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New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals

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Status: Private Company   Founded: -   Annual Revenue (2018):
Exchange: - ID #: NE6732   Number of Employees: -
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Industries:  Hospitals, Health Care Services, Health Care, Charitable Organizations,... Click here for more

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New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals (NJCTH) is the State’s premier teaching hospital network. Founded in 1986 to recognize the unique nature and special needs of teaching hospitals, this non-profit consortium consists of Atlantic Health System, Cooper Health System, Meridian Health, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, Somerset Medical Center, UMDNJ-University Hospital, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and Warren Hospital.

Together, NJCTH institutions represent more than 29,000 health care professionals and 7,100 hospital beds; care for more than 216,000 inpatients and nearly 3,000,000 outpatients each year; total an aggregate budget in excess of $3,200,000,000 per year; and provide a significant amount of the state’s charity care while constituting less than 20% of the state’s hospitals. All three of New Jersey’s Level I Trauma Centers are NJCTH hospitals, as are two of the State’s seven Level II Trauma Centers.
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