Wednesday Jul 9
New Jersey Jewish News
JWF awards aim to improve lives of women, girls
The Jewish Women's Foundation of New Jersey recently awarded three grants in New Jersey and one in Israel for 2014.
Hospital Pharmacist Charged in Theft of Nearly 200,000 Pills
The former Pharmacy Director at Beth Israel Medical Center was arrested on Tuesday and charged in the largest-ever theft of pills by a hospital worker prosecuted in New York City.
Wanted: Suspect In Burglary Of Midwood Medical Office
Authorities are on the hunt for the man photographed above, who is a suspect in two commercial burglaries including the ransacking of an office within the Beth Israel Medical Center at 3131 Kings Highway.
Children's author Walter Dean Myers dies
The celebrated writer of children's books and young adult fiction passed away after a brief illness on Tuesday at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.
Dr. Manny: Supreme Court can save medical education with labor relations rulings
I'm happy about the Supreme Court's ruling this week, which smacks down President Obama's decision to appoint three people to the National Labor Relations Board while members of the Senate were on break in 2012.
State chooses consultant to analyze Newark health services
Navigant Consulting Inc. was chosen by a state agency Thursday to analyze health care services in the greater Newark area - a study whose scope includes recommending possible consolidation or regionalization of services now provided by the area's five hospitals and four other publicly-funded health facilities.