Sara’s Smiles Foundation: Lift the Cloud, inspire the joy

Sara’s Smiles Foundation: Lift the Cloud, inspire the joy

http://www.saras-smiles.org

Our Mission:

Sara Smiles Foundation, a designated 501C3 organization, was created by Sara’s family to carry on her memory, spirit and legacy of hope, determination and cheer. Our mission is to foster a more positive environment and upbeat experiences for children who are diagnosed with cancer by providing a variety of resources to entertain, comfort and educate. The three major facets of Sara’s Smiles are our website, Inspiration Kits and Inspiration Stations. Each is designed to cultivate a warmer, more personal, more empowered experience for children and their families.

Our Website:

Our website; http://www.saras-smiles.org is designed for both the child diagnosed with cancer as well as his/her family and friends. The website provides information about our Inspiration Kits, Inspiration Stations and many valuable resources. A comprehensive, user-friendly list of organizations that support and advocate for kids with cancer as well as websites and apps for games, arts and crafts, stress management and pain relief are also featured on our site.

Our inspiration Kits:

Sara’s Smiles Inspiration Kits help cultivate a more positive environment and frame of mind for children who are fighting and surviving cancer. Each Inspiration Kit is designed to be durable, portable, practical and fun. Our kits contain a sampling of the resources found on our website-items that can help families stay organized, connect with others and explore creative ways to encourage smiles. Whether in the hospital or at home, we believe that engaging children not only brightens their spirits but empowers them as well. Sara’s Smiles donates Inspiration Kits to pediatric cancer patients in the many hospitals with whom we are partnered and also upon request free of charge. Kits can be ordered by phone or via our website.

Our Inspiration Stations:

Sara’s Smiles Inspiration Stations are where clouds are lifted and joy is inspired via the creation of bright, beautiful Inspiration Cards. Inspiration Stations are easy to set up and can be hosted by anyone, anywhere such as at schools, parties, shopping centers, etc. Volunteers hosting Inspiration Stations encourage people to share colorful, uplifting and positive words, phrases, quotes and pictures on cloud-shaped Inspiration Cards. The cards, crammed with positive ‘graffiti’. offer an extra measure of love and support to the patients and families who receive them. The Inspiration Cards can also be used to add a spot of colorful cheer to the walls of a child’s room. They act as a constant reminder of the strength that lies within each child and the unbroken, loving connection to a community that cares about them. Inspiration Cards are included in our kits. They can also be delivered as a surprise package of love and cheer to a child diagnosed with cancer upon request by family and/or friends. More information on how to host an Inspiration Station or to request the delivery of Inspiration Cards can be found on our website.

Our History:

Sara Burke was a vibrant, energetic, fun-loving five-year-old. She loved arts and crafts, mac’ n cheese, music, her Big Wheel and her big brother and big sister.

On July 6, 2007, Sara was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. She underwent many surgeries, chemotherapy, stem cell transplants and procedures of all sorts. Sara’s initial brain surgery left her with significant deficits, such as left-sided weakness and double vision. Sara worked very hard in a variety of therapies to regain her strength, coordination and independence. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia became a home away from home for Sara and her family. She and her mother lived there for seven months.

Tragically, on May 12, 2008, Sara lost her courageous battle with cancer. She leaves behind a legacy of hope and love that is truly inspirational. Sara battled her disease with fierce determination and an unwavering positive attitude, living every moment to its fullest, even under the most adverse circumstances. Although physically distant from the world she knew, Sara was able to harness the power of love and support. This energy filled her heart, brightened her outlook and strengthened her resolve to fight.

Hearing the diagnosis of cancer is both shocking and frightening and the hospital can be a scary place. Many families are unable to imagine happiness as part of the equation. Some may feel joy is inappropriate, others simply may not know how to incorporate it into their ‘new’ lives. Sara’s Smiles Foundation was created to help.

