For more than a century, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Somerset Medical Center have been committed to improving the health of Central New Jersey. United in this common cause, our two hospitals are now joining together to offer comprehensive health care services to our community. When our merger is completed this spring, you and your family will have greater access to the highest quality medical care, cutting-edge medical research and leading specialists of a premier academic medical center at both our New Brunswick and Somerville campuses. We are confident that with the continued support of our highly skilled Medical Staff members and thousands of committed employees, the resulting organization – as one – will be an incredible resource for our region.
We look forward to continuing to be your trusted partner in care for all your medical needs. For a healthier you. A healthier family. A healthier community.
Celebrating the signing of the merger agreement between Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Somerset Medical Center are, from left to right, John Hoffman, chairman of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Care Corp. Board of Trustees; John R. Lumpkin, MD, MPH, chair of the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Board of Directors; Stephen K. Jones, president and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Robert Wood Johnson Health System; Kenneth Bateman, president and CEO of Somerset Medical Center; Paul V. Stahlin, chairman of Somerset Medical Center’s Board of Trustees; JoAnn Mendles, vice chair of Somerset Medical Center’s Board of Trustees; and Steve Kalafer, chairman of Somerset Medical Center Foundation’s Board of Trustees.