Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) is an acute care teaching and research hospital that serves the residents of northern New Jersey and parts of New York. The hospital, which was founded in 1888 with 12 beds, now has nearly 800 beds and staffs more than 1,500 physicians and dentists, adding about 100 doctors each year. HUMC administers general medical and surgical care, as well as an array of specialty care. The medical center also provides treatment for children through its Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital and the Tomorrows Children’s Institute (specializing in cancer and blood disorders).
Hackensack University Medical Center
30 Prospect Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601
CategoryHealth Care Services & Hospitals
A robust commitment to diversity and inclusion is evident in the institution’s workforce recruitment and development, ensuring equitable access to healthcare services for all. Hackensack University Medical Center partners with sustainable suppliers and promotes ethical sourcing practices, reducing the environmental and social impacts of its supply chain. The institution actively contributes to medical research, pioneering advancements in healthcare that benefit patients and the broader medical community. Rigorous disaster preparedness and response protocols guarantee the medical center’s ability to provide critical healthcare services during emergencies and public health crises. The institution engages with the community through partnerships, sponsorships, and volunteering, supporting local initiatives and fostering a sense of shared responsibility.