All donations to the Sara’s Smiles Foundation are tax deductible. Checks may be payable to: Sara’s Smiles Foundation and mailed to:

1349 Lindsay Lane

Meadowbrook, PA 19046

Visit our website to donate online at http://www.saras-smiles.org

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Sara’s Smilies Foundation pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. If you need any information on the organization, please call or email the above numbers. Thank you to this family in memory of their daughter.

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Obesity: A War you can Win-Center for Bariatric Surgery HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Obesity: A War you can Win:-Center for Bariatric Surgery HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Is your weight threatening your health? Have you tried other methods without results? Long-term Weight Loss that works for Life.

hackensackumcpv.com/weightloss

(201) 781-1380

Many people today are affected by severe obesity-weighing more than 100 pounds over their ideal weight-that threatens their health. Obesity can cause very serious health problems, like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, respiratory illness, depression and even infertility.

Did you know?

Studies show that weight loss surgery can reverse and even cure type 2 diabetes caused by obesity. Type 2 diabetes affects more than eight percent of obese Americans and is a major cause of heart disease, strokes and kidney failure.

The best route to your health goals:

At The Center for Bariatric Surgery at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley, our team includes cardiologists, pulmonologists, endocrinologists, dietitians and behavioral health specialist who work with you to determine the best route toward your health goals.

*Our obesity experts help to educate and evaluate every patient before surgery and offer excellent follow-up care and education after your procedure.

*Every patient receives the highest level of care with personal attention and expert guidance to make your journey toward a healthier life as successful as possible.

Bariatric Surgery Procedures Offered:

*Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band (LAP-BAND): this procedure is considered the least invasive offers the fastest recovery time and is completely reversible. A silicone band restricts the passageway into the stomach to limit the amount of food you can consume.

*Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: this type of surgery yields impressive weight loss results and helps to treat morbid obesity and obesity co-morbidities through food restriction and a decrease in Ghrelin, an appetite stimulant hormone.

*Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y-Gastric Bypass: this procedure permanently alters both the stomach and intestines to reduce the amount of food that can be digested and absorbed.

-Do you struggle with severe obesity that threatens your health?

-Do you suffer from poor self-esteem or depression because of your weight?

-Have you tried traditional weight loss methods like diet, weight loss pills and exercise-without any lasting results?

There have been many scientific studies that show these methods don’t work for the vast majority of people with severe weight issues. But there is a way to achieve long-term weight loss that works, for life. It’s called bariatric surgery and its available right here at The Center for Bariatric Surgery at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley.

At The Center for Bariatric Surgery at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley, every patient receives the highest level of care, before, during and after surgery.

We provide each patient with personal attention and expert guidance to make their journey toward a new, healthier life as successful as possible.

*World-Class Obesity Experts & Surgeons

*Patient-Focused Program

*Free Support Groups

*Dietary Support

*All Private Rooms

*Complimentary Valet Parking

To find out more about weight loss that works for life, call (201) 781-1380. To learn about upcoming weight loss seminars, visit hackensackumcpv.com/weightloss.

Center for Bariatric Surgery HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

250 Old Hook Road

Westwood, NJ  07675

(201) 781-1380

hackensackumcpv.com/weightloss

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Center for Bariatric Surgery at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley and I give them full credit for the work. Please call the above number for more information. I have never used the service so I have no opinion on it either yes or no to how it works.

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Center for Joint Replacement: HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Center for Joint Replacement: HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Bring movement back to your life…

The Center for Joint Replacement at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley allows patients to forget about joint pain and bring movement back to their life by exploring minimally invasive procedures that result in smaller scars and shorter hospital stays. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals aide our patients in a fast recovery and bring back a greater range of motion quickly, getting patients back on their feet.

A dedicated team:

Our award-winning medical team at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley guides patients through the entire process for total hip and knee replacement-from the first consultation to identifying expectations for surgery, to helping you on the path to rehabilitation and recovery. Our team provides a complete assessment, consultation, diagnosis, education, surgery, pain management and physical therapy. Our goal is to bring painless movement back and have patients return to their regular routines as quickly as possible.

