Vineland, NJ (June 7) – South Jersey Healthcare will be hosting its first Community Medical Scholars Program on June 10. Here community leaders and policy makers will learn about and discuss the latest in health care diagnosis and treatments and how these new developments impact communities and costs.
This one-day event will detail how innovation in the areas of orthopedics, cardiology and robotic surgery will benefit everyone in our community.
“It is important for our community leaders to understand the best ways to approach health care, and the latest innovations which impact the health care experience,” said Chet Kaletkowski, president and CEO of South Jersey Healthcare. “Understanding the role of health care in improving our quality of life is the key to our future.”
In recent years, SJH has brought the latest in technology to our area by expanding services to include robotic surgery, comprehensive cancer care that is located in one convenient location as well as the counties first cardiac catheterization lab. Through innovation, SJH strives to exceed expectations while providing high-quality care and treatment options that fit the needs of our community.
SJH is a nonprofit, integrated health care system, providing access to a continuum of health services. SJH provides hospital services, numerous community health clinics, home health services, and specialty services, which serve the medical and health care needs of Southern New Jersey residents.