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Valley Health System adds partnership with Mount Sinai

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Valley Health System adds partnership with Mount Sinai

DECEMBER 19, 2014    LAST UPDATED: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2014, 1:21 AM
BY MARY JO LAYTON
STAFF WRITER |
THE RECORD

The Valley Health System is partnering with the Mount Sinai Health System in New York, which could prove a major advantage for the Ridgewood-based organization as it looks to recruit physicians and enhance its research, officials said Thursday.

A Mount Sinai associate dean will be appointed in January to oversee the development of initiatives for clinical services, research and staff education programs at both institutions, said Audrey Meyers, president and CEO of the Valley Health System, which includes the 451-bed Valley Hospital, Valley Home Care and Valley Medical Group.

More stand-alone hospitals are merging with larger systems as health care delivery and reimbursement change radically under the Affordable Care Act. But Meyers stressed that “both organizations will remain independent.”

The new partnership “is strictly an academic affiliation,” Meyers said.

https://www.northjersey.com/news/health-news/valley-health-system-mount-sinai-sign-alliance-1.1169689

4 thoughts on “Valley Health System adds partnership with Mount Sinai

  1. How long before the merger?

    Will the next owner sue the town?

  2. Come on people. Give Valley a brake. They are great Did you see their name in the Record this morning for losing medicare payment s for shoddy work?? like the great Hackensack did??

  3. I’m still going into Manhattan. . .


  4. Anonymous:

    I’m still going into Manhattan. . .

    That’s your choice.
    I don’t work there, shop there, or play there so if I get sick,
    I’m getting medical care in NJ.

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