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Supported by The Valerie Fund, a non-profit volunteer organization, Atlantic Health System Children's Health provides personalized, comprehensive medical care to children and adolescents with cancer and blood disorders.

Doctor examines pediatric cancer patient

At our Valerie Fund Children’s Center, we have a team of skilled professionals, including:

  • Board-certified pediatric hematologists and oncologists
  • Pediatric surgeons, including neurosurgeons with expertise in childhood cancer
  • Pediatric radiologists
  • Pediatric radiation oncologists
  • Pathologists
  • Advanced practice nurses
  • Chemotherapy nurses
  • Social workers
  • Child life specialists
  • Clinical research associates
  • Dietitian
  • Pediatric critical care physicians
  • Mind body specialists

In addition, our Valerie Fund Children’s Center is part of a pediatric brain and spine tumor program that features a multidisciplinary team of pediatric oncologists, neurosurgeons, psychologists, neurologists, neuroradiologists, ophthalmologists, social workers and physical therapists.

"The nurses, doctors, social workers, child life specialists and staff went out of their way time and time again to ensure our comfort and peace of mind. …the team at Goryeb Children's Hospital's Valerie Fund Center carried us through the most difficult time of our lives and gave our daughter a chance at a long, healthy future. We will be forever grateful."

Mairead Chern , mother of patient at Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Goryeb Children's Hospital at Morristown Medical Center

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Growing Forward | Goryeb Children’s Hospital

Goryeb Children’s Hospital provides expert pediatric care and access to state-of-the-art treatments, but we’ve outgrown the space needed to meet the demands of our youngest patients. Recent renovations doubled the size of our Joan and Edward Foley Pediatric Intensive Care Unit from nine beds to 15 and expanded our Vanech Family Pediatric Inpatient Unit and Ryan Pediatric Inpatient South Unit from 26 beds to 34. Additionally, outpatient services were relocated to 55 Madison Avenue, where families have easy access to care and free parking. The final phase of construction will increase the capacity of our Valerie Fund Children’s Center. It includes a combination of eight open and private infusion bays, four new exam rooms, a spacious procedure room and a family-friendly waiting area. The hospital has undertaken these projects in multiple phases of construction and even though some are complete or near completion, the fundraising continues.