Trinitas Undergoes Name Change

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Trinitas Hospital in Elizabeth, N.J., has changed its name to Trinitas Regional Medical Center to reflect its growth and expanded capabilities.

The new name designates Trinitas as a regional healthcare provider and indicates the broad range of services available at the facility, says Gary S. Horan, FACHE, president and CEO. Trinitas now covers those who live and work in central and northern N.J. and beyond.

Trinitas was established in 2000, following the consolidation of Elizabeth General Medical Center and St. Elizabeth Hospital. The medical center now provides services for more people than in the two previous hospitals combined, says Horan.

The medical center is a teaching hospital with 10 Centers of Excellence and one of the largest employers in central N.J. In addition to its two major Elizabeth campuses, Trinitas has a healthcare presence in nearly 100 locations throughout the state.

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