Located just 8 miles west of Manhattan, Hackensack University Medical Center is a nonprofit teaching and research hospital that is the largest provider of healthcare services in the state of New Jersey with 775 inpatient beds.
EM Excellence Award
Our department was recently named one of only 2 New York City metro-area EDs to receive the HealthGrades EM Excellence award recognizing the quality of our ED care. You will also see our EM physicians on the sidelines of the New York Giants football games since our institution is the official hospital for the New York Giants.
The Face of Teamwork
On May 13, 2015, Scott Solomon was driving on the Garden State Parkway when his vehicle flipped several times and landed on its side. Scott suffered severe facial injuries. The crew from AirMed One respond to transport Scott to Hackensack University Medical Center. His injuries were so severe that paramedics could not lie Scott down in the helicopter without jeopardizing his ability to breathe. Scott was instead transported by ambulance. When he arrived, the trauma team, led by Sanjeev Kaul, M.D., chief, and John LoCurto, M.D., assistant chief, provided life-saving care to Scott. Hakan Usal, M.D. was then able to reconstruct Scott’s face.
20 Years of Magnet Designation
We Are Nursing
Hackensack University Medical Center nurses are dedicated to achieving excellence in patient- and family-centered care by providing the highest quality value-based service.
They are also lifelong learners, community advocates, missionaries and mentors all within their area of specialty practice.
Emergency Medicine Residency
Our mission is to train physicians with the passion to become the best Emergency Physicians.
Community CPR and First Aid Training
We offer training courses in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid courses are offered to the community through our Community CPR Training Center.
Hackensack University Medical Center believes that great pre-hospital care for our communities begins with high quality education.
Emergency Medicine Specialists
We'll Be There When You Need Us
The Gerald Kissler Institute for Family-Centered Care was created on the foundation that family members and friends play an essential role in the healing of patients. We believe that that family and friends should be included in the care of their loved ones to better understand the caring process, as well as be relieved from their bedside from time to time to take a needed break.