Day-to-day University Hospital functions haven't changed much since it went independent, it got equipment upgrades.
Allies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization in New Jersey that helps people who are disabled engage more in their communities.
While some with disabilities agree with moving out of state-run facilities, others say moving could harm the residents.
AtlantiCare's Special Care Center provides patients with a health coach to try to reduce rising health care costs.
Gloucester Manor in Sewell has told residents to move out after filing a plan to close.
According to a report New Jerseyans pay 55 percent more than the average monthly premium for health insurance.
Starting July 1, Cooper University Hospital will provide health care to veterans.
Gov. Christie ordered the pilot program to expand to all 21 counties.
New Jersey scuba diving instructor Stewart Snyder leads the Adaptive Scuba for Soldiers Program at CentraState Healthcare that teaches wounded veterans how to scuba dive and certifies them.
Serenity in Summit, the first detox innovative facility in New Jersey had its open house.
Concerned parents with disabled children attended a hearing in Trenton about the closing of disability centers.
AARP New Jersey State President Dave Mollen said he thinks that the Caregiver Bill will pass.
Advocates for the disabled say that closing the disability centers could result in deaths.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli has proposed the Death with Dignity bill.
The Big and Loud rehab therapy, a month long program assists patients with Parkinson's Disease.