New Jersey’s first hospital for injured players, players’ families to open in Lockport

NEW JERSEY — New Jersey Hospital for Players and Families is opening its doors to injured players and their families, according to a press release.

Patients will have access to specialist care and other services including orthopedic and neurological treatments.

They can also get their first in-person appointments and receive the best in medical care at a local medical facility, according the release.

New Jersey Hospital and Clinics is opening to the public, with a full-service facility on the ground floor.

The facility, which has a large, multipurpose, multi-purpose facility, will be the first of its kind in New Jersey.

It will have a capacity of 150 patients per day, including orthopaedic specialists, a neurologist, and other medical and physical care.

The new facility will be a model of care for injured athletes who are unable to travel to an affiliated medical facility or to other states.

New York-based Hospice NY and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be assisting New Jersey hospitals in the development of their care, including on-site observation of patients.

New players and families are invited to visit the new facility and to visit Hospice for any questions, the release said.

Hospice NY’s mission is to provide compassionate care to patients and families, and to provide a safe and welcoming environment where patients can receive care.