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Hackensack University Medical Plaza
One of the largest ambulatory facilities in the country, this nine-story, 276,000-square-foot facility houses physician offices and medical center programs. Some of its special amenities include valet parking, door service and even a medical spa that blends ancient massage techniques and modern medicine to refresh body, mind and spirit. Built in 1998, the Medical Plaza was funded in large part by donations made to the HUMC Foundation.

Banta Lobby

Banta Lobby at the George Link Pavilion
Designed with the grace and style of a five-star hotel, the Banta Lobby is the hospital's main entrance and features rich woods and marble flooring.  The Banta Lobby was renovated and refurbished in 1998 thanks to the gifts of the Auxiliary of Hackensack University Medical Center.  It also includes the Margery S. and Charles J. Rothschild, Jr. Recognition Gallery, an area dedicated to the individuals, families, corporations, and foundations who have supported Hackensack University Medical Center over the years, and who continue to support us now.

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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 HUMC 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, HUMC’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. Thanks to the support of radio icon Don Imus, WFAN Radio, the Tomorrows Children’s Fund and donations made to the HUMC Foundation, the facility opened its doors in 1994.

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