MCCC nursing professor Lisa Dunn now working side-by-side with 5 former students at RWJ Hospital Hamilton
The hospital says the contributions will be used to support the hospital’s ongoing priority mission of patient and staff safety
Ewing resident Miguel Ortiz spent more than 40 days in the hospital fighting COVID-19—most of it on a ventilator. This week he finally got to go home.
Mercer County is closing its drive-up COVID-19 testing site in the parking lot of Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township and moving it to Trenton, effective tomorrow.
Dr. Aleesha Shaik, a graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North, writes about her experiences combating the coronavirus at a hospital in New York City.
The site now includes an information hub for assistance programs and public safety, community impact dashboard for latest stats on the pandemic, and a "business recovery center" for the city’s grant and loans to small businesses
Hope is in Hamilton is a campaign launched May 1 on the RWJUH Hamilton and the Shop Hamilton business’ social media pages with uplifting and inspirational messages of hope paired with the hashtag #HopeIsInHamilton
Businesses will be allowed to start back up — with restrictions — within a week's time
Just days after helping Mercer County launch its first Covid-19 testing center, the public health emergency notification system coordinator for the Mercer County Division of Public Health succumbed to the virus
Executive Order No. 138, which is a response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, will remain in effect until Monday, June 8.