About

Hospital Alliance’s primary advocacy efforts center on:

  • Access to quality medical care

  • Meeting the special healthcare needs of the people in our cities, and

  • Securing and maintaining the funding necessary to train tomorrow’s physicians. 

 

Our 15 member hospitals span north to south, and east to west, touching nearly all of New Jersey’s 8.8 million residents. 

 

Member Hospitals

  • AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center

  • Bergen New Bridge Medical Center

  • Capital Health Regional Medical Center 

  • Christ Hospital/CarePoint Health

  • Cooper University Health Care

  • East Orange General Hospital

  • Hoboken University Medical Center/CarePoint Health

  • Jersey City Medical Center/RWJBarnabas Health

  • Monmouth Medical Center/RWJBarnabas Health

  • Newark Beth Israel Medical Center/RWJBarnabas Health

  • St. Francis Medical Center

  • St. Joseph’s University Medical Center

  • St. Mary’s General Hospital

  • Trinitas Regional Medical Center

  • University Hospital

 

Established in 1993, Hospital Alliance of New Jersey serves as the voice of urban and teaching hospitals in our State and at the federal level.

By The Numbers...
Hospital Alliance Member hospitals...

  • Represent 21% of the State’s acute care hospitals

  • Provide 55% of Charity Care in the State

  • Are one of the largest employers in their cities, collectively they provide approx. 33,000 full-time equivalent jobs

  • Provides care for 217,000 inpatient admissions each year

  • Provides care for 3.4 million outpatient visits annually

  • Train more than 1,600 resident physicians in primary care and medical/surgical specialties