, - The Children’s Hospital at Monmouth
Medical Center announces its new website where parents can
learn about the highest level of pediatric care for newborns
to adolescents, including leading edge treatments and the specialized
expertise of a comprehensive children’s hospital.
Visit monmouthchildrenshospital.saintbarnabas.com to
learn more about The Children’s Hospital at Monmouth Medical
Center’s nationally recognized programs and services.
“We are pleased that our families now have greater access
to information about our outstanding staff and services,” says
Margaret C. Fisher, M.D., FAAP, Medical Director of The Children’s
Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center. “This website highlights
our family-centered approach to patient care and the many resources
we have to
As a regional leader dedicated to children’s health, The
Children’s Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center offers a
child-friendly, family-focused approach to every aspect of care,
and dedication to medical excellence. The Children’s Hospital
is the region’s premiere children’s hospital with
140 specialists in 30 pediatric subspecialties.
As a teaching affiliate of the prestigious Drexel University
College of Medicine in Philadelphia, The Children’s
Hospital has a team of pediatric specialists in virtually
every area of children’s health, working together to
deliver the best solutions for the most complex health problems.
In 1968, Monmouth Medical Center became the first community
hospital in the nation to establish a neonatal intensive
care unit (NICU) for the most fragile, premature infants.
As an academic medical center, Monmouth Medical Center launched
the region’s first pediatric emergency department;
bringing Ocean County its first-ever Specialty Center for
Women and Children; and becoming the most comprehensive children’s
hospital licensed and designated to serve Ocean and Monmouth
The Children’s Hospital At Monmouth Medical Center
has extensive subspecialty outpatient services for children
with chronic illnesses such as cancer, anemia, diabetes,
thyroid dysfunction, asthma, cystic fibrosis, inflammatory
bowel disease, obesity and neurological problems.
To meet the unique needs of infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers,
The Children’s Hospital utilizes the TouchPoints approach
to care, created by T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., renowned expert
in childhood development.
Located on the medical center campus, the Ronald McDonald
House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room provide homelike
accommodations for families of seriously ill children who
are being treated at The Children’s Hospital and other
For a referral to a pediatrician or specialist from The Children’s
Hospital Monmouth Medical Center, or
CONTACT: Dennis Wilson, Jr.
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