Apr 2, 2024 Executive Leader from Jersey City Medical Center Honored for Outstanding Contributions During Women’s History Month

Stacie Newton receives recognition during Women's History Month
Photo caption: Stacie Newton receives recognition during Women's History Month. Pictured, from left to right: Jersey City Medical Center's Board Chairman, Carlos Lejnieks; Chairperson of the Hudson County Board, Anthony L. Romano; Hudson County Executive Craig Guy; Stacie Newton, Assistant Vice President, Jersey City Medical Center and County Prosecutor Esther Suarez.

Jersey City, NJ—Stacie Newton, a trailblazing advocate and leader, was among several honorees by the Hudson County Executive and the Board of County Commissioners during a special ceremony on March 26, 2024. The event, held in the Rotunda of Brennan Courthouse, was part of Women's History Month, recognizing the remarkable achievements and unwavering commitment of women in Hudson County.

An accomplished professional, Stacie Newton is the Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Public Relations at Jersey City Medical Center, a facility of RWJBarnabas Health. In addition to her role at the Medical Center, Newton has been a driving force for community outreach and education to strengthen underserved communities. She has also served as a mentor and role model to countless young women seeking career guidance and direction, and her efforts have fostered inclusivity, diversity, and progress.

“It is important for women to break barriers by continually lifting each other and creating opportunities for future generations, and I greatly appreciate this honor,” said Newton.

In addition to receiving an official citation, Jersey City Medical Center's Board Chairman, Carlos Lejnieks, joined the Hudson County Executive, Craig Guy, and the Chairman of the Hudson County Board of Commissioners, Anthony Romano, in presenting Newton with an official Hudson County medallion.

About Jersey City Medical Center

Jersey City Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, is Healing, Enhancing, and Investing in Hudson County. It is a comprehensive, full-service acute and sub-acute care 348-bed teaching hospital. A not-for-profit hospital, the Medical Center is a state-designated Level II Regional Trauma Center with nearly 16,000 admissions and over 80,000 Emergency Department visits annually. The hospital's specialty services include women's health, orthopedics, heart and vascular care, and behavioral health. JCMC is the only full-service heart hospital in Hudson County, offering access to outstanding cardiologists and sophisticated and advanced treatments, such as cardiac surgery and Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacements (TAVR). RWJBarnabas Health and Jersey City Medical Center are in partnership with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state's only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. JCMC is also a state-designated stroke center, a regional comprehensive cardiac center, a perinatal intensive care center, a regional level 3 neonatal intensive care unit for critically ill newborns, and home to the most advanced robotic-assisted surgical program in Hudson County. JCMC, a provider of Advanced Life Support for Hudson County, runs 911 Medical Call Screening for Hudson County and operates one of the state's busiest EMS systems.

Contact: Stacie Newton
Mobile: 201-424-9678
E-mail: Stacie.Newton@rwjbh.org