Temporary Changes to Services and Visitation Policy at Jersey City Medical Center

Visitation Guidelines

We are ready to see you.
It’s safe to go to the hospital again.
Don’t delay your healthcare.
Your personal protection is our #1 priority.

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Cardiac Surgery

If you are wondering if it is safe to get your heart checked, the answer is yes. Cardiac is in full rhythm again. At Jersey City Medical Center, our doors are open and our heart specialists are ready to help you care for your heart. All adult cardiology and cardiac surgery services are open and ready with enhanced safety precautions to keep you safe.

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Emergency Department

Ready for you. It’s safe to come in for an emergency — don’t delay care. We recognize that patients and their families may be anxious to seek medical care at this time. However, it is vitally important to understand that care should not be delayed for patients experiencing signs and symptoms of a heart attack or stroke or other emergencies.

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Orthopedics

Up and running. It’s safe for you to come back: Don’t delay your healthcare. Throughout Jersey City Medical Center (JCMC), our number one priority is to keep our patients healthy and safe. We have put several new policies and procedures in place to create a safer environment for everyone.

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Outpatient Services

Ready for you. Appointments are now needed for all outpatient services: Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and audiology, and outpatient testing. (There is a Telemed option for physical, occupational and speech therapy, also by appointment.) We do this to make your visit as safe and comfortable as possible.

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Patient Education

Post COVID-19 testing. You’ve taken every precaution. So have we.

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Patient Stories

  • "Since taking biologics, I’ve not had to call the office about breathing problems once.”

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  • “Friends told me they’d been going through the same thing and no one knew. A lot of women are ashamed to admit that infertility or miscarriage are issues for them.”

    Melanie
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  • "I’m the last person anyone would think had a heart condition”

    Joe
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