Two dozen Seton Hall Prep student teams faced off in the school’s 5th Annual Dodge Ball Tournament to raise money for a local health center.
On November 19, 2015, Zufall Health held a ribbon cutting for our Hackettstown site’s new location at 117 Seber Road (5 Doctor’s Park) Unit 5. From left: Bill Shuler (Zufall Board Chair), Howard Henderson (USDA), Dr. Robert Zufall (Founder and Zufall Board Secretary), Eva Turbiner (President & CEO), Linda Seeley (Zufall Board Vice Chair), Dr. Arturo Brito (NJDOH)...
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.
Morristown, N.J. (August 10, 2015) Zufall Health celebrated National Health Center Week with a ribbon cutting at its newly expanded Morristown site at 4 Atno Avenue.
One of the most powerful ways to protect children from serious and highly contagious diseases is to have them vaccinated. Vaccines are among the safest and most cost-effective ways to prevent disease.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Employees Enjoy a Day of Caring to Beautify Zufall Health
Somerville, N.J. (July 1, 2015) In support of the annual Janssen Cares Volunteer Days community service program, energetic and willing employees from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in Raritan spent the day working to beautify the exterior landscaping at the entrance of Zufall Health, 71 Fourth Street, Somerville.
June 16, 2015, Somerville – Patricia L. Walsh, Somerset County Freeholder Deputy Director and Liaison to the Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women, was joined by Jane O’Donnell, Commission Chairperson, Eva Turbiner, President & CEO Zufall Health, and Paul Nusbaum, Chairman of the Board, Zufall Health for a check presentation. Walsh said, “We are pleased to recognize and make this contribution in honor of Zufall Health for providing access to high-quality medical and dental services to the working poor for 25 years.”