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A group of New Brunswick students and a local artist have brought a colorful new mural to the corner of Hamilton Street and Plum Street. “Love Is Respect/El Amor es Respeto” is a project by Youth Advocate Programs (YAP) – Middlesex County with support from Artists Mentoring Against Racism, Drugs and Violence (AMARD&V), the New […]
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s emergency room will be the site of an expansion project this month that will affect traffic patterns on Little Albany Street. As of March 26, emergency room visitors will still be able to access the emergency room via a designated drop-off spot at the intersection of Somerset Street and Little […]
Twin brothers and NFL stars, Jason & Devin McCourty will host a blood drive at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s Arline and Henry Schwartzman Courtyard.
This blood drive is an annual event in support of the McCourty Twins Tackle Sickle Cell Campaign, which was launched in partnership with Embrace Kids Foundation in 2013.
All donors will receive a signed photo of the McCourty Twins and a t-shirt. Donors that register online before coming to the drive will also receive a $10 gift card to Hansel n’ Griddle.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital has announced a new support groups for adults living with diabetes. The group meets every third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center, located at 100 Kirkpatrick Street. Participants will discuss a range of topics related to diabetes management, including medication, […]
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset has announced open enrollment for a free 10-week Diabetes education program specifically geared toward African-American men and women ages 18 and older. “The Power Over Diabetes: Empowering Our Brothers & Sisters” will take place over 10 weeks from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning Saturday, September 24. Sessions will […]
“Orquidea” was a volunteer that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Community Health Promotions Director Mariam Merced met in her work. Orquidea was enthusiastic, young and full of life. Tragically, she was also killed by her husband in a terrible act of domestic violence. To honor her legacy, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the New Brunswick […]