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You deserve the best, and with more hospitals ranked in New Jersey’s top ten than any other health care network, that’s exactly what Hackensack Meridian Health delivers. We’re also rated in the top 10% nationally in 9 specialties, meaning we provide advanced care for all your needs. Our network-wide innovation, quality and compassion keep you life years ahead.

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At Hackensack Meridian Health, we are committed to achieving the highest quality standards and outcomes and welcome the clarity that measurement and reporting bring to the process. We are committed to transparency; shining a spotlight on safety, patient experience, and other publicly reported measures that accelerates improvement.

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Memorial Sloan Kettering and Hackensack Meridian Health are partnering to develop new standards of cancer care.

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Our integrated health care network is taking health care in New Jersey life years ahead. Our mission is to provide the full spectrum of life-enhancing care and services to create and sustain healthy, vibrant communities.

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