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Englewood Health ZT Systems Outpatient Center Opens in Jersey City

Englewood Health opened its three-floor, 73,000+ square-foot Englewood Health ZT Systems Outpatient Center at 2 Journal Square, Jersey City, yesterday, which offers urgent care, primary care, imaging and over a dozen specialty care services to the Hudson County community.

The founding of the outpatient center was made possible by a historic $4 million philanthropic gift from ZT Systems, an international leader in the IT sector. The donation represents the largest corporate pledge in Englewood Health’s history and has fueled the mission of bringing these important medical services to Hudson County.

Located across from the PATH station, the outpatient center also offers patients free parking and easy access to public transportation. The facility brings all the expertise, resources, and existing infrastructure of the hospital to its patients in Jersey City and beyond.

“Travel should never be a barrier to comprehensive, high-quality health care,” said Warren Geller, president and CEO of Englewood Health. “That’s why we continue to expand our services throughout northern New Jersey. Our outpatient center in Jersey City will increase access to preventive care and diagnostics right where people live and work.”

For those who already receive care within the Englewood Health Physician Network—which provides primary and specialty care services across Hudson County—the outpatient center offers seamless collaboration with their referring physicians and true continuity of care.

“ZT Systems is proud to support Englewood Health in giving back to the local community by bringing urgent care, primary care, imaging and laboratory services, specialty care and more to Jersey City,” said Frank Zhang, president and CEO of ZT Systems. “The Englewood Health Foundation shares our company’s values of partnership and people first, and we are very excited to be a part of this important initiative.”

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