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“Excellent experience – I always take my kids to Meadowlands Hospital. It is an excellent hospital.”
— Laura R., Meadowlands Hospital Emergency Room Patient, February 2017

“I received wonderful care from arrival until I was sent home. All of the nurses and doctors were professional and caring. Proud to say these folks are all my peers and that we are all lucky to work at Meadowlands Hospital where care is top notch!”
— Monique C., Meadowlands Hospital Ambulatory Services Patient, February 2017

“Excellent experience. Professional, yet friendly and down to earth staff. Made me very comfortable. Best doctors and nurses ever! Top notch – best hospital I have ever been to!!! I had a very good experience at your facility in all aspects. Would definitely return-also car service is a plus!”
— Denise C., Meadowlands Hospital Ambulatory Services Patient, February 2017



MHMC Storm Update

29 October 2012

Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center (MHMC) Acting CEO Lynn McVey announced that the hospital repeated their efforts from Hurricane Irene by opening up two alternate care sites. At 7am on Monday, MHMC opened one alternate care site at Huber School in Secaucus, seeing patients who cannot get to the hospital due to flooding.

According to McVey, last year with Hurricane Irene, two critical patient lives were saved. One was a stroke patient, 2nd patient was from a heart attack. Plus, a mommy delivered a beautiful baby girl 30 minutes after arriving. Because of last year, the Mayor of Secaucus asked Meadowlands Hospital to repeat that effort again for Hurricane Sandy.

"This year, the Mayor of West New York asked MHMC to help his town and we set up a second alternate care site at Bergenline Avenue and 60th Street," said McVey. "The sites in Secaucus and West New York will enable residents to receive quality healthcare, even during a dangerous hurricane."

According to McVey, West New York site is equipped with EKG equipment, stretchers and a hospital bed. Trauma, pediatric and basic medical equipment, plus a large assortment of medications have been organized. Equipment set-up was on Sunday. At noon Monday, they held orientation, training of specific scenarios and opened for service. As of 3pm, three MDs, three RNs, two EMTs and two Volunteers are bracing for the storm which is about to hit our area at 7pm. McVey concluded "Like last year, we are confident the alternate care sites will enable residents to access healthcare, even in storm and flood conditions."