Kennedy Stratford Rededication
Thursday, June 03, 2010
Stratford RededicationStratford, NJ – Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford, NJ, was rededicated at a special ceremony on June 2nd. The 183-bed acute care hospital, which originally opened in June 1965 as John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, recently underwent a $24-million façade project, giving it an entirely updated look. In addition to the rededication ceremony, a plaque was unveiled in the hospital’s lobby, honoring past and present long-term Kennedy board members.

Shown here at the event are, from left: Stratford Mayor John Gentless, New Jersey State Senator Donald W. Norcross, Kennedy University Hospital Board Chairman Albert E. Smith, Kennedy President & CEO Martin A. Bieber, and former President & CEO Richard E. Murray. Kennedy – Stratford is one of three Kennedy hospitals; the other two are located in Cherry Hill and Washington Township, NJ. Kennedy is the Principal hospital of the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine and is also a member of the Penn Cancer Network.