Foundation Golf Outing

Join us at the Foundation's 21st Annual Golf Classic

Monday, May 12, 2014 • Hackensack Golf Club

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LTC and Your Loved Ones

Long Term Care and Your Loved Ones:
What You Need To Know

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 • 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. • BRMC Auditorium

An informative and practical look at the challenging and complex issues facing families seeking long term care for a loved one. RSVP in advance by calling 201.967.4098 or register online. Space is limited. Download a flyer

Three Divisions of Care, One Commitment to Excellence.

Three Divisions of Care, One Commitment to Excellence.

Bergen Regional Medical Center provides a comprehensive set of quality services including Long Term Care, Behavioral Health Care and Acute Care to the Bergen County community.

Visiting Professors

BRMC’s Psychiatry Residency Program

BRMC's Visiting Professors are internationally recognized leaders who teach modules in their area of expertise.

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Long Term Care at BRMC

Quality of Care, Quality of Life

The Long Term Care Division at BRMC is accredited by the Joint Commission. Less than 6% of LTC facilities nationwide pursue and receive Joint Commission accreditation. Learn More

Evergreen Substance Abuse Treatment Center at BRMC

Evergreen Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Evergreen’s full range of services includes Inpatient Detoxification, Residential Treatment, Partial Hospital Programming and Intensive Outpatient Programming. Learn More

Acute Rehabilitation at BRMC

Acute Medical Services

The BRMC Acute Rehabilitation Department provides physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology services. Patients can be referred to any of these services by their physician. Learn More

Horticultural Therapy at BRMC

Horticultural Therapy

The Foundation at BRMC renovated the BRMC Greenhouse and supports the Horticultural program for the therapeutic benefit of long term care residents. Learn more about the Foundation's projects.

Three Divisions of Care...One Commitment to Excellence.

Long Term Care | Behavioral Health Services | Acute Care

Located at 230 East Ridgewood Avenue in Paramus, NJ, Bergen Regional Medical Center provides a comprehensive set of quality services including Long Term Care, Behavioral Health Care and Acute Care to the Bergen County community. Bergen Regional is both the largest hospital with 1,070 beds and the largest licensed nursing home in New Jersey.

The entire Medical Center, including its Long Term Care Division, is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. Less than 6% of Long Term Care facilities nationwide pursue and receive Joint Commission accreditation.

Additionally, with 323 beds, Bergen Regional is one of the largest medical resources providing a continuum of care for the behavioral health community and is a safety net provider for the mentally impaired, elderly, uninsured or underinsured for the state of New Jersey. BRMC also provides services for those eligible for health insurance or Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

As a complement to its long term care and behavioral health/substance abuse expertise, Bergen Regional also offers acute medical services including: 24/7 emergency department; surgical suites; physical rehabilitation; pharmacy; laboratory; radiologic services (including digital mammography) and more than 20 ambulatory specialties available through the BRMC Clinic. You can have all of your outpatient healthcare needs fulfilled in one convenient location.

Whatever your medical or mental health needs, Bergen Regional Medical Center is committed to providing you or your loved one with compassionate and quality care.

March is Colon Cancer awareness month. Cancer screening saves lives.

Typically colon cancer screening should start at age 50. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) screening might need to start earlier if:

  • You or a close relative have had colorectal polyps or colorectal cancer
  • You have inflammatory bowel disease.
  • You have genetic syndromes such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer.

Speak with your doctor about when you should begin screening and how often you should be tested.

A colonoscopy is used to look for polyps, since colon cancer almost always develops from precancerous polyps. Polyps are abnormal growths in the colon or rectum. Colonoscopies find the growths and they are removed before they turn into cancer.

BRMC has an excellent facility for performing colonoscopies. If you’ve not had healthcare benefits before or if you currently have or have been eligible for Charity Care in the past, you may be eligible for Medicaid or Affordable Healthcare under the new Affordable Care Act. For an appointment call 201.225.7130

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