With more than 800 physicians, Capital Health has one of the largest, most comprehensive medical staffs in the area. Our physicians are board certified and trained in many different specialties. The physician who admits you is responsible for directing your care while you are in the hospital. Your physician, as the coordinator for your treatment program, should be consulted if you have questions about your illness.
Our Magnet nurses
Capital Health nurses are among the best in the nation. Our nurses have received the prestigious honor of Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Practice four consecutive times by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, most recently in 2017.
When you come to a hospital with Magnet designation, you can count on excellence in nursing service for exemplary nursing leadership and a high quality of patient care. Capital Health nurses are advocates for our patients, families and loved ones.
A registered professional nurse leads a team of clinical nursing staff to deliver excellent personalized care. The nursing team consists of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, counselors, and patient care assistants. Additionally, advanced practice nurses and other specialists are available to meet your specialized needs.
Our patient advocates, part of our Patient Experience Department, are here to accommodate the needs of patients and their guests. Should you have a question or concern during your stay, please call 609-394-6336 (Capital Health Regional Medical Center) or 609-303-4280 (Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell).
As members of the health care team, our Center for Pastoral Care offers spiritual support to patients. They are concerned with the spiritual and emotional well-being of all patients and their families. The chaplains are available to work with patients, their families, and the representatives of their faith communities. If a patient has no religious affiliation, the Pastoral Care Department offers support and caring. If a patient has a religious affiliation, the department can notify the patient’s clergy and congregation. A priest, assigned by the Catholic Diocese of Trenton, provides a sacramental ministry to our Roman Catholic patients. Contact Pastoral Care at 609-278-6922 (Regional Medical Center) or 609-303-4641 (Hopewell).
Additional members of your health care team
During your stay you may be visited by many other health care professionals including personnel from the laboratory, radiology, pharmacy, and respiratory departments, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, dietitians, case managers, and patient educators. In addition, the Capital Health family includes many behind-the-scenes workers, such as accountants, engineers, secretaries, food service workers, escort, housekeeping, maintenance, and others who contribute greatly toward your well being while you are here.