Su Salud Medical Program

at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick

James Valentin

James Valentin
Health Care Navigator
Bilingüe (Inglés - Español)
732-937-8908
James.Valentin@rwjbh.org

The Su Salud Medical Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick was developed to provide the highest level of quality care to the Hispanic population. As per 2019’s Community Health Needs Assessment, Middlesex County’s population is 21.3 percent Hispanic and New Brunswick’s Hispanic population is 54.2 percent. Our goal is to ensure culturally and linguistically competent care to facilitate timely access to all health care services, improve health outcomes, decrease health disparities, and achieve health equity.

At Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick, our doctors are experienced in treating conditions that are prevalent in the Hispanic communities, such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

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We Speak Your Language

Our bilingual staff is fluent in Spanish.

With one call to the Patient Navigator, you can ensure that a Spanish-speaking guide will help you through your health care journey.

Our Patient Navigators Are Here to Help

A Patient Navigator will guide you through the complex health care system. They can:

  • Assess your needs
  • Make appointments
  • Arrange round-trip transportation
  • Help fill out patient forms
  • Accompany you to treatments
  • Provide interpretation/translation

Su Salud Medical Program Services

  • Bilingual Spanish-speaking staff that understands your language and culture and can help you access the health and medical care services you want and need
  • Personalized case management services help take the stress out of managing medical care so patients can concentrate on achieving and maintaining good health
  • Communication with your referring physician to keep them apprised of your medical care and any treatment that you undergo to enhance the continuum of your care
  • Physician liaisons that can help coordinate in-hospital care and services
  • Translation/interpretation services and support from a dedicated multi-dialect, bilingual staff for Hispanic/Latinx patients who are admitted to the hospital
  • Timely referrals and appointments for doctors and specialists, outpatient services, and additional tests and treatments

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Su Salud PDF (English)
Su Salud PDF (Spanish)

For more information about the Su Salud Medical Program at RWJUH New Brunswick, please call 732-937-8908.