Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Capital Health Regional Medical Center is a medical center with a long history of serving the region. The hospital includes the Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center of New Jersey, the level II Bristol-Myers Squibb Trauma Center at Capital Health Regional Medical Center, Mercer County's designated Emergency Mental Health Services Center and the country’s first dedicated neurological emergency department, the Center for Neurologic Emergency Medicine. Capital Health Regional Medical Center also provides inpatient and outpatient radiology services, as well as numerous other medical services.
Capital Health completed a $100 million transformation of Regional Medical Center in 2011 which culminated with the opening of its new Regional Perinatal Center, including Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
The Capital Institute for Neurosciences accepts emergency transfers at Capital Health Regional Medical Center for complex emergency cases that require specialized neurologic and neurosurgical care unavailable at other area hospitals.