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Who We Are

Who We Are 2018-07-19T03:01:01+00:00

CentraState Healthcare System is a private, not-for-profit health organization located in Freehold, New Jersey (Monmouth County) and established in 1971. The system includes an acute care hospital, an ambulatory campus, three senior living communities, and a charitable foundation. We also offer a residency training program for family practice physicians and geriatric fellows in affiliation with the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

In working to make health care services more convenient for people throughout our region we have added four health pavilions located in Jackson, Monroe, East Windsor, and Marlboro. These locations offer patients a range of services – from primary and urgent care to rehabilitation and laboratory services – right in their own communities.

Since our founding, we have served as a community partner for exceptional health care as well as the preservation of good health. As health care has shifted from treating disease to a broader focus on disease prevention, our emphasis on wellness has expanded significantly.

A decade ago, we opened the Star and Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus, featuring an array of services to help people maintain and regain optimal health. This concept has now evolved into our LIVE LIFE WELL℠ initiative, a cohesive effort that is designed to keep people healthier and out of the inpatient setting altogether.

Throughout the decades, we have remained true to our mission and vision, placing our community at the forefront of all of our efforts.

MISSION & VALUES

OUR MISSION

To enhance the health and well-being of our communities through the compassionate delivery of quality healthcare.

OUR VISION

An organization of caring professionals trusted as our community’s health care system of choice for clinical excellence.

OUR NUMBERS

CentraState Healthcare System is a world-class, patient-focused organization comprised of a renowned team of healthcare professionals working together to transform the lives of those in the community.

499

PHYSICIANS

60,000

ER VISITS

200,000

OUTPATIENT VISITS

13,500

ADMISSIONS

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