Together, Woodbridge Township officials and the physical therapy team at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute are helping to build a healthier community by making treatment options convenient and accessible.
Services provided include one-to-one personalized therapy sessions, individualized treatment plans, and expert rehabilitation for various orthopedic and sports related conditions.
“As we navigate the changing health care landscape, I see today as just one of what will be many opportunities in the future to bring our expert care into the community, guaranteeing access to care in an environment that not only supports the healing process, but also provides convenience, ensuring a better patient experience,” said Raymond Fredericks, Hackensack Meridian Health regional president, Central Market.
“The JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute – ranked among the nation’s best rehabilitation hospitals – is leading the way in advances in physical rehabilitation and pain management. We expect the demand for physical therapy to grow and this new outpatient center allows us to meet those demands here in the Woodbridge community,” said Dr. Sara Cuccurullo, vice president and medical director of JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute.
On hand for the official ribbon cutting were Woodbridge Township Mayor John E. McCormac; First Ward Councilwoman Nancy Drumm; Councilman-at-Large Gregg M. Ficarra and Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce President Karen Barnes. Hackensack Meridian Health leadership in attendance were Fredericks; Cuccurullo; Anthony Cuzzola, vice president and administrator; Arlen Ray, director of Outpatient Rehabilitation, and members of the Center for Sports and Spine Medicine at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, Dr. Sagar Parikh, Dr. Craig Van Dien and Dr. Lauren Delavaux, M.D. Representing The Club at Woodbridge were Vito Cimilluca, director, Woodbridge Township Recreation Department; and John Cook, general manager, The Club at Woodbridge.
Daytime and evening appointments are available at the Outpatient Center at Woodbridge by calling 732-636-5151. Prescriptions are required and can be faxed to 732-602-0046.
For more information about JFK Rehabilitation Institute and its service, visitJFKJohnson.org.