Eva Turbiner Retiring Following 16-Year Tenure

Zufall Health has announced the retirement of Eva Turbiner, whose 16 years as president and chief executive officer transformed a tiny clinic into a nationally recognized health center that now serves more than 41,000 underserved patients in seven New Jersey counties. Turbiner, whose career as a health-care executive spans more than three decades, said  she will leave the organization at year’s end. “Eva’s vision and expertise have turned a small, volunteer operation...

Two women masked outside of Zufall's Morristown site
Save the date for patients like Mercedes (left), pictured with insurance enrollment coordinator Maria at Zufall's Morristown site.

A Message from Eva Turbiner, President and CEO: Zufall Needs Your Help on Giving Tuesday, November 30

For Zufall Health and its patients, it has been a very challenging two years. But, thanks to supporters like you, Zufall Health continues to combat COVID-19 with vaccinations, testing, and strategic outreach—all while maintaining our commitment to high-quality, affordable medical, dental, and behavioral health services for vulnerable New Jersey residents. We could not have made it through this difficult period without you. Yet so much work remains to create equal opportunity...