Bergen New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus announced its new partnership with the Fusion Muslim Community Center of North Jersey to be the health care provider of choice offering acute care, long term care, mental health and substance use disorder treatment to the Muslim community.
“Our partnership with the Fusion will help provide access to long term care and a complete continuum of health care services to our Muslim community,” said Deborah Visconi, president and CEO of Bergen New Bridge Medical Center. “New Jersey ranks number 1 in the nation in the percentage of its population that is Muslim and Bergen County has the second largest percentage of Muslims residents. Because we are committed to caring for diverse communities, increasing population health, and making sure those who often go underserved or unserved have access to quality, compassionate, and inclusive healthcare, forging this relationship with the Fusion was a priority for us.”
“This is a unique program unlike any other one in the county”, said Dr. M. Haque from the Fusion Community Center. “We are proud to partner with Bergen New Bridge because they understand the cultural needs of our community and have a depth and breadth of services that will benefit all those we serve”.
“As the largest and only public hospital in Bergen County, Bergen New Bridge Medical Center does an exceptional job providing culturally sensitive healthcare services and long term care,” said James J. Tedesco, lll, Bergen County Executive. “This new partnership with the Fusion Center of Northern New Jersey expands upon Bergen New Bridge’s success and continues the County of Bergen’s commitment to establishing meaningful programs to care for our residents by further expanding access to specialized services for the Muslim community across the region.”
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