Orchestrating Excellence.

Welcome to Hackensack Meridian Health. We are excited to offer better care to more residents throughout New Jersey, and are dedicated to family and patient-centered care, world-class education, and tomorrow’s research. From virtual appointments to home health to treating the most complex conditions— Hackensack Meridian Health is perfectly orchestrated and in tune with the needs of the communities we serve.

A Message From Our Co-CEOs

To say 2016 was an exciting year for us would be an understatement. Since our merger, we have hit the ground running – making history along the way.

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As a forward-thinking network, we continue to be on the forefront of innovation in the health care space. Hackensack Meridian Health is where researchers fast-track breakthroughs into life-changing care, and where the medical school of tomorrow, with humanity at its core, is taking shape today.

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community benefits

We are leading the way for health care’s expansion beyond hospital beds and into communities, where patients and experts come together to form the ultimate health networking hub.

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2016 Highlights

Through outstanding care, education, innovative research and thought leadership, we are well-orchestrating life for the communities we are proud to serve. Everything we do is about being a leader in well-orchestrating excellence for a better life and a better world.

Well-orchestrated brand

We know that a brand must be lived each moment by the people who represent it. Every moment, every interaction, every time we impact a life, we are the brand. It’s why everything we do matters.


Cancer Care

Finding more cures for cancer faster while ensuring that patients have access to the highest-quality, most individualized cancer care when and where they need it.


Educating the Next Generation of Physicians

Hackensack Meridian Health and Seton Hall University are in a unique position to partner in the development of an innovative New Jersey-based health education program to address the upcoming physician shortage. This is why they are moving forward to establish a new, four-year school of medicine.