Trinitas Regional Medical Center
- The Patient Navigator serves as a contact person to those who have been recently diagnosed with cancer and is currently receiving treatment at a local hospital.
- The Patient Navigator is trained on how to guide the person through their cancer journey.
- The Patient Navigator ensures that the person’s needs are met through their initial contact, and provides additional support and information regarding community resources, programs, and services, basic cancer information.
- The Patient Navigator does not address the medical needs of the patient, rather they serve as a resource to guide them to the proper referral source. No medical advice is given to the patient and/or their caregiver.
About Trinitas Regional Medical Center
225 Williamson Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207, US
The purpose of the Volunteer Services Department is to provide qualified, trained volunteer personnel to supplement and extend the activities of the salaried staff in their efforts to provide excellence in health care according to the highest ethical and professional standards.
Volunteers perform specific duties and functions, working together with salaried staff to provide quality services to patients and visitors in a compassionate and caring setting, ever cognizant of the Hospital?s stated Mission, Vision and Values. The program is designed to meet the needs and interests of both the Volunteer and the Hospital.
The Volunteer Services Department also furthers good relations between the Hospital and the community by offering adults and teenagers of the area the opportunity to serve others.
The Volunteer Services Department welcomes volunteers ages 14 and up to help augment our paid staff. Volunteers at Trinitas Hospital find their service to be rewarding and satisfying.