Welcome to Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus

Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus is a fully accredited acute care hospital dedicated to providing the finest medical and health care services to the residents of Ocean and Monmouth counties. An affiliate of the RWJBarnabas Health system, Monmouth South is a sister hospital to Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch.

Monmouth South is the only hospital in the region to provide private rooms on all of its inpatient units, providing an environment more conducive to healing. Several other enhancements have been made to provide superior service to Lakewood and surrounding region as well including the Better Health Senior Membership Program, state-of-the-art Geriatrics Institute, and an expansion of cancer services.

Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus is conveniently located on Route 9 in Lakewood and is committed to helping patients live their best lives by getting them back to the activities that are most important to them, sooner.

For more information about our facility, call 732.363.1900.

Specialty Services

  • Comprehensive Treatments for Heart and Vascular Care

    Our vascular specialists use the latest, innovative diagnostic technologies to create individualized treatment plans.

  • We believe aging isn’t a diagnosis.

    At Monmouth Medical Southern Campus, let our team of specialists return the favor and take care of you.

  • Let’s Beat Cancer Together.

    We provide support and a vast array of services and programs to help cancer patients and their families before, during and after treatment.

  • Getting You Back To Your Daily Routine

    Treatment at our facilities is focused on returning patients to their regular daily activities as quickly as possible.

  • Promoting The Healing Process

    Our center is staffed by a team of experienced wound care specialists who will customize the most effective treatment plan to stimulate healing, returning you to your life as quickly as possible.

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    Glenn Harrison was surprised to get a medical diagnosis that he had a cardiac problem. With the expert cardiac care available throughout our health system, coordinating a stent procedure at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and cardiac rehabilitation at Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus, where Glenn was born and sought care throughout his life, happened seamlessly. Your heart beats for more than just you. To get your heart checked, visit http://www.rwjbh.org/heart
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    Grateful patient Dorothy Jones of Toms River credits her team of dedicated nurses and aides with providing the lifesaving care she needed. Dorothy was a patient in the Emergency Department at Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus in January after she slipped and broke her wrist. She was very impressed with the care and her hand surgeon remarked at how well her bone was set at the hospital. Then, in February, Dorothy was back with severe leg pain. Clots were discovered in her leg and lungs and she was admitted for four days while the team tried to dissolve them. Dorothy credits the hospital ...
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    Surviving the fight of her life, Barbara’s steadfast and upbeat nature genuinely made it a delight for the team at Monmouth South to return that positivity through their care. Barbara Fiedler of Forked River had experiences at three hospital throughout RWJBarnabas Health System after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She had surgery at Community Medical Center in Toms River, then due to unfortunate set-backs in her health, she became an inpatient, E.D. patient and later, she chose outpatient services for immunotherapy at Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus. “When I was diagnosed with ...
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    Warren Schuckies, a longtime resident of The Fairways at Lake Ridge community in Lakewood, spent several days at Monmouth South last summer. Gastrointestinal bleeding, related to his prescribed blood thinners, caused some serious symptoms and Warren credits the team at Monmouth South with playing a vital role in his recovery. In his words… “We had just returned from vacation on a cruise and I couldn’t walk or get out of bed. I am very lucky that Monmouth South is just a few miles from home. After arriving in an ambulance and being treated in the Emergency Department, I spent five days in the ...
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    Exceptional Cancer Care in the Neighborhood By looking at 49-year-old Tina Pilot, she seemed to be the picture of good health. The star softball player in high school was in the best shape of her life and rarely ever got sick. But, her active lifestyle kept her busy, and it had been nine years since she had a mammogram. After listening to friends who were giving her a hard time about her lapse in screening and volunteering at a Bras for Cause fundraising event in support of breast and cervical cancer, Tina scheduled her mammogram at Community Medical Center’s Women’s Imaging Center. Upon ...
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    In some ways, Austin Reid is your typical 15-year-old. The Southern Regional High School sophomore is on the cross country and track teams and enjoys watching The Walking Dead. However, there’s one thing that sets her apart from most teens her age. Austin has undergone several surgeries on her toe area of her left foot due to macrodactyly, a rare condition that can affect the feet and the hands, causing the toes or fingers to be abnormally large due to the overgrowth of the underlying bone and soft tissue. During her first surgery, performed at another hospital in October 2014, Megan Lubin, ...
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    Unexpected trips to the hospital can be unsettling. But, when Lakewood resident Bob Hertzendorf brought his beloved wife Phyllis in for emergency treatment, he was immediately impressed by the level of care and compassion. When Phyllis heart rate dropped and she began sweating, her husband of 65 years was understandably concerned. Phyllis suffers from atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib, an irregular heartbeat that can lead to serious heart-related complications, such as blood clots and stroke. When Phyllis and Bob arrived in the Geriatric Emergency Medicine (GEM) Unit at Monmouth Medical ...
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Patient Stories

  • The people that work there are extremely helpful and care about the patients.

  • “Every person was just fabulous! I was able to keep positive because they were so great. They treated me like a priority and the care was exceptional. The staff really deserves to be recognized.”

  • "The team has always gone out of their way to keep me and my family informed."

  • We had just returned from vacation on a cruise and I couldn’t walk or get out of bed. I am very lucky that Monmouth South is just a few miles from home.

  • “Everyone was so compassionate and made my life easy during one of my darkest hours. From the moment I walked into my first chemo, the nurses made me feel as if I would get through this with ease. They feel like part of my family now.”

  • “Dr. Lubin and Dr. Nair worked together so well with the team at MMCSC to care for Austin and help her heal. After being at MMCSC and experiencing the services, there is no doubt MMCSC is the best choice for treatment.”

  • “In the 18 years we have lived in Lakewood, we have seen the hospital change and grow. With significant updates in the last few years, we are more confident than ever in the medical care provided so close to home."

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Providing Care for Millions of Patients Every Year

At Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus, we are committed to quality and excellence in patient care. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and to provide you with an environment that is conducive to healing and promotes patient safety. The Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus management and staff abide by the philosophy that all patients are to be treated with respect, dignity, and sensitivity. 

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