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St. Joseph’s In the News: ALTO Goes National

From Our Partners at St. Joseph’s Health

Dear Friends of St. Joseph’s Health,

The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation for St. Joseph’s ALTO® program to go national! The Alternatives to Opioids in the Emergency Department Act, introduced by Representative Bill Pascrell, will establish a three-year pilot to test ways of managing pain in Emergency Departments across the country without using opioids.

“Prescribing fewer opioids in hospitals all across the country as we are doing here in New Jersey will have a profound impact on reducing addiction and overdose. I’m delighted the ALTO bill has passed and our legislators have stepped-up to bring real, tangible solutions to combat the opioid epidemic,” said Kevin Slavin, President & CEO, St. Joseph’s Health.

This news was highlighted in regional and national publications. Please view coverage below:

Star Ledger
N.J. Hospital’s Opioid Program Goes National

Fox 5 News
St. Joseph’s Leads Fight Against Opioid Crisis

About Regency Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation

For a quarter of a century, Regency Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has guided family members through the process of deciding on a new way of life for their loved ones and has provided seniors with a fulfilling, quality lifestyle.

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Through the years, A lifestyle that features compassionate and comprehensive quality care. A lifestyle that is reminiscent of home in an atmosphere of elegance and comfort. Where new friendships are fostered and distinct artistic and cultural interests are encouraged. A new way of living where individuality is valued; dignity and independence are paramount and spirits are uplifted.

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Congratulations, Mr. David Gross – Regency Nursing Founder and President

We are always proud to commend our Regency Founder and President, Mr. David Gross, for his continuing community outreach and philanthropic and charitable work.

Mr. Gross, was a featured speaker at last week’s legislative breakfast hosted by the Agudath Israel of America, at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ.

Mr. Gross introduced the well known and highly regarded NJ Assemblyman, Gary Schaer.

The meeting was well attended by various assembly members and legislative staff and included such notables as the Speaker of the Assembly, Craig Coughlin and Governor Mitch Daniels.

To view many additional photos of this event, please visit our Regency Facebook Page