Hackensack Meridian Raritan Bay Medical Center is relocating a satellite outpatient rehabilitation location to East Brunswick, the system announced.
The facility, which was formally in Matawan, will be located at 620 Cranbury Road. HMH has over two dozen outpatient physical therapy and occupational therapy facilities across its network.
Anthony Cuzzola, vice president, rehabilitation care transformation services, said the East Brunswick outpatient rehabilitation facility will help patients return to the highest level of function and reduce or eliminate pain after injury, illness or surgery.
“Our goal is to help both adults and children improve their quality of life after injury, illness or surgery,” he said. “Our dedicated medical professionals will assess your condition and develop a personalized treatment program.”
Cuzzola said the facility will provide a wide range of therapies and technologies, including, but not limited to, agility training, endurance exercise, facilitation of gross motor skills, gait training, manual therapy, sports-specific therapy, posture exercises, muscle strengthening, stability, balance and coordination.
William DiStanislao, interim president and chief hospital executive, Raritan Bay Medical Center and Old Bridge Medical Center, said the center will help the community.
“We are excited to bring our outpatient satellite location to the East Brunswick community,” he said. “This will offer the community easy access to our services by having a convenient location close to home.”