Staff members at Holy Name Medical Center recognize that senior citizens make up a large segment of the New Jersey/New York population, with unique medical needs that are constantly changing. Specific programs and services are offered at Holy Name to address some of these challenges, with the goal of improving the quality of life for both seniors and their families. Click on the links below to learn more.
Adult DayAway - Day care with medical assistance for the infirm, elderly, physically challenged or cognitively impaired.
Balance and Dizziness Treatment - An outpatient service offering individualized exercise programs to help people with vertigo, dizziness and imbalance.
Community for Healthy Living - A program of events, services and classes to promote health, offer support, educate and screen for a variety of illnesses and conditions.
Home Health Care - Visiting professionals, including nurses, social workers, dieticians and rehabilitation therapists assist in the transition from hospital to home.
Hospice - When a person can no longer benefit from treatment and life expectancy is limited to six months or less, hospice can be provided for eligible patients at home or at Villa Marie Claire in Saddle River.
Volunteer Opportunities - Opportunities to serve in more than 100 areas of the hospital are available, from the gift shop to clinical tasks.