Alaris Health at Hamilton Park

Founded on a tradition of health care excellence, Alaris Health at Hamilton Park brings a unique combination of the highest quality of health care services and technological innovation. Our experienced, dedicated and compassionate facility staff ensures that the needs of each and every resident are satisfied, with each resident treated as a member of the Alaris family.

Our well-appointed facility, located in Jersey City, New Jersey, offers a warm, supportive and uplifting environment for post-hospitalization short-term rehabilitation patients and long-term residents alike.


Our Services Alaris Health at Hamilton Park is truly a place for healing, hope and renewal, as reflected by our broad range of services and programs.

Short-Term Post Hospital Rehabilitation

Long Term Care

Complex Clinical Care


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We cordially invite you to learn more about Alaris Health at Hamilton Park, our exceptional capabilities, valuable services and unique environment for care. Simply call 201-653-8800 to speak with a representative and schedule a private tour at your convenience.

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Alaris Health at Hamilton Park is an independently owned and operated entity that is licensed to use the Alaris Health name as well as to receive non-health care related services. All health care related services provided by Alaris Health at Hamilton Park are provided solely by Alaris Health at Hamilton Park.


525 Monmouth St.
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Phone: (201) 653-8800
Fax: (201) 239-8502
Yosef Wulliger, Administrator

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Posted By: Anna Rose, November 29, 2017

I cannot say enough wonderful things about Alaris Health at Hamilton Park!!
My father was transferred here from an acute rehab facility and they have been so responsive! He gets therapy pretty much every day and they seem to genuinely care about him and his progress. They communicate with each other to make sure they are all on the same page and have been creative in finding ways to help him achieve his goals and functional activities. Above all, they are hard working and knowledgeable!

The nurses are quick to respond to his (and my) needs/requests and are so personable and friendly. The nutritionist worked so hard to find the right diet and food choices to help him with his dietary preferences and regularly checked in to ensure he was happy. The psychologist was wonderful, along with the speech therapist, the director… Overall such a great team. They work and communicate constantly with each other, reach out to the doctors whenever there is an issue and have been going above and beyond to make sure my dad and we, the family, are happy.
I have been truly impressed with how well and tightly they run their ship!
The facility has a lot to offer the patients/residents beyond the standard of care. There are activities and entertainment as well. :)

I would highly recommend this facility to anyone needing care for themselves or their loved ones. They go out of their way to make sure you are getting all you need and more! Thank you, Chet, Maria, Sarah, Matt, Andrew, Laurence, and the therapists, staff and nurses I haven’t met… to everyone who has been helping my dad on his road to recovery!!
Super pleased...

Posted By: Dawn De Lorenzo, April 17, 2016

My name is Dawn and my mother is a resident at Alaris Health at Hamilton Park in Jersey City, her name is Theresa De Lorenzo. I try to get to see my mom every single weekend sometimes both sat and sun. My mom has been a resident there since Nov 2015. I work for the Health dept for Hoboken, and as such i deal with the public daily and it is my contention that most ppl who are happy when leaving my office never feel the need to compliment our excellent service it is only the people who do not get what that want who complain. Having said that it is with this letter that i wish to compliment your staff. There has not been one day ever where i have ever seen ANY worker; nurse, nurses asst, nurses aid, maintenance etc. treat any resident there with anything other than kindness and love and respect. It is SOOOO moving to me to see this as i know there are patients who need 24/7 care including but not limited to feeding, diaper changes, sheets changed and everytime the people performing services are so kind its is humbling to me. Even the woman who spins the balls at bingo; with her own money buys little gifts to give as prizes. One of the nurses actually cooked home made food to give to the residents. I have been through a lot in my life and i have seen the worst of suffering and the best of human spirit but i must say i was even moved by the kindness and care given by every worker at Alaris Health at Hamilton Park i've encountered especially the nurses and the aides. It is humbling to say the least but inspiring at the same time. Also, i would like to give a compliment to Kelly as well; she helped me get my mom in the center and answered everyone of my annoying questions until the process was complete. Even after my mom was officially a resident when something needed to be addressed to make my mother's stay more comfortable kelly immediately made a phone call and got the job done. Beyond her excellent organizational skills, it is her very nice way; her politeness and her patience and her willingness to make the residents well being important therefore the family at ease. I cannot reiternate enough how much i enjoy going to the Nursing Home to see my mom, to see the other residents i have made frients with and the staff as well. It has made the transition so much easier than i could have imagined. it has been an adjustment for my mom and was a painful decision for me to put her there but i feel she is getting better care than i could have hoped for; when she was living alone she was just losing herself, at Alaris Health at Hamilton Park i feel she will have a longer life and a happier and healthier one. One last thing, i have volunteered in homeless shelters, i've delt with immediately family members suffering from cancer, but to see so many really really debilitated people is very very sad to me. I don't think people really know how people in nursing homes are so ridden with disabilities and as god as my withness your staff has shown me the true spirit of love; to give of one's self without condition.

Kind Regards,
Dawn De Lorenzo

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