CHADD Ridgewood Hospital, River Edge, NJ07661 CHADD is an organization for children and adults with attention deficit disorder. Members and experts convene and hold…More seminars, support groups and group presentations. CHADD is a national organization with a local chapter in Bergen County which meets in Ridgewood Hospital. Entry cost for events are usually between five and ten dollars.
Joe's TV Hospital 624 Kinderkamack Rd, River Edge, NJ07661 Joe's TV Hospital is a TV repair service located in River Edge. The company repairs and replaces parts for older sets,…More LCDs and plasma TVs. Depending on the model, year and make of the television, the company will be able to provide repair services.
Patients in need of emergency care are transported to Hackensack University Medical Center via their local ambulance…More corp or the HUMC Mobile Intensive Care Unit. HUMC is a non-profit research and teaching hospital. HUMC was formed in 1888 as the first hospital in Bergen County.
HUMC's campus includes 15 buildings on site ranging from: the Audrey Hepburn Children's House to the Deirdre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology along with the MOLLY Diabetes Center for Adults and the Jeffrey M. Creamer Trauma Center.
Holy Name Medical Center - Center for Physical Rehabilitation 514 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Holy Name Medical Center's Center for Physical Rehabilitation provides physical, occupational and speech therapy. The…More center treats both adults and children. Patients do not have to be receiving care at the hospital in order to make an appointment.
CareOne Healthcare 600 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 CareOne Healthcare is a nursing service with a location in Oradell. Its services include post-acute rehabilitation,…More assisted living, memory care, respite care and hospital care. The company accepts private pay, state funded programs and managed care.
HNH Fitness 514 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ07649 Holy Name Hospital's own fitness center takes a balanced, medically-based approach to fitness with a holistic approach…More that teaches members to produce desired results, improve their health and address serious issues. FitLinxx software allows users to track their progress; BodyAge technology helps members learn their fitness age rather than chronological age. Partnerships between the Medical Center's doctors and the fitness center keep members with health issues on track. The 23,000-square-foot facility offers more than 65 classes per week including yoga, pilates, strength, cycling, trekking and Zumba. The new YouthFit program targets children ages 10 to 17.