Bergen Regional Medical Center

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Bergen Regional Medical Center
Location Paramus, NJ, United States
Hospital type Community
Lists Hospitals in the United States

Bergen Regional Medical Center is an acute and long term care hospital located in Paramus, New Jersey, USA. The hospital is known for its whistleblower lawsuit filed by nurse Mary Doyle for abuse allegations. Many patients report having been bruised as well as being "flung around by staff members." The hospital campus also consists of a nursing home and a mental health facility and was known for many years as Bergen Pines County Hospital. [1]

Bergen Regional Medical Center is the largest hospital in the state of New Jersey, sitting on 68 acres of land in Paramus and consisting of over 1,000 beds. It also has a reputation as being a hospital with a large amount of charity care patients.


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Coordinates: 40°57′23″N 74°03′45″W / 40.956442°N 74.062477°W / 40.956442; -74.062477