On March 2, representatives from NJ Community Health Centers attended the NJ Colorectal Cancer Stakeholders Meeting.
Photo (Courtesy of Joanne Vuoso)
On October 6th, Zufall Health, the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Regional Chronic Disease Coalition joined together with community members on the steps of the Somerset County Historic Court House to hold the 13th Annual Shades of Pink Celebration proclaiming October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All participants were encouraged to wear something pink in recognition of people affected by breast cancer.
(Photo: Aristide Economopoulos | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)
NJ.com has posted an article about the healthcare services provided to NJ farm workers by Zufall Health’s medical mobile unit, the Highlands Health Van. Read it here…
Dover, N.J. (August 10, 2016) — More than 1,800 underserved adults and children throughout north and central New Jersey will now have consistent access to affordable, high quality dental care, thanks to a new mobile dental clinic launched today by Zufall Health.
Somerville, NJ (October 6, 2015) Somerset County Freeholder Deputy Director Patricia L. Walsh joined Zufall Health in Somerville (formerly Women’s Health & Counseling Center), and the Regional Chronic Disease Coalition of Somerset and Morris Counties (RCDC) in kicking off the 12th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month today.