HARP Program and Nursing Involvement

HARP Program and Nursing Involvement

Our nurses not only serve patients at the bedside, but also across the HackensackUMC community. They are an invaluable part of the partnerships we form, collaborating with other healthcare experts, implementing programs, initiating joint ventures and strategizing for future needs.

Three HackensackUMC nurses and a certified health educator bring their expertise to Health Awareness Regional Program (HARP). Through partnerships with local health agencies, community-based organizations and work sites throughout Bergen County and an evolving network of partners, our nurses provide healthcare awareness, screenings and immunization programs to our community.

Some of the latest HARP programs are:

  • Taking Control, Chronic Disease Self-Management and Diabetes Chronic Disease Self-Management

  • Project Healthy Bones for older women and men at risk for, or who have, osteoporosis

  • A Matter of Balance provides a comprehensive approach to maximizing activity engagement, function and reducing falls risk


Click on 'Recognition' below to watch CNO Dianne Aroh speak to what sets HackensackUMC apart from other healthcare organizations.


 Bob Garrett on NJ Today
 125th Anniversary


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