RWJUH Hamilton at a Glance

Founded in 1971 and located in Hamilton Township, NJ, on a 67‐acre campus adjacent to Veterans Park, RWJUH Hamilton provides a network of comprehensive health care services including hospital care, prevention and wellness, primary care and specialty practices, and outpatient diagnostic and treatment services to the community.

RWJ University Hospital – Hamilton

The hospital is the largest employer in Hamilton Township, and provides nursing and allied health training to 13 surrounding colleges and universities.

RWJUH Hamilton includes outpatient centers in Columbus, Ewing, Hamilton, and Lawrenceville; five Lakeview Child Centers throughout Mercer County; and the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness & Wellness Center.

RWJUH Hamilton

The Cancer Center at RWJUH Hamilton integrates medical, radiation and surgical oncology, with support services such as rehabilitation, genetics, social work, nutrition and lab. RWJUH Hamilton is an affiliate of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick, the only National Cancer Institute‐designated comprehensive cancer center in New Jersey. The Institute provides access to specialists, clinical trials and new scientific advances for the treatment of all types of malignancies and blood disorders.

Surgeons focus on minimally‐invasive surgery and the robotic‐assisted surgery program includes general, bariatric, colorectal, gynecologic, orthopedic and urologic surgery. The Center for Orthopedic & Spine Health is the only orthopedic program in the capital region that is nationally‐certified in knee, hip and spine surgery.

Our Annual Report to the Community

Mission: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton is committed to excellence through service and quality. We exist to promote, preserve and restore the health of our community.

Vision: Our vision is to passionately pursue the health and well-being of our patients, employees and the community through our culture of exceptional service and commitment to quality.

Safety Together

Safety Values

  1. Don't harm me.
  2. Help me.
  3. Be nice to me.

speak up for safetySpeak up for safety
(ARCC, Stop the Line)

Accurately communicateAccurately communicate
(SBAR, Repeat- and Read-Backs, Number and Letter Clarifications, Structured Handoffs)

Focus on the taskFocus on the task
(STAR)

Exercise and accept a questioning attitudeExercise and accept a questioning attitude
(Validate and Verify, Clarifying Questions)

Thoughtfully interactThoughtfully interact
(Five Tones, AIDET)

You and me togetherYou and me together
(Cross-check and Coach, 5:1 Feedback)

Patient Stories

  • "It was a fast recovery. I feel much better."

    Denise and Michael
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  • For Mary Jo Hartmann, the two hip replacement surgeries she underwent at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton were the "greatest miracle" of her life.

    Mary Jo
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  • Thanks to spine surgery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, a physician can walk without pain and is back to playing golf again.

    Robert
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