RWJ MMCSC teams up with the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce to help build bridges within the Community

[COMMUNICATED] At the recent JBIZ Expo at ShoreTown Ballpark in Lakewood, Monmouth Medical Center and MMCSC Chief Administrative Officer Phil Passes addressed the Healthcare industry and discussed RWJ Barnabas Health’s join effort with the Orthodox Jewish Chamber to increase its outreach to the Lakewood community, vendors and providers.
Phil Passes thanked the Chamber for helping the Hospital with its outreach acknowledging since the Hospital Joined the Chamber as a Community Member the Orthodox Jewish Chamber started working hand-in-hand with the RWJ Barnabas Health the Chamber helped increase its number of community friendly doctors, nurses, and other service providers, in order to provide a boost of familiarity to local patients going to its hospitals for care.
“This effort is designed to not only promote patient care in RWJ’s hospitals, but also to advance inclusivity and cultural understanding in its facilities,” said Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce CEO Duvi Honig.
In past years, many local Medical field workers and healthcare providers who attempted to gain employment at RWJ Barnabas hospitals lacked a network or direct relationship to communicate and follow up with with the Hospital leaving many feeling their applications have been fallen through the cracks.
The Hospital partnered with the Chamber to resolve this issue, with the Chamber already originated multiple interviews for local healthcare personnel at RWJ hospitals, particularly at Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus in Lakewood and Long Branch.
If you are a healthcare provider or would like a job at a RWJ Barnabas Health hospital, you can contact the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce who is a strategic partner with the hospital and can help submit and guide you through the application process on a one on one basis.
There are various open Jobs available at the Hospital that the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce look forward helping fill.
To inquire about applying for a Job at the Hospital
Email [email protected] or call 732 987-7704 x104
To have your Business Join the Chamber online visit
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  1. Can we get them to up their game overall?
    Like put their pride aside and give doctors access to the hospital?
    Or investing in a maternity ward and NICU?
    Or hiring radiologist who can read a CT scan and being able to see the difference between vertigo and a stroke?
    Or emergency medicine doctors who can follow standard protocols for excluding conditions?
    I am saying, the only thing they have going for them is their caring and skilled staff of nurses.

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