Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Local counting sheep said good morning and good bye to Monmouth County residents before hopping a train to their vacation destination.
Commuters were greeted at the Aberdeen-Matawan Train Station Wednesday morning by friends they normally only meet in the bedroom. Two Monmouth County counting sheep spent the early morning hours waving and announcing their retirement while employees from Bayshore Community Hospital passed out flyers announcing the opening of a new Center for Sleep Medicine, a service of Meridian Neuroscience. The new Center for Sleep Medicine at Bayshore Community Hospital is located at 678 North Beers Street, Holmdel, across the street from the hospital's main building. The following is a press release from Bayshore Community Hospital: According to a recent Gallup Poll, more than one-third of the population has trouble sleeping. The effects of sleep …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The chief operating officer at Bayshore recently became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the nation’s leading professional society for health care leaders.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Holmdel Police investigate a case connected to a weeklong visit to the hospital.
The following information was obtained from a Holmdel Police report. Last week, a woman opened her mail to find a bill from Bayshore Community Hospital in Holmdel. The bill was for surgery and a five day stay on Floor 3 East the last week in April – without medical insurance coverage. But the woman knew nothing about it. She had been at work that week, and could prove it. A few phone calls later, and it became clear that somebody else had used her identity to get medical services. The imposter provided the hospital her maiden name, her address, and even listed her actual brother and his phone number as an emergency contact. Holmdel Police Ptl. William Bernard is investigating the case. Editor's note, 9am May 11: An early version of this …
Friday, April 13, 2012
The emergency department will open for patients on April 16 at 3 p.m.
Bayshore Community Hospital unveiled a new Pediatric Care Center Thursday night, which will serve as an emergency room and observation area for young patients. The Pediatric Care Center is separate from the adult emergency department in order to create a less intimidating experience for children and their caregivers, explained president of Riverview Medical Center and Bayshore Community Hospital, Timothy Hogan. "It's an anxious time. It's a confusing time. It's something that none of us look forward to but virtually all of us have to experience," said Hogan. "And many times emergency rooms, although they try, don't really cut it when it comes to providing comfort for children and their parents. It's really a hectic environment." The care …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Concierge Care services are now being offered at Bayshore Community Hospital.
Bayshore Community Hospital is making admitted patients feel more like they are on vacation than at a hospital with their new Concierge Care services. Although the service has only been available for a few months, the Bayshore Concierge staff has already fulfilled hundreds of requests for their patients. From haircuts and massages, to dog walking and lawn services, to even finishing your Holiday shopping, Concierge Care will find any item or service for anyone staying in their hospital. “Since most hospital stays come without warning, we take care of any kind of non-medical services our patient’s want that will help them get better,” explained Annamarie Lombardo, Manager of Guest Relations and Volunteer Services at Bayshore Community …
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
...and the prognosis is good, say leaders. Details were shared at the presentation of the annual report Monday.
Bayshore Community Hospital leaders say they are well on their way to re-stimulating and re-energizing the Holmdel campus. At a presentation of the annual report Dec. 5, Regional President of Riverview Medical Center and Bayshore Community Hospital Tim Hogan talked about the increase in physicians seeking to join the medical staff, new programs in cardiovascular and bariatric care, and welcome financial stability. “The good thing is that Bayshore is a stable environment right now,” said Hogan, after a brief PowerPoint presentation before 2 dozen members of the staff and few members of the community. “People that are here, we anticipate they are going to stay here -- as productive members of the team.” Here are some highlights of his talk: …