For generations, University Hospital has served the greater Newark community by delivering high quality care, with passion and compassion. Now, in this time of unprecedented crisis, our care professionals are here, working to protect those we serve during the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak.
FOR YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY
We are applying our clinical expertise, along with the expert guidance of local, state, and federal public health agencies, to ensure that we are adhering to best practices in our handling of suspected cases of COVID-19, while simultaneously delivering care to patients in need of other medical attention. For your health, we have temporarily instituted VISITOR RESTRICTIONS and have limited other services.
PROTECTING YOURSELF AND THOSE NEARBY
Currently, there is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19. Following simple preventative actions can help PROTECT YOURSELF and those around you from the spread of respiratory diseases, including COVID-19 or the flu
HOW YOU CAN HELP
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, YOU CAN HELP our physicians, nurses, medical students, and staff several ways, from slowing the spread of the disease, donating supplies or giving blood.
TRUSTED INFORMATION SOURCES
COVID-19 has created an unprecedented, worldwide pandemic and information is rapidly evolving. As it becomes available, it is important to trust information presented by credible TRUSTED RESOURCE.
Rutgers NJMS and University Hospital are doing everything we can to help ensure the continuity of your care during this public health crisis. As part of our ongoing efforts to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and keep patients healthy, we are now offering video or phone telehealth visits as an alternative to office visits.