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Inviting You to Write
The Next Chapter of
The Valley Hospital.

When you or someone you love is sick or in need of healthcare, you are at your most vulnerable. Being able to trust your healthcare providers and know that you are in the best of hands can provide reassurance and comfort during an often-difficult time. That is why our region is so fortunate to have Valley Health System (Valley), a not-for-profit organization comprised of The Valley Hospital, Valley Medical Group, Valley Home Care, and The Valley Hospital Foundation.

As one of the busiest hospitals in New Jersey, The Valley Hospital combines unparalleled clinical expertise with a patient experience that is second to none. Valley’s clinical care rivals that of larger academic and urban medical centers, and, as anyone who has been a patient at Valley will tell you, it is also known for an extraordinary level of compassion and personal attention often missing in today’s competitive healthcare landscape.

To preserve and expand its impact in the region, and to ensure that it can continue to meet the needs of future generations, valley is building a new campus in Paramus.

Valley invites
you to participate.

The new 40-acre campus will provide first-class physical facilities worthy of this first-class institution and create a health and wellness destination for the entire region. The campus will house a new 372-bed acute-care hospital, medical offices, and the Robert and Audrey Luckow Pavilion (Valley’s comprehensive cancer and same-day surgery center) in a park-like setting. Not only will Valley’s presence in Paramus provide exceptional healthcare to the community, but it will also serve as a driver of economic growth for Bergen County and the entire region.

With the opening of the new hospital scheduled to be completed by the end of 2023, Valley is now turning to members of the community to join in supporting the development of this extraordinary community asset — and to invest in the future of healthcare in the region. The $800 million project will be funded through a combination of bond financing, hospital equity, and philanthropic contributions through a $125 million comprehensive campaign, Serve. Care. Transform. The Next Chapter of The Valley Hospital.