Newton Medical Center is proud to be your not-for-profit hospital serving the healthcare needs of more than 250,000 people in our region.
As part of Atlantic Health System who also owns and operates Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ, Newton Medical is dedicated to giving back to the community. Newton Medical serves the community by providing thousands of hours of healthcare education and screenings, support groups and classes to assist those in need, and care to all those who come through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay.
Newton Medical Center is proud of its history of quality patient care and community service, and looks forward to serving you and your family in the future.
Newton Medical Center … All Life Long!
Newton Medical Center is a short-term, fully accredited, 146-bed acute care, not-for-profit hospital serving more than 250,000 people in Warren and Sussex counties in New Jersey, Pike County in Pennsylvania and southern Orange County in New York. For the third consecutive year, Newton Medical Center received a VHA Leadership Award in 2008 for exceeding national performance standards in several clinical care areas. Its current licensed capacity is 146 beds. In 2007, approximately 9,000 people were admitted to Newton Medical Center, more than 33,000 people were treated in the Emergency Department and nearly 700 babies were born. According to statistics, Newton Medical Center continues to be one of the most efficient hospitals in the state of New Jersey.
Thomas J. Senker, a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, is the President and CEO of North Jersey Healthcare Corporation, which includes Newton Medical Center, Milford Health & Wellness Center, Sparta Health & Wellness Center and Vernon Urgent Care.
The hospital is located at: 175 High Street, Newton, NJ 07860. The main number is (973) 383-2121.
Newton Medical Center is known for its medical and technical excellence, and has emerged as a leader in diagnostic cardiac services with the 2006 opening of the Charles L. Tice Heart Center for Diagnostic Services. The Heart Center is the first step toward offering angioplasties. The Heart Center offers the latest services in diagnostic cardiac care.
Newton Medical Center also recently opened the Sleep Diagnostic & Treatment Center, located across the street from the hospital's Main Campus at 222 High Street. At the Sleep Center, people are treated more like hotel guests than patients.
The hospital, however, is most known for providing state-of-the-art care at the most impressive and dynamic Emergency Department in the area. Equipped to handle 45,000 patient visits per year, the Emergency Department features 30 private treatment areas, a CT scanner and access to Laboratory and Radiology services. The reconstruction of the Emergency Department in 2005 included the addition of a bright and roomy atrium waiting area.
In the last decade, Newton Medical Center has effectively positioned itself as a healthcare system with the opening of Ambulatory Wellness Centers in Sparta and Milford. The facilities built and owned by Newton Medical Center house physician offices, blood-draw sites and radiology services. They are proof of the hospital's commitment to providing quality care close to home.
In a number of Joint Ventures with other entities, Newton Medical Center has also helped to bring the area's first cancer treatment center to the Sparta Health & Wellness Center. It brought the latest radiation therapy technology and other oncology services closer to the homes of our patients as did the opening of a dialysis center in Newton.
If you have a complaint about the quality of care delivered by Newton Medical Center, please call the Patient Liaison at
(973) 579-8346. If you feel your concern was not handled to your satisfaction by Newton Medical, you may contact the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Their phone number is (800) 994-6610. Their email address is email@example.com
Newton Medical Center is surveyed by the Joint Commission once every three years. The Joint Commission survey process is completely voluntary, and is comprehensive in its scope, reviewing every aspect of patient care. For more information, please go to www.jcaho.org