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St. Joseph's Healthcare System Nurse Receives NJAHR Nursing Scholarship

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KDUNN Featstory resizePATERSON, NJ [September 11, 2012] – St. Joseph' s Healthcare System (SJHS) is proud to announce that Kathleen Dunn, MSN, RN, APN, C, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center (resident of Kinnelon), was selected as the recipient of a New Jersey Healthcare Recruiters Association (NJAHR) sponsored scholarship. The scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, is for a Registered Nurse pursuing an Advanced Degree in Nursing. Kathleen (second from left), an employee of SJHS since July 2005, is enrolled in the Doctorate of Nurse Practitioners program at Fairleigh Dickinson University where her research focus is HIV/AIDS. Kathleen is committed to her profession and the community, and volunteers in various programs. She is a mentor to other nurses and has led various performance improvement projects.

 

Kathleen was congratulated by (left to right) Nancy Hill, BA, PHR, Nurse Recruiter, SJHS (member of the NJAHR); Robert Amoruso, MD, Chairman, Department of Medicine, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center; and Maria Brennan, MSN, RN, CPHQ, Chief Nursing Officer, SJHS, and Vice President, Patient Care Services, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center.

Patients at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Receive An 'Inspiring' Visit

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SJCH ReceivesInspiringVisitPATERSON, NJ (AUGUST 22, 2012) – Pediatric Hematology/Oncology patients at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital (SJCH) received a special visit recently. A group of professional athletes, including former NFL players and members of the NJ Titans, Women's Spring Football League, stopped by the hospital to encourage and inspire patients and families who participate in the SJCH's outpatient clinic. The visit was coordinated by the non-profit Paterson based foundation, "4th and Inches". The foundation also runs an annual football camp with professional and college football players serving as coaches and mentors. Among the many players present was American football running back, and Paterson native, Marcel Shipp, formerly of the Arizona Cardinals and Houston Texans, pictured with Kelvin Medina (resident of Paterson). Professional speaker, author and TV personality, Yvonne J. Harvey-Williams, also accompanied the group of athletes.

NJ Jackals Visit A Hit At St. Joseph's Children's Hospital

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NJ JackalsPATERSON, NJ (AUGUST 8, 2012)
– A recent visit to St. Joseph's Children's Hospital (SJCH) at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey by members of the NJ Jackals, a Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball league team, was a big hit. Players, including left to right, Isaac Pavlik, #7; Jake Hale, #33; and Stephen Fox, #21, all pitchers, visited pediatric patients at SJCH, delivered gifts, signed autographs and posed for photos along with team mascot 'Jack' the Jackal. Pediatric patient Jhosua Santana (resident of Paterson), had a great time with his new pals, giving the visit 2 thumbs up and a great big smile.

Important Announcement Regarding Ascension Health Care Network

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CrossSt. Joseph's Healthcare System in Paterson, NJ, announced that it will not enter into a for-profit hospital alliance agreement with Ascension Health Care Network, St. Louis, MO.

 

This decision was made by the Board of Trustees of St. Joseph's Healthcare System in a closed meeting on Thursday, August 2, 2012, following extensive analysis and careful consideration of all aspects of the proposed alliance. Board of Trustees meetings are confidential and details regarding this decision will not be released.

 

With a tradition of healthcare service excellence and community commitment that spans 145 years, St. Joseph's Healthcare System will continue to consider and investigate options for healthcare collaborations and alliances as they arise.

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Feeding Center Conference

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Save the Date: November 14-15, 2013

 

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Update: AOTA CREDITS OBTAINED! This conference has been approved for 1.0 CEUs.

Update: CONFERENCE IS APPROVED FOR 3.0 TYPE 2 BCBA and BCaBA CEUs

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