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Award-Winning Healthcare

Residents of northern New Jersey are fortunate to have many healthcare choices due to the proximity to New York City and a number of other regional healthcare systems.

The choice comes down to where you or your family member will get the very best overall care.

That is why the region has relied on Valley since 1951. Its award-winning care rivals larger metropolitan healthcare systems. With physicians, nurses, and technicians who are at the top of their fields, patients and families can rest assured that they are receiving the best possible care at the highest standards.

The new Valley campus in Paramus will build upon existing Valley programs with the cutting-edge facilities necessary to deliver and expand upon Valley’s reputation for excellence.

Cardiac Care — Valley’s Affiliation with Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic, the country’s top heart hospital (U.S. News & World Report 2020-21), chose Valley when they were looking for a single partner in cardiac care in the New York metropolitan area.

Valley met high standards that mirrored the Cleveland Clinic’s excellent outcomes, and Valley today engages in quality management, benchmarking efforts, and case review, assuring continuous improvement and the highest quality cardiac care.

Specialty programs include general and interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, electrophysiology (with Valley’s renowned Snyder Center for Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation), and programs in structural heart disease, including Valley’s valve center, advanced cardiac imaging, heart failure and aneurysm surveillance program. Cardiac research at Valley is focused on large-scale clinical trials to test new technologies and treatments for cardiac care, and investigator-initiated research focusing on quality and outcomes.

Valley-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care

Valley’s goal in cancer care is to offer the highest quality care, from prevention, screening, early detection, diagnosis and treatment through survivorship and/or end of life — with empathy and reliability.

An academic partnership with Mount Sinai Health System helps to expand Valley’s existing strengths and supports delivery of evidence based treatment for cancer, access to clinical trials and Mount Sinai specialists, collaborative case review, and the highest standards of care. Mount Sinai specialists see patients at Valley’s Luckow Pavilion in Paramus. Valley’s specializations include breast cancer, lung cancer, urologic oncology, gastrointestinal cancers (including esophageal, gastric, hepatobiliary, neuroendocrine, pancreatic and colorectal cancers) gynecologic oncology,hematologic oncology, brain tumors, skin cancer, and head and neck cancer. In addition, Valley engages in novel research to test new paradigms and drug therapies.

But cancer treatment goes beyond clinical care. At Valley, the priority is to treat the whole patient and provide access to support services (including financial advocates), integrative and complementary therapies, palliative and home care, and treatment for co-morbid conditions — all in a caring and personalized environment.Dedicated nurse navigators help to coordinate care and guide patients and families through the complexities of treatment.