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Emergency Medical Associates Now Provides Emergency Department Management Services at Busiest ER in New Jersey

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Contract at Community Medical Center Largest in Company’s 35-Year History

 

Emergency Medical Associates was selected by Community Medical Center, Toms River, N.J., a member of Barnabas Health, to provide emergency care services. It is the busiest emergency department in New Jersey, treating more than 96,000 patients each year.

“Emergency Medical Associates is proud to partner with Community Medical Center and continue its reputation for delivering high-quality care,” said Raymond Iannaccone, MD, FACEP, president and chief executive officer of Emergency Medical Associates. “We’re looking forward to collaborating with the medical staff to meet the varied healthcare needs of this portion of Ocean County and beyond.”

Vikram Varma, MD, MBA, FACEP, has been named chair of the emergency department at Community Medical Center.

“Community Medical Center is a vibrant, thriving facility that provides top-notch care to an ever-growing senior community, younger seasonal visitors and families, and everyone in between,” said Dr. Varma.

Community Medical Center is a 592-bed, fully accredited acute care hospital. Opened in 1961, it is New Jersey’s largest non-teaching hospital and Ocean County’s largest and most active healthcare facility.

Emergency Medical Associates staffs several other Barnabas Health hospitals: Clara Maass Medical Center, Kimball Medical Center, Monmouth Medical Center and Saint Barnabas Medical Center.

Emergency Medical Associates began staffing the emergency department May 1.

About Emergency Medical Associates
Emergency Medical Associates (EMA) is a medical practice that specializes in emergency, hospitalist and urgent care medicine. Dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital partners, EMA is recognized for clinical excellence, quality service and sustained improved patient satisfaction. For more information, visit http://www.ema.net, http://www.facebook.com/EMANews or www.twitter.com/EMANews.

 

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