The hospital ran its own nursing school, published a medical journal, and became one of a small number of community hospitals authorized to run medical residency programs. In the 1980s, the hospital redefined its mission to that of a "regional medical center" known for cardiovascular surgery, kidney transplants, and neonatal intensive care.
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Folk, Holly, "Covenant of Care: Newark Beth Israel and the Jewish Hospital in America – Book Review" (2008). Liberal Studies. 3.