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At Valley, we address your physical and emotional health during cancer treatment through specialized, evidence-based treatment for your cancer.
The Valley Hospital’s Cancer Genetics Program provides individualized family history analysis, risk evaluation, testing and counseling to help individuals determine their risk for developing cancer.
Valley offers cancer support groups and integrative therapies that can help reduce fatigue, anxiety, stress and pain perception, enhance relaxation, and create a sense of well-being. Learn more about our support groups, yoga and T'ai Chi Chih classes, and visualization/guided imagery sessions.
Valley offers a variety of cancer support services to help you and your family make coping with cancer more manageable.
A capsule endoscopy uses a pill-sized video capsule endoscope that is swallowed to examine the lining of the middle part of your gastrointestinal tract. Learn how this procedure is performed by physicians at Valley.
Cardiac CT (computed tomography) uses digital technology to create 3D pictures of the heart and blood vessels. Learn how cardiac CT is used at Valley.
Valley’s electrophysiology services are provided by the region’s leading team of doctors specialized in treating arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation (AFib) and other heart rhythm abnormalities.
Valley’s cardiac MRI program is one of only a few centers in the region using magnetic resonance imaging to provide precise information about the structure and function of the heart. Learn more about cardiac MRI at Valley.
Valley’s cardiac nuclear imaging services include the use of SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) scans and PET/CT (positron emission tomography) imaging.
Valley offers cardiac rehabilitation to help improve the health of your heart and your cardiac fitness through exercise, education and lifestyle modification.
Our specialists use a team approach to cardiac surgery. Valley’s heart surgeons, interventional and structural heart specialists work together to determine the best approach for your individual needs.
The Cardio-Oncology Program at Valley brings together cardiologists and oncologists to provide specialized care that protects your heart during cancer treatment.
Valley cardiologists provide the full range of cardiovascular services to help you live a healthier life. They refer you to other heart specialists as needed and manage your overall heart health.
The Valley Hospital's Center for Childbirth offers a family-centered approach to childbirth, with a team that's focused on meeting your individual needs and wishes for a truly personalized experience. Our center features all-private rooms, high-level NICU services, supportive nurses and doulas, breastfeeding services and more.
At Valley’s Center for Digestive Health, board-certified gastroenterologists and colorectal surgeons collaborate to care for adults and children with all diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver and pancreas.
The Center for Family Education offers classes to prepare you for life as a family, from prenatal care to life with a newborn. Learn about our class offerings, yoga classes, virtual tours of The Center for Childbirth, our parent education app, and more.
Valley's Center for Health and Wellness in Mahwah is home to the LifeStyles fitness center, Valley's Sports Institute, community health programs and a host of other wellness services.
Valley’s sleep medicine, electrophysiology and heart care specialists provide effective central sleep apnea (CSA) treatment using the remede System. Learn more about this innovative technology for central sleep apnea.
Valley’s clinicians are skilled at addressing chemotherapy side effects and at combining your chemotherapy with other cancer treatments, including immunotherapy, surgery and/or radiation therapy.
Valley looks after the next generation with child-specific programs and a team of specialists who will champion your child’s wellness every day. Learn about our specialty programs in child development, critical care, emergency medicine, sleep medicine, weight management and more.
The Valley Hospital’s Clinical Decision Unit is an observation unit for patients who require further testing or monitoring before they can be admitted to the hospital or discharged.
Tomorrow’s advances in medicine come from today’s research. Learn how Valley's researchers are exploring innovative approaches to care, new medical therapies and treatment breakthroughs. Plus, search our directory of current clinical trials at Valley.
Gastroenterologists at Valley perform colonoscopies in a state-of-the-art endoscopy suite using the latest technology. Learn what to expect before, during and after this test.
Through a wide variety of community health education, prevention, screening and wellness programs, Valley Health System enhances the health and lives of everyone we serve.
The Valley Hospital Sports Institute offers the ImPACT testing program at the LifeStyles Fitness Center for young athletes diagnosed with a concussion.
Heart specialists at Valley use minimally invasive procedures to repair congenital heart defects, including PFO closure, ASD closure and VSD closure.
Valley's Outpatient Transitional Care Program for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) helps patients effectively manage their COPD, improve their overall quality of life, and prevent avoidable hospital admissions.
You may wish to collect your new baby’s cord blood stem cells for potential use in the future. If you are considering cord blood banking, discuss your options with your physician at Valley.
Cardiac surgeons at Valley offer alternatives to the traditional coronary artery bypass, including beating heart surgery, that provide significant patient benefit.
Patient information and resources for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), including symptoms; ways to protect yourself; and COVID-19 testing services at Valley.
Individuals who are interested in having COVID-19 testing for the presence of antibodies can now be tested through Valley Medical Group.
Valley, in partnership with the Mount Sinai Health System, is asking recovered COVID-19 patients to be serum donors. Learn if you qualify to have your blood tested for COVID-19 antibodies and request to have your blood screened.
Learn how you can get tested at Valley Medical Group for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Critical care is a specialized type of care for patients with conditions that are life-threatening or complicated and require constant, intensive monitoring. Valley’s critical care units include Intensive Care Units for adults, children and newborns, a Coronary Care Unit, a Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit, a Neuro Intensive Care Unit, and an Intermediate Care Unit.
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