Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) is one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, providing state-of-the-art care across the full range of healthcare services. As an academic health center and a Level I trauma center, we are at the forefront of medicine, leading the way to breakthroughs in research and technology, setting the standard for patient care, and ensuring quality care. The facility is a 600-bed academic medical center and the principal hospital of Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The organization has more than 5,200 employees and a medical staff of 1,300. The medical center provides training to 400 medical residents in all specialties, 500 nursing students and 300 allied health professionals. The hospital treats more than 200,000 patients annually and has more than 35,000 annual admissions with $800 million in annual net revenues.
RWJUH Centers of Excellence include cardiovascular care (http://www.rwjuh.edu/rwjheart/), from minimally invasive heart surgery to transplantation; cancer care (http://rwjuh.edu/cancer.html); and women’s and children’s care (http://rwjuh.edu/women.html), including The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (http://www.bmsch.org) at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. The hospital also serves as a national resource in its groundbreaking approaches to emergency preparedness. It is the flagship hospital of The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center and one of only 42 such centers nationwide.
RWJUH accolades are numerous. A few include:
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Reporting to the Executive Vice President, COO, the Senior Vice President, Nursing for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will be responsible and accountable for:
If interested, please apply by sending your resume to Jacqueline Piegaro, Jacqueline.firstname.lastname@example.org or Denise Panatieri, Denise.Panatieri@rwjuh.edu
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