Gov. Phil Murphy June 11 signed A4004 wGR/S2410, which would create the Coronavirus Disease (Covid) Pandemic Task Force on Racial and Health Disparities.
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The New Jersey Department of Health June 1 announced a $250,000 grant opportunity to support the creation of a new pilot program or to support an existing program focused on integrating primary care, behavioral health, palliative care, hospice, and telehealth services for members of the military, veterans and first responders.
Gov. Phil Murphy May 11 signed S703/A1079, requiring that all health care professionals who provide perinatal treatment and care to pregnant persons at a hospital or birthing center undergo explicit and implicit bias training.
The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) released the fiscal year 2022 hospital Charity Care, Graduate Medical Education (GME), and Graduate Medical Education Supplemental (GME-S) funding distributions April 6, which includes funding for Cape Regional Medical Center.
Cape May County’s Covid case numbers are increasing, and so are related hospitalizations, but it's not the elderly raising hospitalization numbers.
The Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center is scheduled to hold a virtual summit aimed at women’s health care and resources available in VA April 8.
The Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) expanded its Covid vaccine eligibility requirements to include all veterans enrolled in VA health care, regardless of age.