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Spotlight on Health

Serving residents of central New Jersey for more than 50 years, JFK University Medical Center offers a complete array of advanced services in its 498-bed facility located in Edison, N.J. With more than 1,000 affiliated physicians, this academic medical center offers a complete spectrum of advanced services including general and specialized surgery, cardiac care, maternity and pediatrics, oncology, imaging, breast center, sleep center, wound care, robotic surgery, emergency medicine, weight loss surgery, radiology, long-term care and assisted living. It is home to the world-renowned Neuroscience Institute which diagnoses and treats brain, spine, and nervous system disorders. To learn more, visit JFKMC.org.

  • Mina Patel, RN, JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute

    • Mina lives in Edison, New Jersey and has been working in the nursing field since 2008.
    • She works in the Acute Rehabilitation wing in at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute and received degrees in India.
    • Her hobbies include cooking and listening to music.
    • Mina’s aunt inspired her to become a nurse because she was so supportive.
  • Chloe Lerner, RN, Critical Care Unit

    • Chloe lives in Sayreville and has been a nurse since March 2020.
    • She received her associates at Brookdale Community College and her bachelors at Chamberlain University.
    • Chloe’s hobby‘s include eating and going to the gym.
    • Her grandmother was a nurse, her mom has her doctorate in psychology, and her grandfather was a surgeon. She chose nursing because she wanted a job where she could be of service and give back and that’s exactly what she got.
  • Kaitlyn Blair, RN, Emergency Department

    • Kaitlyn lives in North Brunswick and works in the Emergency Department.
    • She has been a nurse for almost three years and attended nursing school at Mercer County Community College.
    • She was very sick as a child and constantly hospitalized, yet always remembered her nurses that helped her along the way which inspired her to be a nurse.
  • Grace Adedoyin, DNP, MSN-NE, CHM, RN-BC NE-BC, Nurse Manager, Bariatric Inpatient Unit

    • Grace lives in South Plainfield and has been in nursing for 26 years.
    • Her degrees: Associate: Raritan Valley / Bachelors: Ogun State University, Nigeria / MSN: Aspen University / DNP: Aspen University.
    • She is currently the Nurse Manager in the Bariatric In-patient Unit.
    • Grace likes to read and travel.
    • She had a near death experience while working at a menial job in Newark 28 years ago, the experience made her seek other avenues and an aunt inspired her to be a nurse. Her aunt was an LPN at that time.