Since receiving treatment, she has gone on to finish high school and attend college where she has plans to become a psychologist.Read More Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset's nationally recognized Eating Disorders Program offers a multidisciplinary team approach to address the biological, psychiatric, psychological and social issues related to the disease.The recovery process, therefore, involves much more than treatment for the physical illness.These disabling and often long-term illnesses typically result in depression, shame and isolation.
Eating Disorders: Breaking the Cycle Lauren Moss was a patient of the Eating Disorders Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset.
A public memorial service was held at Gordon College on May 14, 2011, and Digital_Man/Digital_World, a PBS documentary about Ken Olsen, is available. Win gave a short talk about Ken's leadership, values, and management principles at the opening of the Ken Olsen Science Center at Gordon College in Sept. Todd was a Mechanical Tech in CXO in the 80s, where he met his wife Doreen. Thanks to those of you who sent notes to Bob during his hospice time, they were really appreciated.
Friends and former colleagues are encouraged to leave a memory about Olsen on "Win" Hindle, Jr., 84, of Concord MA, our beloved Digital COO and DEC Connection Member. Memorial donations may be made to the West Concord Union Church, 1317 Main Street, Concord, MA 01742 or Emerson Hospital, 133 ORNAC, Concord, MA. Bob and his incredible dedication to DEC Connection will be sorely missed.
RWJ University Hospital Somerset 110 Rehill Avenue Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 685-2200 (main number) (888) MD-RWJUH (toll-free physician referral line) Google Maps Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset's main campus includes two parking decks.
Please use the Post Avenue Parking Deck to access the Emergency Department and Diabetes Center, the North Lot for Somerset Family Practice, and the Rehill Avenue Parking Deck for all other areas.