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JFK Magazine Winter 2019



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Congratulations to JFK Family Medicine Center: Center for Pregnancy for being selected as a 2015 Community Leader of Distinction!

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At JFK Medical Center, we are committed to providing qualified, compassionate care with state-of-the-art technology and emergency services to our community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The newly renovated ED at JFK Medical Center consists of, 50 adult private beds, a separate Pediatric Emergency Department (hyperlink to New PEDS ED page, to be created) with 14 private beds and a spacious and an efficient patient arrival center. Our team works together to provide you with privacy, safety and fast access to a team of specialists trained in emergency medicine.

With our recent welcoming to the ever-growing Hackensack Meridian Health family, JFK Medical Center Emergency Department and JFK Satellite Emergency Department is part of an extensive network of 16 hospitals that stretch from Northern to Southern New Jersey. JFK Medical Center now has countless specialties to draw on to offer our patients the highest level of care.

What happens when you get to the ER?

Everyone’s journey will be different. A major goal of the emergency department at JFK Medical Center is to reduce wait times. We want to get patients from the door to an available bed, as quickly as possible.

Upon arrival to the Emergency Department you will be greeted and provided with a Care Passport, a personalized document to keep you informed and involved. The Passport will outline your plan of care during your ED stay and serve as a reference guide to find team members names and contact information.

We understand, no one looks forward to an emergency department visit. We realize, you are here because you need immediate medical attention. We want what you want, to provide you with safe and high quality care.

After your Visit to the ED

You are now prepared to return home. Below is a checklist to help ensure that your transition and recovery go well:

  • Review and follow your care and discharge instructions
  • Fill any prescriptions that were given to you by the emergency care team
  • Make sure you schedule any follow-up care visits that were recommended
  • Take your discharge folder and information with you to your next doctor’s appointment

If your symptoms or condition persist or worsen, call your primary care physician. If you have questions regarding your emergency medical care, please call 732-321-7601.

  • For a true medical emergency, call 911 for assistance.
  • To learn more about JFK Medical Center, please call 732-321-7161.
  • To reach the JFK Medical Center Billing Office, please call 732-321-7527.

Emergency Services

911 or (732) 321-7601

JFK Medical Center
65 James Street
Edison, NJ 08820

Hours of Operation:
Seven days per week, 24 hours a day.

The JFK Medical Center Emergency Department and Mercy Nine — the mobile intensive care unit — provides emergency medical care to community residents in the event of an accident or life-threatening situation. Certified, professional paramedics and nurses arrive at the scene of an accident or sudden illness to provide emergency medical care prior to transporting a patient to the hospital.

The Emergency Department and its staff treat an average of 60,000 patients a year.