St. Joseph's Healthcare System – Across the State
- In 1994, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center was designated by the New Jersey Legislature and State Department of Health as the Children's Hospital for Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, and Warren Counties.
- In 2007, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center screened approximately 1,468 low-income men and women for breast, cervical and prostate cancer through its State funded Cancer Education Evaluation and Detection Program (CEED). In 2008, the State approved a grant of $650,000 to expand the number of individuals screened through this program.
- In 2007, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center was licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services as a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
- Of the over 80 hospitals in New Jersey, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center is only one of half a dozen hospitals that have eliminated ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP), a hospital-acquired infection, for 2 or more years.