As of Dec. 22, over 1,200 people in New Jersey have tested positive on the rapid influenza test.
Facility representatives said an investigation determined that “a handful of people who have been removed” were mostly responsible for the lapses that occurred.
The company that makes the Shingrix vaccine says they're working to address the shortage by increasing deliveries and accelerating shipments.
So far there are no reported cases of any of patients of HealthPlus contracting a blood borne illness, and the risk of infection is considered low.
Antonina Mitrofanova made up her mind early that she would dedicate her life to fighting cancer. The burden of debt from medical school led her to pursuing math and computer science to make ...
Last year Bergen County received over a thousand referrals of alleged elder abuse, according to a county official.
Right off the bat, Judge Esther Salas accused both sides of using “gamesmanship” in the case, saying the plaintiffs are magnifying the issue while the defendants downsize it.
The future of the Affordable Care Act is imperiled after a Texas federal judge ruled the law was unconstitutional.
Despite lower premium costs and the state increasing funding for outreach, New Jersey is on track to sign up fewer individuals on healthcare.gov than last year.
The monitor's report on the public hospital was commissioned by Gov. Phil Murphy last summer after its bond rating was downgraded and a nonprofit watchdog group gave it a failing grade for safety ...
A new Breakthrough Oncology Accelerator unit at Morristown Medical Center aims to help enroll cancer patients in clinical trials and pay for expensive treatments.
Anthony Colandro is aware suicides at gun ranges are rare, but it happened at his range, Gun for Hire, and that’s why his entire staff was trained on mental health first aid.
Gov. Phil Murphy urged residents to take advantage of the open enrollment window of the Affordable Care Act as the Dec. 15 deadline nears. He also commented on topics including the scheduled Katie ...
One former Wanaque staffer testified that the center delayed sending sick kids to the hospital so it could keep beds filled and continue receiving Medicaid money. Nurses from the center also alleged ...
Despite awareness and advances in medicine, doctors say our success combating the HIV/AIDS has also become our weakness.