Wait times represent the average estimated length of time from registration to being assigned a "first provider" (a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant). Times displayed for Atlantic Health Systems are:

  • Reported as an average of wait times for the previous 2 hours of patients that have presented to the emergency department and have been seen by a provider
  • Refreshed at least every 15 minutes

Many circumstances can affect wait times - for example, patients arriving by ambulance or with life-threatening injuries or illnesses. Patients with severe conditions will be seen before those with less-serious problems or ailments. These times are provided for informational purposes only and cannot be guaranteed upon arrival.

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Surgical Treatments for Urinary Incontinence

At Atlantic Health System’s Division of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, we provide surgical treatments options, including:

Burch retropubic urethropexy - Procedure done through an abdominal incision or through a laparoscope to resupport the bladder base by placing sutures in the
vagina to attach it to a ligament on the pubic bone.

Suburethral sling - Placing a "strap" of material under the urethra to support it and prevent stress incontinence. The sling material can be synthetic or natural. The natural material can be taken from your own body or from cadavers.

Periurethral injections - Injection of material next to the opening of the bladder in an effort to prevent stress incontinence; this procedure is performed in the office.

Tension-free vaginal tape-type-sling - A special type of suburethral sling that requires a less invasive procedure; this allows it to be performed under local anesthesia on an outpatient basis.

Suprapubic catheter - A catheter placed into the bladder through the abdomen - it is used to drain the bladder after surgery.

Neuromodulation - This is a new approach in the treatment of the overactive bladder, urinary retention and urinary frequency. Electrodes are surgically inserted into the nerves that control the bladder.   

Some of our specialty, diagnostic, surgical and non-surgical treatments are provided through Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center. Physician services are provided through Atlantic Medical Group >