What is Rutgers Health?

As the clinical arm of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers Health revolutionizes health and wellness by integrating life-changing technologies with patient-centered education to provide innovative, compassionate care that improves our patients' well-being.


How can I reach my health care provider?

The phone numbers for your health professional's office remain the same. 


How does Rutgers Health affect my current health care?

Patients receive the same excellent care, at the same location, and from the same health care professionals.  


What benefits does Rutgers Health offer to its patients?

Rutgers Health connects Rutgers’ research, education, and clinical care to evolving health care needs. Patients benefit from Rutgers’ highly ranked academic and research expertise and discoveries. Patients gain all the advantages of an academic health care provider organization—research, clinical trials, latest technology, and specialists—close to home.


What are the goals of Rutgers Health?

Rutgers Health

  • ensures the consistent delivery of value-added health care by Rutgers in New Jersey and beyond;
  • presents a unified brand that represents a single, integrated Rutgers clinical program to the public and to clinical partners;
  • sets and enforces health-related operating and value policies on behalf of Rutgers.

What entities comprise Rutgers Health?

Rutgers Health is comprised of faculty medical and dental practices, community-focused clinics, nationally designated centers, leading institutes, and behavioral health care centers within and associated with Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. More information can be found on the page that details the Rutgers Health Structure.


How does New Jersey benefit from Rutgers Health?

As an outstanding academic health enterprise, Rutgers Health provides health care benefits as well as economic benefits to our state, including

  • offering the most advanced treatments for patients close to home;
  • creating high-level, high-paying jobs;
  • increasing external funding;
  • better positioning New Jersey within the nation’s changing and increasingly competitive health care landscape.