GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A free showcase full of exhibitors and experts on health care for people with physical, psychological or other disabilities is set to return to Stockton University for the fourth year.
New Jersey is in a good place heading into the 2019 Affordable Care Act marketplace, experts say, but upheaval on the federal level is causing some bumps along the way.
About 10 percent of U.S. clinicians — physicians, medical residents, nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants — reported they were sexually harassed within the past three years, a new report found.
A heat wave that drives you to the shore, warm water temperature that draws you to the surf and a yellow flag “for moderate rip currents” that hints at danger, but doesn’t prevent you from swimming: These conditions can prove to be a dangerous, even deadly combination, according to research …
The state is awarding $4.3 million across six agencies, including one serving South Jersey, to reduce cases of black infant and maternal deaths, officials announced Wednesday.
VENTNOR — A free vision and eye screening is offered Friday at the Ventnor Library on Atlantic Avenue as part of state and local efforts to reduce blindness.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — This week marked a big milestone for 18-week-old Makenna Spruill and her family. After spending 113 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Mainland Campus, Makenna is finally going home.
MANAHAWKIN — Atlantic Medical Imaging has opened a new location within the AtlantiCare Health Park, which opened last June as a one-stop-shop health complex.
The population at the Jersey shore swells by thousands in the summer as visitors arrive and seasonal residents return to their vacation homes, which means South Jersey health providers see an influx of patients with summer illnesses and injuries.
If a Medicaid patient comes into an emergency room with what turns out to be a minor or nonemergency case, New Jersey hospitals will see a standard $140 reimbursement payment for that health care if a new bill becomes law.
New Jersey hospitals will finally get June charity care and graduate medical education payments after a three-week delay, state officials announced Monday.
BRIDGETON — Inspira Health Network is opening a new inpatient detox and addiction-treatment unit at its health center in the city in response to the growing addiction epidemic in South Jersey.
Henry Burdsall said he drank and used drugs to “get out of himself” and to mask the underlying problems he was dealing with.
A former state leader in patient care and hospital practices has joined Inspira Health Network’s Board of Trustees, health officials announced Friday.
MAYS LANDING — John Brooks Recovery Center is moving most of its addiction treatment services in Atlantic City to a facility that will be built in the Hamilton Business Park in Mays Landing for a late 2019-early 2020 debut.
TRENTON — After spending months holding county town hall meetings and collecting input from New Jersey health providers on how to best reorganize mental health and addiction services at the state level, the Murphy administration is reversing those plans.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health regulators on Monday approved the first prescription drug made from marijuana, a milestone that could spur more research into a drug that remains illegal under federal law, despite growing legalization for recreational and medical use.
Health officials in New Jersey are warning of possible exposure to measles for people who visited several locations in Camden and Burlington counties over the last week.
At least 42 percent of newly diagnosed cancers in the United States are potentially avoidable, according to a recent American Cancer Society report, and that holds especially true for the many types of skin cancers.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Adella Gigliotti sat at her kitchen table with a cup of tea in hand and a bulky folder in the other.
Students at Stockton’s Atlantic City campus, as well as local residents, will have access to an on-campus AtlantiCare Urgent Care Center set to open in September, university and AtlantiCare officials announced Wednesday.
Cape May Police issued a warning Saturday to residents about a phone scam targeting Atlantic City Electric customers.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — As a nurse at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center for more than 30 years, Donna Dingman has helped care for many babies born too early. She is trained for a situation that can be one of the scariest of some parents’ lives.
ATLANTIC CITY — Police recovered a handgun after stopping a car Friday morning, resulting in the arrest of two city men.
LONG BRANCH — Police have identified two men who were found dead inside a home in Monmouth County Tuesday evening, according to reports.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California officials, having concluded coffee drinking is not a risky pastime, are proposing a regulation that will essentially tell consumers of America's favorite beverage they can drink up without fear.