Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Hopewell resident’s concussion reveals a tumor that leads to awake brain surgery at Capital Health

Capital Health’s Center for Neuro-Oncology is helping patients in new, innovative ways.

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Make your quit resolution stick

Tobacco dependence is an addiction and it’s important to understand that quitting takes preparation and thought to ensure success

Capital Health launches satellite emergency department at Deborah Heart and Lung Center

Deborah is Burlington County’s only fully licensed cardiac center
Vascular surgeon Dr. Christine Lotto

Harvard-trained vascular surgeon joins Capital Health Surgical Group

Dr. Christine Lotto, a board certified and fellowship trained general and vascular surgeon, has joined Capital Health Surgical Group

RWJ University Hospital Hamilton partners with farms, community organizations to bring healthy food to Trenton

To combat to obesity epidemic in Mercer County, RWJUHH partnered with Snipes Farm, The Maker’s and Westminster Presbyterian Church to create the Farm to Family program

Princeton Medical Institute now partnering with Lyft

Princeton Medical Institute and Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation have been working together with the goal to treat Alzheimer’s Disease. PMI is now offering free transportation through Lyft for patients interested in participating in Alzheimer’s studies.

Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell Earns National Award for Quality

Third Consecutive “A” Awarded by the Leapfrog Group’s Hospital Safety Grade

How to treat varicose veins

Dr. Honesto M. (Sto) Poblete from RWJ Vein and Vascular Surgery in Hamilton offers insight to this common condition.

Stoneking: Avoiding problems with problem areas

Osteoarthritis or “wearing out” of the shoulder is a slow, progressive condition

St. Francis Medical Center first in Mercer County to offer Watchman implant

St. Francis Medical Center is the first hospital in Mercer County to offer patients with atrial fibrillation (afib) the Watchman implant.