Hospital Affiliations

We partner with New Jersey’s best hospitals to provide specialized care for babies, children and adolescents throughout the area.

Chilton Medical Center Atlantic Health Systems

Chilton Memorial Hospital, Pompton Plains

Part of Atlantic Health System, Chilton is a 260-bed, fully accredited acute care hospital with 1,400 employees and more than 653 physicians representing 60 medical specialties. Our hospital is committed to providing innovative patient care in a compassionate and healing environment focused on personalized care. Annually, it serves more than 160,000 patients across 33 communities. Chilton is the only hospital in the region to offer free parking, cable television and wireless internet access to its patients and visitors. Chilton is also a smoke-free campus.


St Joseph's Healthcare Systems

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, Paterson

is a state designated specialized children’s hospital at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center provides advanced care for children from birth to 21-years-of-age. One of the first pediatric hospitals designated by the State, St. Joseph’s offers a full spectrum of specialty and subspecialty services including Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units, a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Room as well as the Regional Craniofacial Center, Center for Feeding and Swallowing Disorders, Concussion Center, Cystic Fibrosis Center and global telemedicine conferencing programs.

St Mary's General Hospital

St. Mary’s Hospital, Passaic

With the expertise and support of Prime Healthcare, St. Mary’s General Hospital is raising the bar for healthcare in New Jersey.

Prime Healthcare is one of the largest hospital companies in the nation. They are helping us improve the quality of care by investing heavily in upgrades to our facilities, computerized technology, and medical equipment.

And the results are already showing. We have earned praise as a Top Performer in Key Quality Areas from the Joint Commission two years in a row; we have a totally digitally mammography, radiology and imaging center; and there is more to come.

Hackensack University Hospital
Hackensack University Hospital, Hackensack

Founded in 1888 with just 12 beds, Hackensack University Medical Center was Bergen County’s first hospital. Today, this nonprofit, teaching and research hospital has grown to become the largest provider of inpatient and outpatient services in New Jersey. In fact, we’re Bergen County’s hub of health care for the Northern New Jersey and New York metropolitan areas. Hackensack University Medical Center enjoys numerous clinical, research and academic affiliations with world-renowned partners. Our medical and dental staff represent the full spectrum of specialties and subspecialties and are international leaders in health care. Hackensack University Medical Center was listed as the number one hospital in New Jersey in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017-18 Best Hospital rankings – maintaining its place atop the NJ rankings since the rating system was introduced. It was also named one of the top four New York Metro Area hospitals. At Hackensack University Medical Center, we are proud to also serve as the “Hometown Hospital” of the New York Giants and the New York Red Bulls soccer team. The medical center remains committed to the community through fundraising and community events, such as its annual Life & Liberty event, health fairs and Healthy Heart events.

Hackensack UMC Mountainside
Mountainside Hospital, Montclair

In May of 2012, HackensackUMC and LHP received approval for the Certificate of Need application with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services for a transfer of ownership of Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, N.J., from Merit Health Systems, LLC. Mountainside Hospital is a 365-bed community hospital that delivers personalized care while also serving as a learning center via its nursing school and residency programs in family medicine, internal medicine and dentistry. The hospital has served Montclair, Glen Ridge and surrounding communities for more than 120 years.