Holy Name Medical Center Press Release

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Holy Name to Debut New State Of The Art ICU At Ribbon Cutting During National Physicians Week, Wednesday 3/31 @ 10am
$3M Gift Brings Critical Support to Construction of New Intensive Care Unit at Hospital Once at Epicenter of NJ’s COVID Outbreak

WHAT:
Check presentation and ribbon-cutting event, followed by facility tour:
Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck receives $3 million gift from Saddle River's
Serviam Foundation, Inc., to Name and Support Construction of Best-in-Class
Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

WHEN:
March 31, 2021 at 10AM

WHO:
Senator Paul Sarlo (LD-36, Bergen)
Michael Maron, President and CEO, Holy Name Medical Center
Cathleen Davey, President, Holy Name Medical Center Foundation
Richard and Aleta Taylor, Trustees, Serviam Foundation

WHERE:
Serviam Foundation Intensive Care Unit
Holy Name Medical Center
718 Teaneck Road Teaneck, NJ

WHY:
To debut the new state-of-the-art 19-bed ICU comprising advanced technology, innovative safety features, and novel infection control safeguards, including:

  • Nursing stations that accommodate nurse-to-patient ratios of 1:2
  • All negative-pressure rooms for infection prevention and control
  • Motion-activated transparent-to-opaque windows for patient privacy
  • Remote-capable bedside care consoles with camera and HD-monitoring
  • Motorized patient lift systems


Credentialed media are asked to RSVP to jgriffin@holyname.org or 201-543-4935.