Raritan Valley Surgery Center 2nd Annual Pumpkin Contest

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!

Photo of all the participants in the pumpkin carving contest

Pumpkin decorated to look like a day of the dead sugar skull pumpkins made to look like an ice cream sundae pumpkins decorated to look like a Turkey & Owl pumpkin painted to look like a witch pumpkins carved into a hotel called the Witch's Inn Pumpkin carved into a blowfish with a sea scape pumpkin background Pumpkin carved into the shape of a cauldron Cookie Monster Pumpkin carving and eating cookies Oscar the Grouch in his trash can pumpkin image  Spa Pumpkins Image


RWJUH Hosts Women Physicians Wellness Program

The Wellness Program, spearheaded by Dr. Sudha Nahar, leader of the Jersey Women Physicians Alliance, the first meeting of the Women Physician Wellness program was held on Thursday, September 19th.

The weekly meeting will feature yoga and other wellness activities, every Thursday from 7:00-8:00 PM. The cost is $20/month.

Any interested women physicians can email Dr. Nahar for more information.


Raritan Valley Surgery Center is a proud sponsor of the JWPA

Raritan Valley Surgery Center sponsored and attended the Jersey Women Physician Alliance’s 10th Annual Gala on June 8, 2019, we’d like to congratulate Dr. Sudha Nahar on a beautiful event!

JWPA 10th Annual GALA
JWPA 10th Annual GALA
Congratulations to Dr. Sudha Nahar
Congratulations to Dr. Sudha Nahar
Jersey Women Physician Alliance’s 10th Annual Gala
From left to right, Allison Miller, Business Office Manager; Alene Stewart, CEO; Dr. Sudha Nahar; Kaitlyn Lyon, Director of Nursing


Teammate Action Group “TAG” at Raritan Valley Surgery Center

“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


Thank you Raritan Valley Surgery Center for your support: Magpies Soccer Club