Three Great hospitals. One Patient-Centered Healthcare System.
CarePoint Health brings together three Hudson County hospitals: Bayonne Medical Center, Christ Hospital in Jersey City; and Hoboken University Medical Center.
Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne Medical Center is a 278-bed, fully accredited, acute-care hospital. Since opening its doors more than a century ago, it has provided quality, comprehensive, community-based healthcare services to more than 70,000 people annually. Bayonne Medical Center is committed to staying at the forefront of medical technology. A new cardiac catheterization suite complements the hospital’s state-of-the-art cardiac services, while a fully renovated oncology suite includes PET/CT, or Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography, a medical imaging device used by physicians for diagnostic and staging purposes.
Christ Hospital in Jersey City has been delivering quality healthcare to Hudson County for more than 140 years. With a highly-qualified medical team — including more than 500 doctors with specialties ranging from allergies to vascular surgery — the 376-bed acute care facility offers a full spectrum of services and has been recognized for excellence in cardiovascular, respiratory, and newborn care. As a state-certified Stroke Center and Primary Angioplasty Center, Christ Hospital provides lifesaving emergency interventions with outcomes that rank among the best in New Jersey.
Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC) provides advanced medical technologies in support of its medical staff, nursing team, and other caregivers, to enable state-of-the-art care to citizens of Hoboken and the surrounding communities. At 333 beds, HUMC offers excellence in emergency medicine in the 34-bay emergency room and the dedicated OB/GYN ED; inpatient rehabilitation; transitional care; child and adult behavioral health; women’s care; wound care; and numerous surgical subspecialties. The American Heart and Stroke Association awarded the Silver Award to HUMC for its dedication to improving quality of care for stroke patients. Overall, HUMC was ranked in the top ten in New Jersey for care quality among all hospitals in the state with 350 beds or fewer.