Events, Classes and Groups

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

For 24-hour assistance and meeting information call 800-245-1377; 908-687-8566 or visit www.nnjaa.org.

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Self-Help and Support Groups

Self-help and support groups that meet at Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick provide individuals and family members with information, education and assistance in learning to cope with the emotional and practical...

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Community Health Education Lectures

For more information and to register to attend an event, please call 1-888-MD RWJUH (1-888-637-958) or visit the rwjbh.org Events calendar. Other Locations: Old Bridge, Hamilton, Rahway, and Carteret.

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Childbirth and New Parent Education

There are many things to think about as you prepare to have your baby. Not only do you have to think about buying diapers, a crib, an infant car seat and more, but you also need to think about getting prepared for the delivery itself. To make this process easier for you, Robert...

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Fundraisers and Special Events

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital hosts various fundraisers and special events throughout the year. For more information and to register to attend an event, please contact events@rwjbh.org or visit the rwjuhfdn.org Fundraising Events.

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Safety and Injury Prevention Events

Trauma is the major cause of death in the United States, from childhood through middle age. From a motor vehicle collision to a child’s fall on a playground, trauma affects us all. The Injury Prevention Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s Level 1...

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EMS and Trauma Education

The EMS and Trauma Education Department provides CPR, first aid, EMS, and emergency care training for audiences ranging from the general public to physicians. Many offerings for healthcare professionals carry continuing education credit. Off-site training can also be requested....

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Patient Stories

  • "We cannot say enough about the staff – doctors, nurses, techs, the housekeeping staff, transport personnel. They all make the kids in the hospital feel special."

    Rishi
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  • “Sickle cell disease may seem like it’s a heavy burden, but with the right medical attention and a positive attitude, it doesn’t hold me back from achieving things in my life."

    Pauline
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  • “The first night I put it on, it was the best night’s sleep I had in my life."

    Jennifer & Carolyn
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