Campus & Community

The State of New Jersey Awards New Development Grant to Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership

Grant will provide continued education and training to urban medical centers and hospitals

Hoboken, NJ – The State of New Jersey recently announced that a significant new grant was awarded to the Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership (SHEP) for innovative management and development at Hoboken University Medical Center and Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center. The resources will assist both urban healthcare providers in an array of high demand patient areas and staff development initiatives.
This represents the fifth consecutive successful grant application for SHEP in four years. In total, the State of New Jersey has provided more than $1.8 million dollars in this effort to Stevens which has provided training to New Jersey hospitals representing a commercial value of more than $7 million dollars.
Dr. Angelo Caprio, vice president of Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC) states: "This latest state grant awarded to the Stevens Healthcare Educational Partnership will be a tremendous resource as we continue to build our Neighborhood Partnership in community healthcare. As a Hoboken native and Navy-trained physician, the triad of well-managed government resources, Stevens’ innovation and HUMC's charter, I firmly believe this is an outstanding action-oriented initiative."
"With 16 Stevens students working across the state this summer at a number of SHEP partner Medical and Healthcare organizations, coupled with this new grant, the Stevens charter of innovation and community action continues to be put into practice," Dr. Don Lombardi, Industry Professor and Director of SHEP says. "We are indeed grateful to the state, and the good work by our staff and faculty again attests to the strong and critical presence Stevens has in New Jersey's largest industry group."
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