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‘Devils Visit Angels’ at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

Devils 3St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital (SJCH) received a special visit from the New Jersey Devils this holiday season. John Moore (#2), Jiri Tlusty (#9) and Joseph Blandisi(#64) brought smiles to the children as they signed autographs and took pictures with them and their families. Among the many young patients the players met is Tafone Parker (age 15, Paterson), who is looking forward to wearing his new New Jersey Devils t-shirt.

December 14, 2015


Welcoming the Holiday Season with Joyful Annual Tree Lighting

SJWH Tree LightingStaff and community members came together at St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital (SJWMC) in Wayne, NJ to celebrate a special holiday tradition – the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The festive occasion was filled with joyous song provided by the Passaic County Technical Institute 'Tech Tone' Choir. Attendees enjoyed the dazzling lights and beautiful decorations on the tree, including (left to right) Sr. Ann Dorrity, SC, Administrative Assistant, Pastoral Care; Sr. Jeanne Agans, SC, Member, Board of Trustees, SJWMC Foundation; Daniel Kline, Vice President, SJH, and Site Administrator, SJWMC; Sr. Patricia Mennor, SC, Vice President, Mission, SJH; Fr. Martin Rooney, Director, Mission Services, St. Joseph’s Health (SJH); Ruthanne Braddock, MA, RN, NEA-BC, Site Director, Nursing, SJWMC; and Lisa Brady, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, SJH. 

December 14, 2015



St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Lights Up the Holiday Season

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Joined by the Paramus Catholic High School Choir, Ken Morris, Vice President External Affairs, St. Joseph’s Health (SJH) introduced Kevin Slavin, President and Chief Executive Officer, SJH to kick off the St. Joseph’s University Medical Center (SJUMC) Tree Lighting Ceremony. Tafone Parker (age 15, Paterson), patient at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, joined Mr. Slavin to light the tree with an enthusiastic countdown by the SJUMC staff.

December 14, 2015


SJWMC to Honor Michael Steinberg, MD, at Annual Charity Ball

SJWH Charity Ball to Honor Michael Steinberg MDThe St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center Foundation is pleased to present the 2015 St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center Distinguished Physician Award to Michael Steinberg, MD. With two decades of service to the hospital in clinical and leadership capacities, Dr. Steinberg is highly respected for his unwavering commitment to   St. Joseph’s and the surrounding communities.

A native of New Jersey, Dr. Steinberg was born in Elizabeth and grew up in Scotch Plains. A graduate of Scotch-Plains-Fanwood High School, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with High Honors at Rutgers College of Pharmacy and a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree at UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark. Dr. Steinberg completed his internship in Internal Medicine and residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, where he served as chief resident. He completed a fellowship in Cross Sectional Body Imaging at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Dr. Steinberg joined the medical staff in the Department of Radiology at Wayne General Hospital, now St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center, in July of 1996.

A true physician-leader, Dr. Steinberg has served as the Chairman of the Department of Radiology at St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center since 2003 and is a member of the Medical Executive Committee and the St. Joseph’s Health Medical Board. He also currently serves as chairman of the Radiation Safety Committee, Radiation Safety Officer for St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center, is chairman of the Organizational Performance Improvement Committee (since 2010), and serves on the St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center Foundation Board of Trustees (since 2012). He is the former chairman of the Credentials Committee. In addition, he has served on many hospital and healthcare system committees including the Peer Review Committee, Clinical Resource Utilization Committee, St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center Foundation Charity Ball and Golf Outing Organization Committees.

A man of many interests, Dr. Steinberg enjoys music, cooking, wine and travel. He has attended cooking school in Tuscany and has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe “in search of good food and fine wine.”

Dr. Steinberg and his wife, Robin, have lived in Wayne for 18 years. They recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. They have two children, Amanda, a senior at Rowan University, and Matt, a sophomore at the University of Alabama.

December 2, 2015


St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center to Host Annual Charity Ball

Charity BallSt. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center (SJWMC) invites you to their annual Charity Ball, hosted by the hospital’s Foundation, to be held on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at The Venetian in Garfield, New Jersey.

Join the SJWMC Foundation, along with this year’s event chairperson, Dr. Supriya P. Massood, Medical Director, Acute Rehabilitation Unit, SJWMC, for an evening of fine dining and dancing, as well as two special presentations:

  • Michael Steinberg, MD, St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center, 2015 Distinguished Physician of the Year Award recipient
  • Kathleen M. Waldron, PhD, President, William Paterson University, Michael and Yolanda Simonelli Community Award recipient

Tickets for this Black Tie event, which will begin at 6:30 p.m., are available at $450 per person. A range of sponsorship opportunities are also available. For additional information regarding this year’s St. Joseph’s Wayne Medical Center Foundation Charity Ball, CLICK HERE. You may also call the SJWMC Foundation office at 973.956.3304.


SJUMC Hosts Heroin/Opioid Overdose Training and Education Program

St. Joseph's Overdose Prevention and Naloxone Distribution (NARCAN) Program will host a free training and education class entitled, SAVE A LIFE: PREVENT A HEROIN/OPIOID OVERDOSE. The program will be held at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, 703 Main Street, Paterson, in Auditorium 2 on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

If you or a loved one is struggling with opioid use, we want you to know that St. Joseph's cares. Through this training you will learn the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, the importance of calling 911 immediately, how to perform rescue breathing and how to administer NARCAN (Naloxone), the overdose reversal medication. In addition, attendees will receive a free Overdose Prevention Kit, including NARCAN.

For more information and to reserve a spot call 973.754.3000 today. Seating is limited to 20 participants.

November 17, 2015



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