Few systems are as well-positioned to succeed as RWJBarnabas Health. Nationally,
hospitals are facing a variety of challenges, from diminishing state and
federal subsidies to requirements that providers deliver more care in
community based settings and more. By uniting our organizations, RWJBarnabas
Health is better positioned to navigate these challenges and continue
to succeed in the future.
Together we train 1,000 residents and interns annually. Additionally, we
are committed to the development of the most advanced services like cardiac
surgery, transplant, neurosurgery, pediatrics and leading-edge cancer
treatments, as well as expanding access to cutting-edge clinical trials.
And by joining forces on research, we quicken the pace of discovery for
We also continue our dedication to serving the people of New Jersey –
far beyond the care we provide within the four walls of a hospital, clinic
or doctor’s office. In fact, annually, our legacy systems contributed
a combined total of over $550 million in community services. These community
investments go toward things like charity care, food pantries, community
gardens, patient education, outreach and engagement programs, and programs
with schools and religious groups to keep people healthy and promote wellness.
Together, RWJBarnabas Health will be able to accomplish even more for
the communities we serve.
Additionally, we are a major economic contributor for the communities we
serve and the entire state. RWJBarnabas Health is New Jersey’s second
largest private employer – with 32,000 employees and 9,000 physicians.
RWJBarnabas Health is responsible for more than $1.9 billion in salaries
Together we strengthen how we care for the people of New Jersey and ensure
our patients receive the high-quality care they deserve for generations to come.