A state-of-the-art facility:

HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley is a fully renovated facility that caters to a comfortable recovery for patients. Our 128 bed all-private room hospital offers patient concierge, room service and all private rooms with en suite bathrooms at no extra cost for the comfort of our patients. Each private room features a private bathroom with shower and 32 inch flat screen televisions.

When is joint replacement necessary?

You should see a Joint Replacement specialist if you have chronic pain and stiffness that lasts long periods of time. Most candidates for joint replacement have difficulty conducting everyday tasks such as climbing the stairs, walking or even getting out of a chair. If you have bone damage from Osteoarthritis that was shown in an x-ray and pain affects your everyday life, schedule an appointment with a Joint Replacement specialist at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley.

Join us for Joint Camp:

If you are planning to have a total knee or total hip replacement surgery, we encourage you to join our Joint Camp class. The Joint Camp session was created for patients and their families to receive preoperative education to enhance faster healing and recovery after a joint replacement surgery Joint Camp is a full overview of what to expect from the moment you arrive for surgery, the process during your stay at our facility and the importance of rehabilitation. During this session you will meet with our nursing staff, physical therapy and case management to discuss insurance and rehabilitation.

Joint Camp classes take place in our Community Classroom the first Wednesday of every month from 10:00am-12:00pm. To register, please call 877-848-WELL.

To find a Joint Replacement Specialist at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley or for more information on Joint Replacement, call 877-848-WELL (9355) or visit HackensackUMCPV.com.

HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Old Hook Road

Westwood, NJ  07675

(877) 848-WELL (9355)

http://www.hackensackUMVPV.com

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley pamphlet for Joint Replacement and I give them full credit for the information. Please call or email the above numbers for more information.

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Welcome to the Women’s Center-HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

Welcome to the Women’s Center-HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley

The HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley Women’s Center is committed to promoting the health and well being of women with personalized and compassionate healthcare. The Women’s Center is designed to offer women convenience with comprehensive health care including onsite breast screening, OB/GYN, early detection, diagnostic imaging services, specialist consultation for benign breast cancer conditions and diagnosis of breast cancer in a warm, welcoming and patient friendly environment.

Our staff of board-certified radiologists. OB/GYNs, technologists and specialty trained staff will make your visit as pleasant as possible.

The Women’s Center provides comprehensive services for women of all ages including:

*OB/GYN

*Stereotactic Biopsy

*Bone Density Unit

*Digital Mammography

*Ultrasound Breast, Pelvic and Transvaginal

*Routine (yearly screening) and diagnostic mammograms performed by certified technologist

*Other breast imaging studies, including breast ultrasound and breast MRI

*Interventional breast imaging studies, including ultrasound and breast MRI guided breast biopsies

Women’s Center Obstetrics & Gynecology

The Women’s Center at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley offers a wide-range 0f obstetrics and gynecological services to women of all ages. Whether you need a well-woman exam, a gynecological surgery or a doctor to see you throughout your pregnancy, our female physicians take the time to listen and become your partner in healthcare. Women will deliver in the family-friendly Maternity Center at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley with all private rooms. 24/7 anesthesiologists and a NICU for newborns who require special care. To schedule a tour of the Maternity Unit at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley please call 877-848-WELL (9355).

The Women’s Center at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley is located within the hospital on the first floor at 250 Old Hook Road, Westwood, NJ.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (201) 781-1400.

http://www.HackensackUMCPV.com

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from a HackensackUMC Women’s Center pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. Please call the above number for more information.

 

 

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Nutrition Outreach & Education Program: Apicha Community Health Center

Apicha Community Health Center

Nutrition Outreach & Education Program

Stay healthy with SNAP!

STAY:

What you need to know:

You and your family can get help with groceries. We can provide FREE help to apply for food assistance or SNAP.

