Raritan Valley Surgery Center recently held its 2nd Annual Pumpkin Contest. Teammates donated to One World Surgery for each entry, a non-profit organization whose mission is to ignite the spirit of service and transform lives by providing access to high-quality surgical care globally. Our patients voted on their favorites from October 30-31; it was a wonderful event, full of creativity.
Congratulations to our surg. tech, Bill, on being the patients’ favorite with your elaborate fish and seascape!
“Huge shoutout!” to the newly formed Teammate Action Group “TAG” at Raritan Valley Surgery Center for helping to arrange the kick off for the Patient Safety Culture initiative. The “TAG” team was formed to focus on employee engagement and quality of work life. TAG organized the very first, themed town hall meeting at RVSC titled Paciente del Seguridad para Cinco de Mayo! Translation: Patient Safety for Cinco de Mayo!
Alene M. Stewart, MBA, BS, RN, RT CEO Raritan Valley Surgery Center
American Cancer Society’s
33rd Annual Night of Wine and Roses
The Greatest Show
RCCA Central Jersey Division
and Princeton Radiation Oncology
Friday, May 3, 2019
We are pleased to present the 33rd Annual Night of Wine and Roses, The Greatest Show.
Come one, come all…as we raise funds for the American Cancer Society
on Friday, May 3rd at the Palace at Somerset Park.
We are proud to celebrate four individuals who have saved lives and lead our fight for a world without cancer.
Dr. & Mrs. Shabbar & Sarah Danish
Shining Star Honorees
Dr. Thangamani Seenivasan
Mrs. Barbara Littman
2nd Annual Recipient of the Judith A. Hoffman Humanitarian Award.
Last year’s sold out event united 570 guests and raised over $508,000. Today we have an enormous opportunity to end cancer, and the pain and suffering it causes. Thanks to the progress we’re making together, mortality rates from the disease have fallen 27 percent since 1991. That’s more than 2.4 million lives saved from cancer that would have otherwise been lost. While we’re making great progress, it’s going to take all of us, working together, to beat this disease. That’s why we do much more than breakthrough research. The Society also offers free rides to treatment, free wigs, free lodging near hospitals, and 365/24/7 help and support for those facing the disease. Your investment in the American Cancer Society means we’re able to provide support to everyone impacted by cancer, in every community, from research to education, prevention to diagnosis, and treatment to recovery.
We hope to see you there!
Dr. and Mrs. Michael and Marlene Nissenblatt
Dr. Nahar’s nomination comes from a colleague who wanted to recognize Dr. Nahar’s leadership, support and dedication to the hospital and her fellow clinicians.
In addition to currently serving her second term on the RWJUH Medical Executive Committee, Dr. Nahar organizes the annual Jersey Women Physician Alliance gala. This year’s event, the 10th Anniversary JWPA Gala, will be held in the RWJUH Courtyard on June 8th. Last year, more than 135 physicians gathered in a celebration of culture and excellence.
Dr. Nahar has been a member of the Medical Staff for 15 years, having completed her gastroenterology fellowship at RWJUH from 2000-2003. Her daughter is a Rutgers-RWJMS graduate, class of 2017.
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