Our Commitment to You: The Vision, Mission, and Values of Bergen New Bridge Medical Center

Mission and Vision

Bergen New Bridge Medical Center will engage our residents, patients, providers, and staff to improve the health and well-being of the greater Bergen County community.


Bergen New Bridge Medical Center will continually strive to achieve and sustain:

    • Patient-Centered Care
    • Transparency of Patient Care and Corporate Achievement
    • Quality Care over Quantity of Care
  • Access to Care for ALL County Residents

Values That Guide the Institution


We believe our personal and professional integrity is the basis of public trust.


We commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in all areas, fostering a learning environment for patients, residents, staff, and the community.


We take pride in our commitment to provide quality healthcare to the public, and we are dedicated to providing support, care, and healing to the people we are privileged to serve.


The individuals we treat share with us common human needs, desires, strengths, and limitations. We embrace cultural diversity and individual uniqueness and commit ourselves to support and enable each person’s choices and preferences.


We recognize the importance of family and friends in successful treatment, encourage their participation in the treatment process, and value their feelings and input.


We are committed to developing an environment that inspires and promotes innovation, fosters dynamic leadership, and encourages creativity.


We believe all Medical Center staff make valuable contributions to the health, well-being, and safety of our patients, residents, caregivers, and the community.


We are committed to promoting professional development and excellence. We are equally dedicated to providing patient, family, and community education.


We are earnest about developing services that are cost-efficient and cost-effective.


We provide healthcare to individuals without discrimination based upon race, age, gender, national origin, creed, sexual preference, handicap, diagnosis, ability to pay, or source of payment.


For further Psychiatry Residency Training program information or inquiries about our medical students’ education and research, please contact the following:


Joel Reed
Coordinator Psychiatry Residency Training Program
Bergen New Bridge Medical Center
230 East Ridgewood Avenue
Paramus, NJ 07652
Phone: 201-967-4132
Fax: 201-967-4290


Blood Drive
Fri. Jan. 31


HIV 2020 Insights and Updates
Tues. Jan. 28


Mental Health Services
Speed Networking Luncheon
Tues. Feb. 4


Career Open House
Wed. Feb. 5


Respiratory Care 2020
Thurs. March 5


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