RAHWAY – Cardiac patients and their families will appreciate the newly renovated 3C Telemetry Unit at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway. In addition to a fresh new look, the 24-bed unit has a new patient and family lounge, energy-saving LED lighting and the latest telemetry equipment. An expanded nursing station offers meeting space for physicians, nurses and case managers.
In addition to the newly renovated cardiac unit, planned improvements to the hospital’s cardiac program include new cardiac catheterization lab equipment and expanded services.
Telemetry patients move into the new unit on Jan. 4.
Pictured at a ceremonial ribbon cutting and open house held Dec. 29 are (left to right) RWJ Rahway Foundation Chairman Joseph Gibilisco, Hospital President and CEO Kirk Tice, and the unit’s Nurse Manager Louise Schneider. (Photo courtesy of RWJUH)
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