To be eligible for SNAP, you must be a United State citizen or a permanent resident and your household income must fall below the limit:

Annual Gross Income Guidelines:

Household Size (1)

For ages 65 plus or pay childcare: $24,276

For those working: $18,216

For low income adults: $15,792

Household Size (2)

For ages 65 plus or pay childcare: $32,916

For those working: $24,696

For low income adults: $21,408

Household Size (3)

For ages 65 plus disabled or pay childcare: $41,556

For those who are working: $31,176

For low-income adults: $27,024

Household Size (4)

For ages 65 plus disabled or pay childcare: $50,196

For those who are working: $37,656

For low-income adults: $32,640

Healthy:

What I need to bring:

Copy of the documents to verify your identity:

*Photo identification

*Social Security Card

*Proof of Income

*Proof of Address

*Household/Dependent’s Information

What happens when I apply for SNAP:

  1. Application: Fill out and submit the application with your local Nutrition Outreach & Education Program (NOEP) Coordinator, who can help you advocate for you.
  2. Phone Interview: Human Resources Administration (HRA) will schedule a phone interview. Please be available or indicate another date.
  3. HRA Decision: HRA will let you know if you receive the benefit.

 

With SNAP:

Enroll in SNAP Today!

Apicha Community Health Center

Enrollment Center Hours:

Monday-Friday: 10:30am-4:30pm

Who we are:

Apicha Community Health Center provides affordable healthcare. We care about our community and want to help people stay healthy.

Why choose us:

We provide health insurance enrollment through the New York State Marketplace, free HIV testing, sexual health consultations and workshops, case management, primary care, HIV specialty care, trans primary care, sexual health services and mental health services that are sensitive to you unique needs.

Where to find us:

400 Broadway

(Enter at 70 Walker Street)

New York, NY  10013

Subway: A C E N Q R J Z 6 to Canal Street

You may qualify if you are:

*a working family

*disabled

*A senior

*unemployed

*Homeless

*single

*A student* (work rules apply)

SNAP-Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

Prepared by a project of Hunger Solutions New York, USDA/FNS and NYSOTDA. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

If you would like to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions, contact our toll free line:

1-866-APICHA9

1-866-274-2429

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Apicha Community Health Center pamphlet and I give them full credit for it. Please call or email the above numbers for more information.

 

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NYStateofHealth: The Official Health Plan Marketplace: Your Health Matters

NYStateofHealth: The Official Health Plan Marketplace: Your Health Matters

Apicha: Community Health Center

Your Choice. Your Care. Your Health Coverage. Health Insurance Enrollment.

Who we are:

Apicha Community Health Center provides affordable healthcare. We care about our community and want to help people stay healthy.

Why Choose us:

We provide health insurance enrollment through the New York State Marketplace, free HIV testing sexual healthy consultations and workshops, case management, primary care, HIV specialty care, trans primary care, sexual health services that are sensitive to you unique needs.

Where to find us

400 Broadway

New York, NY  10013

Subway Access: ACENQRJZ6 to Canal Street

About Apicha’s Enroll Manhattan Project:

The Enroll Manhattan Project seeks to help New Yorkers obtain care through understanding health insurance, how it can best work for them and helping those who are uninsured and underinsured to obtain health insurance.

You and your family can get affordable health coverage in New York State! Here are the benefits:

*You can quickly compare health plan options

*You can apply for assistance that could lower the cost of your health coverage

*You may qualify for free or low-cost health coverage from Medicaid and Child Health Plus

At Apicha Community Health Center, there are state certified navigators who can help you enroll in:

*Emergency Medicaid

*Medicaid

*Essential Plan

*Child Health Plus and

*Private Plans

Navigators can assist you:

*Apply for health insurance through the New York State of Health Marketplace

*Understand your plan options

*Enroll in a plan that fit you best

What you need to bring:

You may need to bring the following documents to complete your application:

*Photo Identification

*Social Security Number

*Last Year’s Tax Forms

*Pay Stubs

*Current Health Insurance Information

*Household/Dependent’s Information

Don’t Wait! It’s easy! Enroll Today!

