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Valley Breaks Ground on New Hospital in Paramus, NJ!

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Governor comes to Paramus to mark milestone for arts education in NJ

The governor was in Paramus to celebrate 100% of New Jersey public schools offering arts programs.

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The Amusement Park Ride elevator in Bloomie's Parking Deck [Roosevelt Field]

They should charge admission to ride this thing. Makes the one at Garden State Plaza look like a KONE.

Brand: Schindler (who else?)
Installed: 1992
Machine: In Ground Hydraulic
Floors Served: LL, *1, 2 (3)
Fixtures: MT
Fear/DT Index: Insultingly high. I wonder how it passes inspection. Well, at least Simon's given something for bored kids to ride on the weekends.
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Car line to get tested in Paramus, New Jersey

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NJ Governor Phil Murphy To Undergo Surgery For Kidney Tumor Removal

The surgery is scheduled at a hospital in New York City on Wednesday.
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13 Questions with Richard LaBarbiera

Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera invites Daily Voice inside his office and revealed his worst habit, go-to lunch selection, what he gets up to when he's not serving the community and more.

Paramus Open House

Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera joins Community Blood Services CEO Dr. Dennis Todd and others at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Paramus Donor Center at 1 West Ridgewood Avenue and speaks about the importance of donating blood.

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Meet Valley's Emergency Medical Services Team!

Valley's highly trained team of emergency services personnel is prepared to assist patients with their medical and transportation needs. Meet the team in this brief video!

Paramus Park Former Sears Space Update #2 Stew Leonards win approval for first location in NJ

Stew Leonards win approval for the new location

Ridgewood Stands With Valley

Thank you to Ridgewood Valley Hospital for all of the hard work you are all putting in to ensure that our community stays safe. Ridgewood stands with Valley and appreciates your dedication to keep Ridgewood safe. Enjoy Ridgewood's way of saying thank you
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County Executive Orders More Officers to Bergen Regional Medical Center

After ongoing security issues at Bergen Regional Medical Center, the county executive has ordered increased officer presence at the facility.

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The Valley Hospital to Move Inpatient Care to Paramus — News 12 NJ

The Outlets at Bergen Towne Center in Paramus, NJ Construction Update #1

This is Construction Update/Info on the current status of the new retailers/restaurants being added to the mall  

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Coronavirus: CEO of NJ's largest network of hospitals on adapting to COVID-19 demand

New Jersey hit a grim milestone on Monday, as the number of coronavirus deaths passed 1,000. Robert Garrett, CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health, joins Squawk Box to discuss the battle against the virus. Hackensack Meridian Health is New Jersey's largest health network, which includes 17 hospitals.

The coronavirus pandemic is beginning to show signs that it is nearing a peak in New Jersey, Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J., told CNBC on Tuesday.

“What we’re doing is working,” Gottheimer said on “Squawk Box.” “Our death toll is still way too high, and it’s just awful the number of people who are sick. ... But the good news is it seems there is some light on the horizon.”

More than 41,000 cases have been confirmed in New Jersey, including more than 1,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

Gottheimer said about 20% of the state’s cases have been in his northern New Jersey district, which includes Bergen and Sussex counties.

Earlier Tuesday, the head of New Jersey’s largest health-care network told “Squawk Box” he’s “certainly encouraged” by recent COVID-19 data.

“The number of new cases each day were in the double digits. They were about 35% increase every 24 hours about a week ago,” Hackensack Meridian Health CEO Robert Garrett said. “These last few days, they’ve been in the single digits.”

“We’re hoping but we’re not getting too happy quite yet. But we’re hoping that we’re starting to see that top of the curve.”

Gov. Phil Murphy also expressed optimism Monday on CNBC: “Too early to tell, but we are seeing the positive cases that are coming out each day continue to show a little bit of a sign of flattening, and that’s a good thing,”

New Jersey has the nation’s second highest number of coronavirus cases and deaths, behind New York state’s over 131,830 infections and 4,758 fatalities. The U.S. has the most cases of any country with over 368,400 infections and the third highest number of deaths, 10,993. Global cases topped 1.36 million with 75,972 deaths and over 265,400 recoveries.

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Meet hepatopancreatobiliary surgeon Michael Passeri, MD!

Valley-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care has welcomed Dr. Passeri to its surgical practice at The Valley Institute for Gastrointestinal Cancer! Learn more about Dr. Passeri and his fascinating specialty in this short video!
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Valley Hospital Executives Announce Plans to Relocate Main Campus from Ridgewood to Paramus — NJTV

Coronavirus kills Valley Hospital doctor

The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood reports COVID-19 cases jumped from 140 on Friday to 198 on Wednesday morning.

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Valley Employees Designing The New Valley Hospital!

Who knew that planning and designing a new hospital from the ground up would involve glue guns, yarn, cardboard and other craft materials! It may seem like an art class, but we’ve really been working hard to move forward with the process of planning The “New” Valley Hospital. Staff involvement and input has been an integral part of the process. Teams from services including Patient Admitting, the Surgical Suite, Same Day Surgery, Cardiac Catheterization and Electrophysiology Labs, Diagnostic Imaging and Emergency Services, met for a 5-day, hands-on “3P” workshop event (Production, Preparation, Process). During the multi-day “3P event,” the teams created and tested potential designs. This included designing layouts to scale, building full-size room mock ups, and testing the flow of patients, visitors and services throughout each area!

The Valley Hospital Announces Plans to Move to Paramus

Audrey Meyers, President and CEO of The Valley Hospital and Valley Health System, recently announced Valley’s plans to build a new, state-of-the-art hospital in Paramus. Meyers, who was joined by members of Valley’s Board of Trustees, elected officials and community leaders in making the announcement, said the new facility will allow Valley to meet the long-term healthcare needs of northern New Jersey and ensures that residents have access to the highest quality of care.

Moving inpatient and emergency services to Paramus will allow Valley to repurpose its current campus in Ridgewood for a broad range of healthcare services, including an urgent-care center, and laboratory, radiology and endoscopy services. In addition, Valley plans to consolidate existing ambulatory and outpatient services and health system business functions back to the Ridgewood campus.

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Valley Breaks Ground on New Hospital in Paramus, NJ!

Donning hard hats and carrying shovels, on November 1, 2019, Valley Health System leadership; philanthropic supporters; community members; and federal, state and local elected officials joined Audrey Meyers, Valley's President and CEO, to break ground on our new, state-of-the-art hospital in Paramus, NJ. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Senator Bob Menendez, Rep Josh Gottheimer, Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr., Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco, and Mayor Richard LaBarbiera, were among the elected officials on hand to show their support! Thanks to all who attended and to all who helped to coordinate this monumental event!

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