Saint Peter’s University Hospital is widely recognized for its women’s and children’s
healthcare services. But women, infants and children are not the only ones who
benefit from the expertise and technologies of this renowned regional healthcare
system. For more than a century, Saint Peter’s University Hospital has been serving
the healthcare needs of central New Jersey. From its simple beginnings in 1907,
Saint Peter’s has grown to become a technologically advanced, 478‑bed teaching
hospital that provides many healthcare services to the community. Saint Peter’s
University Hospital, a member of the Saint Peter’s Healthcare System, is a non‑profit,
acute care hospital sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen.
Approximately 6,000 babies are delivered at Saint Peter’s each year, making it one
of the busiest and most experienced maternity programs in New Jersey.
As a state‑designated acute care children’s hospital, The Children’s Hospital at Saint
Peter’s University Hospital offers a full range of pediatric healthcare services for
newborns and children through young adulthood. The Children’s Hospital at Saint
Peter’s operates one of the largest, most advanced neonatal intensive care units in
the country as a state‑designated Regional Perinatal Center. Our Regional Perinatal
Center is renowned throughout the state for the exceptional level of high‑risk
maternity and neonatal care we provide.
Generations of families have been cared for by Saint Peter’s University Hospital,
so if you’re starting a family, choose Saint Peter’s and its more than 100 years of
compassionate care to be a special part of your family history.
Make our history part of your family history