Central New Jersey Community of Hope Support Group Meeting
The Central New Jersey Community of Hope Support Group will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, August 25th at 10:30 am in New Brunswick, NJ at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Medical Education Building.
The meeting will be held in either MEB 108-A or connecting room 108-B. So, when you come to the meeting, check both rooms through the connecting door for group members, room #108-A.
At this meeting, bone marrow failure disease patients and families will connect with each other, share experiences, and discuss plans for upcoming meetings. They will also talk about what they learned at the recent patient and family conference held in Elizabeth on July 28. Come meet other patients and families in your own town who are going through the same thing as you.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to our Central New Jersey Community of Hope Coordinator, Linda Rothstein at CNJaamdspnhSupportGroup@live.com.
Directions to RWJ University Hospital.
Directions to the Medical Education Building (MEB):
From the hospital parking deck:
-- Take the hospital’s parking deck elevator to the first floor, as you exit, turn right. Walk across the Arline & Henry Schwartzman Courtyard, to the double glass doors; the sign above will read “Medical Education Building”. Pass through the glass doors. There will be a security desk immediately in front of you.
-- For Room MEB #108-A, make an immediate right, proceed down the hallway; #108A is the first door on your left. For other room locations please ask the security desk attendant. The first number of the MEB meeting room indicates the floor number. Take the elevator to the appropriate floor and follow ceiling signs to correct room number.
Please contact AA&MDSIF Community Development Manager Martha Crews at email@example.com or (301) 279-7202 x103 if you would like more information.
- RWJ University Hospital, Room MEB #108-A or 108-B
- 1 Robert Wood Johnson Pl.
- New Brunswick ,
- New Jersey
- United States
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