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Zufall Emphasizes Career Development on Train Up Day

Zufall Health joined Community Health Centers (CHCs) throughout the state on October 10th for a Train Up Day to encourage career development and workforce opportunities within CHCs. Train Up Day provides a chance to share available positions and job openings for employees to grow within their organization. During the event, Zufall highlighted success stories of staff members who moved up the ladder, instructed employees about the various departments within the Health Center, as well as provided information about training and education opportunities available to employees.

Smiles for our heroes veterans dental event flyer

Smiles For Our Heroes Event Will Offer Free Dental Services for Veterans

Free dental services will be provided to veterans and their families at the Smiles For Our Heroes event. Services will include exams and cleanings, oral cancer assessments, x-rays, fillings, extractions, root canals and dentures. FREE food, giveaways, and resources will be available. Transportation will be provided at pick-up points in Morris, Sussex, Warren, Hunterdon, Somerset, and Essex Counties. Appointments are limited, preregistration is required. Call Maria at (973) 328-9100...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month event flyer

Oct. 18th: Shades of Pink Celebration for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Thursday, October 18, 2018 – 12:30pm Township of Franklin Senior/Community Center 505 Demott Lane, Somerset Download the flyer! The Zufall Health Medical Mobile Unit will be on site from 9am–5pm providing county residents with well-woman exams, including clinical breast exams and referrals for mammograms as needed. To preregister for medical services, call 908-526-2335, ext. 283. For more information on the Shades of Pink event, please call the Regional Chronic Disease Coalition at 908-231-7155....

Photo of Groundbreaking for new Zufall Health site in West Orange

Zufall Health Celebrates Groundbreaking at New West Orange Site

West Orange, N.J. (August 15, 2018) — Zufall Health, a federally funded community health center, commemorated National Health Center Week today with a groundbreaking ceremony for a $4.5 million building that will provide a patient-centered medical home to the most vulnerable residents of West Orange. The new site at 49 Mount Pleasant Avenue will be a relocation and expansion of Zufall’s office on Northfield Avenue which opened in 2014.

Photo of New Jersey's Health Commissioner posing with Zufall staff and Board

New Jersey’s Commissioner of Health Visits Zufall Health in Dover

Dover, NJ — (July 12, 2018)  Zufall Health recently welcomed  New Jersey Health Commissioner Dr. Shareef Elnahal who visited the health center’s medical and dental offices at its Dover headquarters site.

Led on a tour by Zufall Chief Operating Officer Eva Turbiner, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rina Ramirez, and Chief Dental Officer Dr. Sam Wakim, the Commissioner had the opportunity to meet Manuel Hernandez, a young man who has been a Zufall patient since childhood.  He also interacted with medical, dental, and administrative staff.

Photo staff, keynote speaker and honorees at Volunteer Appreciation event

Zufall Health Recognizes Dedicated Volunteers

Ronald I. Deblinger, D.M.D., Named 2018 Zufall Volunteer Honoree

Somerville, NJ (June 5, 2018) – More than 100 volunteers who give their time, talents, and energy to Zufall Health were honored recently at the Fourth Annual Volunteer Appreciation event at the Bridgewater Manor. The volunteers provide a wide range of supportive services at the nonprofit community health center which offers affordable medical and dental care to patients in six New Jersey counties.

Photo of Team Zufall at New Jersey AIDS Walk 2018 in Morristown

Team Zufall Joins Hundreds for NJ AIDS Walk in Morristown

On Sunday, May 6th, Team Zufall joined hundreds of fellow walkers to complete a five mile loop through downtown and historic Morristown for New Jersey AIDS Walk, an annual state-wide event held in five locations around NJ. Participants walked in solidarity to show support for people living with HIV/AIDS and helped raise a state-wide total of $293,098 to assist the efforts of local HIV/AIDS service organizations. Proceeds from the Morristown...