Medical Center Celebrates Opening of New Outpatient and Imaging Suites

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PERTH AMBOY–As part of Raritan Bay Medical Center’s (RBMC) ongoing growth and renewal program, the medical center celebrated the opening of new Outpatient and Imaging Suites in the refurbished Perth Amboy Blue Wing April 14.

The wing’s entranceway and first level floor underwent a complete transformation and cosmetic upgrade, adding a new Center for Women, new location for the Center for Wound Healing that houses two hyperbaric oxygen chambers, cutting-edge MRI scanner, digital mammography and a convenient access point and parking for the medical center’s physical therapy and rehabilitation services.


RBMC’s Center for Women, also located in Old Bridge, focuses on meeting women’s specific healthcare needs and provides education, testing and treatment unique to women. In addition to bone densitometry and stereotactic breast biopsy services, used to discover osteoporosis and cancer respectively, the new Perth Amboy Center adds breast MRI imaging and MRI-guided biopsy, making the medical center one of few New Jersey hospitals to offer these advanced services in combination.

Raritan Bay’s Center for Wound Healing is a complete treatment facility, helping patients with persistent wounds find the ideal procedures to effectively heal. In-depth research into patients’ history, injuries and past treatments help the center’s multi-disciplinary team discover holistic and advanced options for complete healing, including the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

“It has been an exciting time at Raritan Bay Medical Center recently. We have been able to launch new services, expand our network of outpatient facilities and enhance amenities to match our already high-quality patient outcomes and exemplary clinical and Magnet nursing staff. The new suites and services in our renovated blue wing provide our outpatients with state-of-the-art technology and expert care in a convenient and comfortable location,” said Michael R. D’Agnes, president and CEO of Raritan Bay Medical Center. “Ultimately, our goal is to be the medical destination of choice for the community we serve.”

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