CompleteCare Health Network began in 1973 as the Community Improvement Program, a health initiative aimed at helping the underserved population in rural South Jersey. This small operation has grown over the past several decades to become the second largest Federally Qualified Health Center in all of New Jersey. In the past 15 years alone, our network has grown from two locations to twenty and serves nearly 60,000 patients annually. CompleteCare’s locations are accredited by the Joint Commission and certified as a Patient Centered Medical Homes, and all of our providers are covered under FTCA malpractice coverage and are eligible for the NHSC and NJ loan repayment programs.
By continuing to work towards our goal of accessible health care for all, CompleteCare aims to address the health needs of the communities we serve and reduce health disparities. We offer an array of health services including family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, OB/GYN, behavioral health services, podiatry, nephrology, infectious disease, optometry, ophthalmology, hepatology, dermatology, and dental care. To better serve our patients, we also provide community outreach programs, financial counseling, health education and care management. Low-cost 340B pharmacy services are available to all patients and fully integrated EHR technology enables our providers to access patient information throughout the CompleteCare system and beyond.
At CompleteCare, we have always dreamed big. Our vision is to maintain our position as the leading community health center in the state and become a model for all other healthcare organizations to follow.
Take a walk back in time and visit a history-laden city with homes, taverns and churches that were in existence over 300 years ago and still in use today. The aura of antiquity surrounds you as you take in the charm of a truly historic town. Bridgeton includes USA's largest historic district, with over 2,200 homes and buildings on the National Historic Register of Places. As a year-round destination, Historic Bridgeton offers a variety of attractions to satisfy its visitors. One of the region's top attractions, the Cohanzick Zoo, is open all year round. USA's first zoo was established in 1934 and continues to be a delight to people of all ages. Two museums which are open throughout the year include the George Woodruff Indian Museum and the Hall of Fame All Sports Museum. The Indian exhibit contains over 20,000 artifacts related to the Lenni Lenape tribe that inhibited this region. the All Sports Museum is dedicated to athletes from all sports of the region and also contains memorabilia from famous athletes including a Golden Glove from Willie Mays.
For residents and visitors alike, the 1,100 acre Bridgeton City Park is its own destination; featuring everything from walking trails and picnic areas to playing fields, basketball courts, and a new 7,500 square foot Splash Park next to the Cohanzick Zoo, one of Cumberland County's most visited attractions. Proud of this treasure along the Cohansey River, the park contains an outdoor amphitheater at Sunset Lake with a swimming beach, a network of guided nature trails, walking and wooded trails at Piney Point Woods, Mary Elmer Lake, playground areas, tennis courts, and the Southern New Jersey All Sports Museum and Hall of Fame. Whether it's competitive sports, strapping on headphones to jog or walk our wooded trails, or simply enjoying some fresh air and sunshine with family after a busy week; there's something for everyone at Bridgeton City Park. For gatherings, cookouts, small events or family get-togethers, City Park features several outdoor picnic areas. Beyond these venues, City Park plays host to various organized sports including Babe Ruth Baseball, Little League Baseball, a variety of Softball teams and leagues, Midget League Football, Adult Soccer Leagues, and girls' softball and basketball leagues.
Bridgeton is located in Cumberland County. Twice named as one of the best places to live in New Jersey by Money Magazine, Cumberland County offers an excellent natural environment, an affordable lifestyle, low cost of home ownership, and excellent recreation opportunities. Our 500-square mile enclave encompasses top entertainment venues and cultural districts. More than 42 miles of Bayfront coastline and 50,000 acres of public parks and protected open space. There’s fun for the whole family here, only an hour from Philadelphia, Cape May, or Atlantic City. Whether you’re antiquing in the quaint village of Mauricetown, scoring a boutique find in one of our downtown shops, or strolling the Cumberland Mall and big chain stores, we’ve got it all. Art lovers can invest in original works by more than 150 artisans in Millville’s Glasstown Arts District. Fun adventures with photographic opportunities abound. Grab a basket at a U-pick strawberry or blueberry farm. Take in the fall splendor with a Maurice River cruise, or sail on an authentically restored 1928 Delaware Bay Oyster Schooner. Enjoy a panoramic view from the East Point Lighthouse, the last remaining lighthouse on the New Jersey shore of the Delaware Bay. Savor our diverse culinary scene. Choose from a wide selection of casual pubs to more upscale eateries. Tempt your taste buds with local catch, friendly diners, vegan fare, popular, family friendly chains and romantic waterfront restaurants – we’ve got them all. Be sure to take home some of the Garden State’s freshest produce at one of our many roadside stands. Speed along the track in a kart or capture the flag in a paintball game at Millville’s New Jersey Motorsports Park after experiencing the thrills of a major racing event. Ride a horse, go sailing on Union Lake or kayak or canoe on our scenic Delaware Bay. We’ve got plenty of hunting, boating and fishing, too.