Alaris Health at West Orange and Barnabas Health Heart Center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Announce Partnership to Provide Integrated Rehabilitation Services
West Orange, NJ—Alaris Health at West Orange and Barnabas Health Heart Center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (NBIMC) announce a partnership to provide integrated medical care and rehabilitation services to patients who are recovering from a variety of conditions. Alaris Health at West Orange will provide patients with the same quality and continuity of care after they transition from NBIMC allowing them to continue their recovery process. Founded on a tradition of health care excellence, Alaris’ Member Health Centers are leading providers of short-term post hospital rehabilitation, long term and specialty care, with Member Health Centers throughout the state of New Jersey.
“We are enthusiastic about this partnership and will offer the same standard of excellence in medical care that patients receive at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center,” said Avery Eisenreich, Founder of Alaris Health of New Jersey. “We provide them with a seamless transition to our dedicated facility. Our interdisciplinary approach to care, combined with comprehensive rehabilitation, promotes quicker recovery and helps patients return home more rapidly.”
Recovery after a major surgical event is different for every patient, and the new partnership ensures that patients receive individual medical care best suited to their needs. The services provided meet specific needs for patients recovering from heart conditions such as heart failure, stable angina, heart transplant, coronary bypass, device implant and heart valve surgery. Other patients who benefit from individual services are those with lung or kidney transplants.
“Although patients may transition from our Heart Center facility, they can rest assured that all care is provided by a single team of expert physicians and nurses who are in daily communication with the Alaris team about the plan of care,” John A. Brennan, MD, MPH, President and CEO, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (NBIMC) and Children's Hospital of New Jersey.
Alaris Health at West Orange offers a dedicated Heart Failure and Transplant Specialty Unit, seven day per-week Rehabilitation Therapies, hospital-approved physician oversight, and a NBIMC Heart Failure Treatment and Transplant Program Advanced Practice onsite-Nurse.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is ranked one of the Region’s Best Hospitals in Cardiology and Heart Surgery by US News & World Report 2012-2013 and is the home to the third largest heart transplant program in the country with outstanding long-term survival rates that consistently meet or exceed national benchmarks.
Alaris Health at West Orange
Alaris Health at West Orange (St. Cloud Health Care Center) is a 5 Star rated skilled nursing facility, as rated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and was ranked as one of New Jersey’s Best Nursing Homes for 2013 by U.S. News & World Report. Alaris’ statewide network of Member Health Centers offers a wide variety of services across a continuum of care, ranging from Short-Term Post Hospital Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care to Specialized Care.
About the Barnabas Health Heart Center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, NJ, has a distinguished history in the field of cardiology. Its pioneering physicians performed the first early coronary bypass procedures as well as the first heart transplant in New Jersey. Their work in the development and use of pacemakers is world renowned. Building on that legacy, Newark Beth’s nationally respected cardiac physicians, surgeons and researchers continue to make significant advances in cardiac care.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is ranked one of the Region’s Best Hospitals in Cardiology and Heart Surgery by U.S News & World Report 2012-2013. Its heart transplant program is the third largest in the country with outstanding long-term survival rates that consistently meet or exceed national benchmarks. Highly specialized care includes minimally invasive and robotic-assisted cardiac procedures, state-of-the-art technology that provides astounding images of the heart for more precise diagnosis, and the latest generation of ventricular assist devices designed to take over the pumping action for a diseased heart.
Date: March 11, 2013
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