Your Guide to Being a Patient at Community Medical Center

When it comes to patient care, the staff of medical professionals across all of our New Jersey facilities strives to maintain an environment for patients and their families that will make recovery even easier. To do this, our hospitals and health centers try to keep every patient’s needs in mind.

At Community Medical Center, this is no different. We want you be ready for your visit with us. To do that, here are a few need-to-knows that will hopefully make your time with us more pleasant:

Parking:

There is a fee for general parking. Please bring your parking ticket with you. Payment for parking is made through the ticket machines located next to the main lobby.

Parking is free for those using our Outpatient Services, including Same Day Surgery, Outpatient Laboratory, Oncology, Radiology and Wound Care.

WiFi:

RWJBarnabas Health offers patients and families free WiFi Internet access.

Step 1: Locate the WiFi settings on your device and add our network name in all Caps: BHGUEST (note: our network name is not broadcasted)

Step 2: Set the Security type to WPA2 / WPA2-PSK

Step 3: Enter the password: bhwifi!!

In the event that users still cannot connect to the network, please direct them to contact our RWJBarnabas Health Guest Wireless Support Desk at 877-265-7582.

To learn more about everything else offered to you as a patient at Community Medical Center, please refer to our Patient Guide.




Patient Stories

  • “For me, the choice was simple,” says Thomas, who scheduled his first consultation with Dr. D’Ambrosio on August 6—which, coincidentally, was the day Barbara had her knee replacement surgery at Community Medical Center.

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