Holy Name Medical Center's monoclonal antibody treatment center is featured in a special exclusive look by NBC Today Show correspondent Vicky Nguyen. Dr. Thomas Birch, medical director of the Institute for Clinical Research, says he has seen dramatic turn-arounds in patients with COVID-19.
We’re far from done with this health crisis. Hope has arrived in a slow, steady rollout of vaccines and New Jersey’s own Johnson & Johnson one-shot serum coming to market; the first doses were put in arms at churches, community centers and hospitals across the state Thursday. shot serum coming to market; the first doses were put in arms at churches, community centers and hospitals across the state Thursday.
The U.S. has reached a grim milestone. 500,000 deaths due to COVID-19. The numbers can't describe the incredible pain and loss families are feeling. Holy Name chief nursing officer Michele Acito knows that pain too well and talks about her mother-in-law after she was brought into the medical center with COVID-19.
Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck announced this week that it is the first hospital in New Jersey to offer needle-free blood draws for inpatients.
An endoscopy alliance, in partnership with Holy Name Medical Center, has acquired an endoscopic surgery center, it announced recently.
The Teaneck hospital is standardizing the needle-free blood collection procedure, building on its reputation as a technology and treatment innovator.
Johnny Pacheco, legendary bandleader, producer and co-founder of salsa label Fania Records, died Monday afternoon at the age of 85. His wife, Maria Elena Pacheco, confirmed his death at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, N.J., citing complications from pneumonia.