day at the non for profit, County owned hospital and there has never been a better time to help The Foundation support the facility during its exciting rebirth.  Your donation will benefit the patients, the long term care residents and the community served by New Bridge Medical Center.

Give to the Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center and join the Giving Tuesday global movement by helping your County hospital.

We appreciate your generosity and support. You can donate by visiting the Foundation’s donation page.

The Foundation Supporting New Bridge Medical Center Medical Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation (Federal ID# 22-3135663).

Deborah D. Visconi, New Bridge Medical Center President and CEO Honored as a 2017 TWIN Award Recipient

New Bridge Medical Center congratulates our president and chief executive officer, Deborah D. Visconi, for being selected as a 2017 TWIN Award Recipient.

The Tribute to Women of INfluence (TWIN) Award, is a prestigious celebration of empowerment established by YWCA Bergen County in 1975. The program was so meaningful and successful that YWCAs throughout the country and the world have adopted it and continue the tradition today. During YWCA Bergen County’s years of TWIN, we have honored a real “who’s who” of Bergen County women of achievement and influence. Much about our world and women’s place in it has changed since the inception of TWIN, but women still grapple with issues of equal pay, equal opportunities, work-life balance, children, and career. The heart of TWIN remains to honor women of achievement and celebrate organizations that create cultures in which women can thrive.

The TWIN Awards will be held on December  7, 2017, 8:00 am-10:00 am at Maggiano’s Little Italy, Hackensack, NJ.

TWIN tickets can be purchase at ywca-twin2017.eventbrite.com/

9th Annual A Taste of Bergen

Thank You

To all of our A Taste of Bergen guests, sponsors and restaurants for a fun-filled, sold out evening supporting our Foundation. Check back for photos and videos of the night’s highlights!

Thank You To Our Participating Restaurants
Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
Ben and Jerry’s
Blue Moon Mexican Cafe
Bonefish Grill
The Capital Grille
Claremount Distilled Spirits
Davey’s Irish Pub & Restaurant
Davia
The Dog and Cask
From Scratch
Hearth & Tap
Gayeon Restaurant
Jack’s Lobster Shack
Jersey Spirits Distilling Co.
The Martini Grill
The Melting Pot
Morrison Catering
Oceanos Oyster Bar & Sea Grill
Taverna Mykonos
Pier 115
The Park Steak House
Park West Tavern
Rosa Mexicano
Season’s Sushi Table
The Shannon Rose Irish Pub
Sofia

Thank You to our Sponsors:
Care Plus Foundation, Inc.
Nancy L. Mueller, M.D.
ToneyKorf Partners, LLC
Steven R. Korf
Investors Bank
Que Entertainment
Deborah D. Visconi, President and Chief Executive Officer, New Bridge Medical Center

Proceeds benefit The Foundation’s support of the hospital’s patients and long term care residents as well as Stigma-Free mental health and substance abuse initiatives, education, and outreach.

Bedside Harpist Visits Long Term Care

The Foundation sponsors Bedside Harpist to provide music for the Medical Center’s long term care residents on a monthly basis.

Bedside Harpist was established in 2002 by Edie Elkan as Bedside Harp, and is now a featured service for Pennsylvania and New Jersey hospital and healthcare facilities. The harpists are very experienced and play for the Medical Center’s residents at their bedside or in the long term care dayrooms. The beautiful music has already proven to be serene and relaxing for our residents.  The wonderful harp music radiating throughout each unit seems to provide a healing power and soothing experience for residents and staff alike. 

The harpists have shared some of the insights to the positive effects of the music. One harpist noted a resident sitting in a wheelchair looking on with apparent curiosity. The harpist went near to play and he nodded when asked if he would enjoy some music. When the harpist played, he broke out into a big smile and enjoyed some familiar tunes. When the session ended, with a big smile and a soft whisper, he thanked the harpist.

Another resident was in bed and smiled when approached by the harpist. The harpist played several recognizable tunes for her, which brought a warm smile and thank you from her when the session ended.  As the harpist left her room, the resident began to sing some of the songs she had just heard.

The power music and its positive impact on the long term care residents is difficult to measure, but the experiences shared by the harpists from Bedside Harpist have been positive and rewarding. Thank you to The Foundation for sponsoring this uplifting new service.