Receive affordable health insurance today!

Apicha Community Health Center

Enrollment Hours

Monday, Tuesday & Friday

10:00am-5:00pm

Wednesday & Thursday

10:00am-6:30pm

If you would like to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions, visit our website or contact our toll free line:

apicha.org

866-APICHA9 (866-274-2429)

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Apicha pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. Please call or email the above numbers for more information.

 

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Palliative Care: Managing Symptoms. Alleviating Pain. Offering Support.

Palliative Care: Managing Symptoms. Alleviating Pain. Offering Support.

Comprehensive Inpatient and Outpatient Programs (Valley Health System)

Palliative care enhances medical treatment to help patients with serious, chronic or incurable illness experience the highest quality of life possible. Valley Health System’s Inpatient and Outpatient Palliative Care Programs combine the expertise and services of The  Valley Hospital, Valley home Care and Valley Medical Group to support patients with serious illnesses and their families.

What is Palliative Care?

Living with a serious, chronic or incurable illness presents challenges for patients and their families. Palliative care is an option for patients who are seeking to supplement their medical treatment with a care plan designed to enhance their quality of life. The main goals of palliative care are comfort, support and easing the burden of illness on both patients and their families. Patients who can benefit from palliative care include those living with:

*congestive heart failure (CHF)

*Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

*Advanced cancer

*Multiple sclerosis

*Kidney failure

*Neurological disorders (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s)

*Patients with other serious illnesses.

Valley’s palliative care services take an integrative team approach to care, focusing on preventing or relieving pain and other physical, emotional or spiritual distress that can accompany serious illness. Palliative care brings together a range of resources and is designed to work in partnership with each patient’s primary care physician to ensure comprehensive, coordinated care that is culturally diverse and sensitive to patients’ personal beliefs. Valley’s palliative care team helps patients and families:

*Make medical decisions

*Choose the best treatment options

*Plan care that reflects the patients goals, values and preferences

*Receive reliable information and

*Manage distressing symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath, delirium, fatigue, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite, anxiety, depression and difficulty sleeping.

When can someone receive Palliative Care?

Palliative care can be provided at any time during a chronic illness.  Patients  can receive palliative  care while still recovering treatment for any long term progressive disease. Accessing palliative care as early as possible can help patients avoid, reduce or better prepare for difficulties that may result from the illness or treatment aimed at curing, reversing or slowing the condition.

Palliative care can help patients regain strength to carry on with their daily lives, avoid stressful trips to the hospital, exert control over their care and improve their ability to tolerate medical treatments. Palliative care can help patients and their families better understand their illness and treatment choices and assist them in making decisions about what type of treatment they would prefer in the future.

What other benefits does Palliative Care Offer?

Research has shown that palliative care services can improve quality of life and even extend the lives of patients. Palliative care increases patient satisfaction; decrease anxiety, depression and caregiver stress and reduces hospital emergency room visits, re-admission to the hospital and healthcare costs.

What Palliative Care Services does Valley Provide?

For many years, Valley’s Inpatient Palliative Care Program has provided services to patients during their hospital stay. To better serve patients and families, Valley is proud to introduce an Outpatient Palliative Care Program that will coordinate and deliver services on an outpatient basis.

Patients who receive palliative care while they are hospitalized can transition smoothly to the Outpatient Palliative Care Program. However, patients who have not been hospitalized for their illness can begin receiving outpatient services from the Outpatient Palliative Care Program any time after referral from their physician or other provider.

Each patient’s unique palliative care plan is designed to optimize quality of life and provide comfort and support for both patients and their families. Services are delivered by advanced practice nurses. They include:

*Pain and symptom management to achieve maximum patient comfort

*Treatments to maintain and improve patient’s ability to perform the tasks of daily living.

*Emotional and spiritual support for patients and their caregivers.

*Care coordination assistance.

*Assistance with life planning and decisions if appropriate such as advanced directives, living wills, power of attorney and other documents, including Practitioner Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) and

*Help with transitioning to hospice if appropriate.

