Greater Than the Sum
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) has assembled an all-star roster of academic units devoted to medicine, dentistry, advanced health-related sciences, pharmacy, public health, nursing, and the entire gamut of allied health careers.
Together in Our Mission
RBHS unites eight schools and an array of centers and institutes dedicated to the pursuit of biomedical, clinical, and translational research across the breadth of scientific inquiry.
As the top academic health care provider in New Jersey, Rutgers Health is uniquely equipped to meet all the health care needs of today while also leading us into tomorrow.
Our schools, centers and institutes partner with community organizations to improve health equity and engage underserved populations in research, training, and care.
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Leading the Way
Manifesting the Vision
Chancellor Strom manifests the vision and direction essential to advancing RBHS's critical mission to provide exceptional health care, education and training, and research and discovery. In his health affairs role, he also serves as a key advisor and esteemed practitioner responsible for the health and wellbeing of the Rutgers community.
Under Chancellor Strom's guidance, RBHS has established a new model for health care and community service, and has grown to become one of the most respected academic health centers in the nation by providing opportunities, driving innovation, and improving lives.
History in the Making
In July 2013, Rutgers integrated with most of the units of the former University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, thereby establishing RBHS and positioning Rutgers as one of the country’s largest academic institutions to provide health sciences education, research, and clinical service and care.
This transformative growth continues, including the 2018 clinical affiliation between Rutgers and RWJBarnabas Health, through which we are building a world-class academic health system dedicated to life-changing research, clinical training of tomorrow’s workforce, and quality health care for all.