BRMC Road Closure
Beginning Monday, December 12, access through the bus lane between Building 8 and the 911 Memorial will be closed to through traffic. All parking lots will remain open but access will be affected by the closure. If you wish to park in lots located near Buildings 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, and 11, you must use the Jerome Avenue entrance to enter and exit the campus. There will be security presence at the main entrance and the Jerome Avenue entrance to assist with traffic flow.
Download the BRMC Campus Map, Road Closure.
BRMC, LP is pleased to present its 2015 Progress and Prospective Report
Bergen Regional Medical Center, LP Announces Nearly $160M in Payments Benefiting the Bergen County Improvement Authority and Bergen County
(Paramus, NJ) BRMC, LP has managed Bergen Regional Medical Center since March of 1998 and has paid $126M in rent and other payments to the BCIA/Bergen County while investing over $32M in capital improvements at the Medical Center. Even more importantly, BRMC, LP has successfully executed one of its primary objectives—eliminating significant losses incurred by the former Bergen Pines County Hospital. In 1997, before the current management assumed responsibility for daily operations, the hospital lost $5 million.
Today, Bergen Regional is fully accredited by The Joint Commission, and all of its services are in good standing with regulatory licensing entities. Its Long Term Care Division is one of only 6% of nursing homes nationwide that are Joint Commission accredited.
Bergen Regional Medical Center Expands its Medical Detoxification Service
Continues to Respond to the Heroin Crisis and Increasing Community Need
(Paramus, NJ) The heroin epidemic continues to rage throughout New Jersey. Recently, acting Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir Grewal said the epidemic is still “staggering” and “overwhelming.” Grewal recently unveiled that his office, partnering with Bergen Regional Medical Center and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department, launched a new program at the end of August called ‘Operation Helping Hand.’ This program gave detectives the chance to offer those arrested on heroin charges a chance to enter into a five-day detox program at Bergen Regional.
Bergen Regional has already responded to the increased need for medical detox beds by expanding the service from 54 beds to 74 beds over the last year. On September 12, 2016, eight more medical detox beds were added bringing the service to 82 beds with another two beds slated to be available later this fall.
Bergen Regional Medical Center Honored at BVMI Gala
BVMI Honors Radiology Departments at Bergen Regional Medical Center
(Paramus, NJ) A major highlight of the Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative’s (BVMI) 7th Anniversary Gala was the presentation of the Community Leadership Award to five radiology departments that donate services at no charge to BVMI patients.
The Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center Celebrates 25 Years of Service
(Paramus, NJ) The Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center will celebrate 25 years of service to the patients, long-term residents, and community served by Bergen Regional Medical Center on Monday, October 24, 2016 at “The Taste of Bergen” at Seasons Catering in Washington Township, NJ. For more information about The Taste of Bergen, please visit www.bergenregional.com. Proceeds from this evening will benefit the ongoing Bergen County Stigma Free Zone efforts.
Dwindling State Charity Care Pool Reduces Bergen Regional Medical Center Funding by Nearly $17M
(Paramus, NJ) The final SFY 2017 State budget reduced the Charity Care pool from $502M to $302M. Of this state-wide $200M cut, Bergen Regional Medical Center (BRMC), New Jersey’s #1 ranked provider of Charity Care services relative to its overall business, incurred nearly a $17M reduction in funding.
RoseMary Klie Selected for Bergen LEADS Class of 2017
(Paramus, NJ) RoseMary Klie, Public Relations and Events Manager for Bergen Regional Medical Center, has been selected to participate in the Bergen LEADS Class of 2017.
Ms. Klie is a Ridgewood, New Jersey resident and has worked at Bergen Regional Medical Center for three years. She was recently promoted to management at the facility. “We are all very proud that RoseMary was selected to participate in this competitive and prestigious program,” said Donnalee Corrieri, BRMC Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Development. “RoseMary’s leadership skills, dedication, drive, and personality make her a perfect fit for this outstanding program.” In addition to her work at the hospital, Ms. Klie is a member of the Paramus and a founding member of the Ridgewood Stigma-Free Zone Mental Health Initiative.
Katie Richardson, Bergen Regional Medical Center’s Long Term Care Administrator and Vice President has been named a winner in the 2013 NJBIZ Forty Under 40 awards program.
Katie Richardson has been named a winner in the 2013 NJBIZ Forty Under 40 awards program. The award program, produced by NJBIZ, New Jersey’s premier business news publication, is presented by Rothstein Kass and sponsored by Comcast Business, Stark & Stark, First Bank and Miles Technologies.
The Forty Under 40 awards program honors men and women under the age of 40 who have been making headlines in their field and who share a commitment to business growth, to professional excellence, and to the community. To qualify, a nominee had to meet selection criteria that included working in New Jersey and possessing significant authority for decision making within a company or organization.
Bergen Regional Medical Center’s Acute Care Unit 11-4
Recognized by the New Jersey Hospital Association for Its Dedication to Improving Quality Healthcare