Who is the Palliative Care Team?

The Valley palliative care team is a group of experienced professionals, each of whom assists patients in his or her unique way. Not everyone will see every member of the team but there is a large, knowledgeable group available:

*Advanced practice nurses

*Physicians who are board-certified in palliative care and other specialties

*Pain Management

*Social Workers

*Case managers

*Dietitians

*Holistic practitioners

*Registered nurses

*Pharmacists

*Chaplains

*Patient and Family Relations nurses

*Rehabilitation therapists

*Respiratory therapists

*Volunteers

The Inpatient Palliative Care Program:

The Inpatient Palliative Care Program is overseen by Valley’s Medical Director or Palliative Medicine. Services are delivered by advanced practice nurses and a social worker who work exclusively with palliative care patients. Inpatients who meet certain criteria are referred automatically for a palliative care consultation. However, any patient or family member may request a consultation by asking their physician or nurse.

The Outpatient Palliative Care Program:

The Outpatient Palliative Care Program strengthens the continuum of services provided by The Valley Hospital, Valley Home Care and Valley Medical Group. The outpatient program transitions former inpatients to outpatient services in addition to serving as an entry point into palliative care for those patients with chronic, progressive medical problems such as CHE, COPD and cancer. The program is overseen by Valley’s Outpatient Medical Director of Palliative Medicine.

At Valley’s Luckow Pavillion in Paramus, outpatient services are delivered by a physician and/or advanced practice nurse in collaboration with a social worker, pharmacist and when appropriate, a chaplain, who are trained to help palliative care patients. Some patients who are receiving ongoing outpatient treatment at Valley will be automatically referred for a palliative care consultant. However, any patient or family member who is considering outpatient palliative care can ask their physician for a referral to the program or may call 201-634-5699 directly to request a consultation.

In addition, Valley home Care offers palliative care services to patients directly in their homes. For more information, please call 201-634-5699.

Talking about Palliative Care:

Before you meet with your palliative care team members, you might want to think carefully about the following information that you would like to communicate to your doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider:

*Progressive of your illness and possible symptoms and side effects of medical treatment.

*What you desire for your quality of life.

*Your cultural, religious or personal beliefs, which might affect the treatment and palliative care decisions that you make.

*What treatments you might or might not want (CRP, ventilator, feeding tube, dialysis, etc.)

*Any advance directives you are considering or have already made (living will, power of attorney, healthcare proxy, POLST etc.).

You may also want to consider some of these questions for your team members. Be sure to write down other question you might have or concerns of yours or your caregivers so they can be addressed.

*What services are available  to me and my family and/or caregivers?

*Who is on my team?

*Where will I receive services?

*What decisions do I need to make right away? Which others can be made gradually?

*Can you help explain my treatment?

*What options are available to me as my illness progresses?

*Can you help me plan and write advance directives?

*How will I receive palliative care if I am hospitalized?

*How will I receive palliative care when I am discharged?

*How will I contact the team members?

Additional Resources:

Valley Health System’s palliative care team recommends the following resources for those interested in learning more about palliative care:

Valley Health System Palliative Care Programs:

http://www.ValleyHealth.com/PalliativeCare

Inpatient Program: (201) 447-8413

Inpatient Palliative Care social worker: (201) 447-8000 ext. 2479

Outpatient Program: (201) 634–5699

The Valley Hospital Consumer Health Services

(free information and literature searches from the hospital library)

http://www.valleyHealth.com

(201) 447-8285

Center to Advance Palliative Care

http://www.GetPalliativeCare.org

Institute of Medicine

http://www.iom.edu

Practitioner Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment

http://www.polst.org

http://www.GoalsOfCare.org

http://www.nj.gov.Health/AdvanceDirective/polst.shtml

Valley Hospital System Palliative Care

223 North Van Diem Avenue

Ridgewood, NJ  07450

Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Valley Health Care pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. Please call the above numbers or email them for more information.

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