Our Facilities

Thanks to our generous donors, the face of our campus is constantly changing as we strive to meet the health needs of our community and our region. In the past 20 years, successful capital campaigns under the guidance of Foundation staff and the support of volunteer leadership have resulted in the following additions to the medical center's facilities.

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John Theurer Cancer Center
The John Theurer Cancer Center (JTCC) began serving patients in January, 2011. This 155,000 square-foot facility is home to adult outpatient cancer services. It incorporates diagnostic facilities, chemotherapy, preparation and infusion areas, pharmacy and laboratory resources, as well as a full spectrum of radiation oncology services. As one of the nation's largest blood and marrow transplantation programs, we offer direct access to promising medications and surgeries. JTCC implements the best of prevention, treatment and research in an atmosphere of collaboration and respect. Our world-class team provides comprehensive care in a patient-centered, state-of-the-art facility.

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Heart & Vascular Hospital
Located in the Patient Pavilion
The Heart & Vascular Hospital provides the complete spectrum of care from early detection and screening to intervention and rehabilitation. With a focus on our heart failure program, the most rapidly growing area of cardiovascular disease, we are also expanding our cardiac assist device (mechanical heart) program and developing a heart transplant program. As a leader in the performance of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons work together on this revolutionary procedure to replace severely narrowed aortic valves using a catheter approach that avoids open heart surgery and offers new hope to patients with limited surgical options.

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Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital
The Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital is located in the Sarkis and Siran Gabrellian Women's & Children's Pavilion, one of the first environmentally responsible, sustainable healthcare facilities in the US. This state-of-the-art facility includes well-equipped intensive care and inpatient units, and comfortable outpatient accommodations for patients and families. In addition, we have the most modern technology available for diagnosis and treatment of pediatric patients.

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AirMed One Helicopter
As part of the commitment to strengthening our regional network, the Hackensack University Health Network helicopter, AirMed One, became operational on April 5, 2012. Within the first six months, it completed more than 100 flights. This achievement demonstrated what a valuable resource AirMed One is to the community in providing critical care in the air. As our health network continues to grow, we look forward to continuing to provide life-saving services to our affiliate hospitals and beyond.

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Sarkis and Siran Gabrellian Women's and Children's Pavilion
The 300,000-square-foot, multi-story Pavilion is home to the Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital, the Donna A. Sanzari Women's Hospital, and the Mark Messier Skyway for Tomorrows Children. By centralizing maternity and pediatric inpatient services we hope to provide seamless, high quality care to every family in the region. The Pavilion opened in 2006, thanks to a highly successful fundraising campaign led by the HackensackUMC Foundation Board of Trustees.

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Audrey Hepburn Children's House
The world's first Audrey Hepburn Children's House is a state-designated Regional Diagnostic Center for Child Abuse and Neglect serving northern New Jersey. Opened in 2002, the facility provides a unique private environment which is specifically designed to address all aspects of child maltreatment in a professional yet compassionate manner. The building of the Audrey Hepburn Children's House was funded by government, private and public donations.

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David Joseph Jurist Research Center for Tomorrows Children
Within this five-story, 55,000-square-foot facility, our scientists conduct basic clinical research, DNA sequencing and other activities in pursuit of groundbreaking discoveries in nearly every aspect of medicine. The David and Alice Jurist Institute for Research is equipped with audio-visual technology and a telecommunications system so that researchers can participate in multi-site continuing education programs with their peers from around the world. It opened its doors in 2001, funded in large part by donations made to the HackensackUMC Foundation and the Tomorrows Children's Fund.

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DON IMUS-WFAN Pediatric Center for Tomorrows Children
This facility houses the outpatient programs of the Tomorrows Children's Institute, HackensackUMC's outstanding pediatric cancer and blood disorders program. The DON IMUS-WFAN Pediatric Center for Tomorrows Children provides a comfortable atmosphere and world-class care for patients and their families. We are grateful for the support of radio icon Don Imus, WFAN Radio, the Tomorrows Children's Fund and the many generous donors who contributed to the HackensackUMC Foundation.

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