MANCHESTER – AristaCare Health Services and Community Medical Center strengthened their bond while improving care in Ocean County. As part of AristaCare’s overall mission of providing unprecedented care, the company’s care centers in Ocean County generously donated 27 stethoscopes to each of the emergency medicine residents at CMC’s newly minted teaching hospital.
AristaCare’s Manchester and Whiting centers both are no stranger to CMC, as both have flourished thanks in part to their partnership with the hospital ever the years.
“Giving great care in our setting is dependent on having great partners that share our vision of continuously striving to reach higher goals,” said Robert Greenberger, Executive Director at AristaCare. Greenberger was a pioneer of AristaCare’s premiere care in Ocean County, working with the company since its inception decades ago. “It was our privilege to recognize CMC for its recent achievement of receiving an A score from the LeapFrog Foundation.”
CMC was one of the top hospitals nationally to receive this award, and in tandem becoming a teaching hospital. The new emergency medicine program, with 27 residents, is sure to assist the hospital to be at the forefront of medicine. As a result, AristaCare welcomed and presented each program resident with the primary tool of their trade – a stethoscope.
“We express gratitude for the extremely generous gift of stethoscopes to our residents – they were so excited and grateful for them,” said Dr. Nicole Maguire, Program Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at CMC.
“As the director of this new program, it has been so inspirational to witness the excitement of Community Medical Center and its partners in welcoming our first class. Our residents are motivated and diligent in their journey to become the best physicians they possibly can and improve the patient care for our community,” she said.
“We wish our long-time friends at the hospital much success in fulfilling our shared vision of bringing even better care to Ocean County,” Greenberger added.