Published on September 30, 2021

Members of the Bergen New Bridge COVID-19 Vaccination Team at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home

Members of the Bergen New Bridge COVID-19 Vaccination Team at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home

Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Partners with NJ Veterans Memorial Home at Paramus Providing COVID-19 Third and Booster Shots to Eligible Residents and Staff

Paramus, NJ – Bergen New Bridge Medical Center continues its commitment to community health and COVID-19 vaccination leadership through its latest partnership to provide third COVID-19 shots to the immunocompromised residents and booster shots to eligible residents and staff at the NJ Veteran’s Memorial Home in Paramus.

“Protecting those most vulnerable to COVID-19 and serving our veterans are top priorities for our Medical Center,” said Deborah Visconi, President and CEO of Bergen New Bridge. Our partnership with our neighbors, the NJ Veterans Memorial Home, is a privilege and we are thankful to be able to vaccinate and further protect their residents. We are proud to continue the work that helps lead the way out of this pandemic.”

“We are tremendously grateful to our partner, Bergen New Bridge, for working with us to ensure the continued safety of our residents and staff by providing these vaccinations at the Memorial Home,” said Timothy Doyle, Administrator for the NJ Veterans Memorial Home. “We look forward to a continued collaboration with the Bergen New Bridge team for the benefit of our residents and staff.”

“Bergen County is dedicated to caring for our veterans and I am proud that Bergen New Bridge is in lockstep with this commitment and is providing vaccinations for the residents and staff at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home,” said James J. Tedesco, III, Bergen County Executive.

The general public can visit Bergen New Bridge’s onsite Vaccination Center, provided in partnership with the County of Bergen, every Monday-Thursday from 7AM-3PM to receive first and second COVID-19 vaccination shots, third shots for the immunocompromised, and booster shots (for those previously vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine) for those over 65, frontline workers, people whose jobs put them at risk of infection, teachers, and those at high risk of severe disease or have underlying health conditions in accordance to the eligibility guidance provided by the ACIP and CDC.

Visit to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.

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