Nursing Mission, Vision, Values

Our Mission

To deliver safe, quality, cost effective healthcare services, providing access and value to the community through a unified effort that meets individual needs with dignity and respect.

Our Vision

Through its dynamic, strategic partnerships, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway is dedicated to the delivery of a safe continuum designed to meet community needs for preventative service, acute care and chronic care. The continuum shall provide accessibility, quality and value to its customers.

Our Values


We assure access to care or appropriate referral for all, regardless of ability to pay


We strive to meet the healthcare needs of the patients, families, businesses, industries, and community members who reside or work within our service area

Dignity and Respect

We affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual and treat all those we serve with compassion, kindness, dignity, and respect recognizing confidentiality and patient rights in our daily practice

Dynamic Services

We continually strive to identify community need and to implement services which meet the ever changing environment


We forge strong partnerships with those who share our values and service to our community


We are committed to excellence, which is characterized by high performance, innovation, stewardship of resources, teamwork, and regular evaluation service outcome.


We trust our colleagues and physicians as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, dignity, and respect


We believe that value is a balance of access, quality, and cost. We strive to meet the patient’s perception of value.


We are committed to delivering our services in a safe environment that protects patients, staff, and visitors.

Shared Governance

Rahway Nursing Practice Model

Our Nursing Professional Practice Model which is the driving force of nursing care and practice we delivery to our patients and each other.

Patient Stories

  • Before surgery, walking a half mile took 45 minutes. Now it takes me 12.

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  • “It really shows how fortunate I am.”

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