December 17, 2018– Somerville, NJ – Members of the Bridgewater Garden Club expertly crafted baskets of fragrant arrangements containing bright seasonal greenery, berries, and bows to decorate the Zufall Health medical center located at 71 Fourth Street, Somerville, NJ.
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.
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.
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.
Dover, NJ — Congressman Leonard Lance visited Zufall Health in Dover recently to announce the approval of $3.1 million in annual federal funding from the Department of Health and Human Services that helps the health center provide care to its 37,000 patients.