Section: Jersey City Medical Center News

Hoboken Health Stop Re-Opens After Being Closed Due to Damage Caused by Sandy


Hoboken Health Stop, Jersey City Medical Center’s after hours walk-in care facility at 2 Hudson Street in Hoboken, will re-open on Monday, February 4. The center had been closed temporarily as a result of water damage caused by superstorm Sandy.

“The damage, which had been extensive, has been completely repaired,” said Joseph Scott, the hospital’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “We’re pleased to be able to provide after hour medical care once again to those people who live and work in Hoboken.”

The urgent care center will resume normal hours Monday – Friday from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Located steps away from the PATH, Light Rail and ferry, the center offers convenient access to people returning from work. No appointments are necessary and the basic fee is $35. Patients can also use the online appointment system that enables individuals with non-threatening medical conditions to select a projected treatment time and then arrive here or at the hospital’s emergency room to see a health care professional.

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