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PATIENTS' STORIES

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“I had such a great experience at the Meadowlands Hospital! From ER Registration to nurses, anesthesiologist to my doctor – everyone was very professional and nice but most importantly caring! This is what makes this hospital great!"
— Emma R., Meadowlands Hospital Same Day Surgery Patient, May 2017

“MHMC Staff made me feel comfortable and at ease at all times. Nurses always made sure my bed was made and cleaned. I never knew hospital food could be so good. Great meals! Nurses were helpful – amazing staff. For my first C-section, there is no way I could have done it without my nurses. Thank you. Nurses made sure I was in no pain and kept up with me as much as possible. Everyone was friendly and polite. Staff made me feel like family and they honestly cared. At first I was very nervous because it was my first time in this hospital – after my experience I will recommend this hospital to everyone. One of the best hospitals I have ever been to – please keep up the good work!”
— Amanda R., Meadowlands Hospital HCAHPS/Postpartum Patient, February 2017

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Zika Virus

HUDSON REGIONAL HEALTH COMMISSION
HEALTH ALERT NETWORK
Public Health Information

To Hudson County Community:
As you may have heard, on February 1, 2016 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika Virus an International Public Health Emergency due to its apparent association with microcephaly. Microcephaly is a condition in which infants are born with heads smaller than normal, and is associated with developmental delays, conditions such as cerebral palsy, and can result in death for these children. Researchers are investigating the link between mothers infected with Zika Virus during pregnancy and the subsequent birth of infants with microcephaly. It is important to note that there are no locally transmitted cases in the United States, only cases linked to travel to Zika affected countries. To date, NJ has documented only one imported case in a person who had traveled to Columbia. The woman has returned home and has recovered.
Attached are the frequently asked questions regarding the Zika Virus.

As always, please feel free to contact HRHC with any questions or concerns you may have. You are also encouraged to visit our website at www.hudsonregional.org and look for health education resources on Zika Virus under “What’s New.” Many of the resources are available in English, Spanish and Portuguese. You can also follow us on Twitter at @HudsonRegHealth for the latest information about Zika and other public health concerns that make affect you.

Other sources of information on Zika can be found at:
CDC http://www.cdc.gov/zika/
NJDOH http://www.state.nj.us/health/cd/zika/index.shtml
WHO http://www.who.int/csr/disease/zika/en/