Henry J. Austin Health Center fulfills its mission of providing high quality, integrated and affordable health care services to diverse residents of Mercer County in a culturally sensitive manner. HJAHC serves underserved, underinsured and uninsured residents from four locations in Trenton.
Nestled in the midst of Einstein's Alley (biotech startups), pharmaceutical and financial service companies, along with academic institutions such as Princeton University and high performing schools, Mercer County is well connected to New York City/ Philadelphia and is deemed a great place to live and raise a family. As the capital city, Trenton serves as a vibrant urban center steeped in history and culture.
With deep roots in the community, HJAHC is renowned as the largest non-hospital based ambulatory care provider and neighborhood health center.
Trenton is the capital of New Jersey arts and culture, and the epicenter of New Jersey government and politics. With affordable sports and entertainment venues, historic sites, and great restaurants, Trenton has something for everyone. Whether it’s business meetings, conferences, festivals, art and theater events, or simply a nice dinner out, Trenton is the most accessible New Jersey City. Come for business, stay for fun. Visiting Trenton has never been easier.
Walk in the footsteps of the American Revolution at the Old Barracks Museum, or explore natural history and fine art at The State Museum and Planetarium just steps away. Enjoy the grand architecture of the gold dome and rotunda at the New Jersey State House. Experience history at The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion in Cadwalader Park. Take in a show at Passage Theatre at The Mill Hill Playhouse. Catch a spectacular event at the Sun National Bank Center then walk over to Trenton Social for a craft brew and a bite to eat. Dig into a Tomato Pie, or one of our other regional and ethnic specialties. A Trenton Thunder baseball game at Waterfront Park is the perfect dessert after dining al fresco at Rho Ristorante on the scenic Delaware riverfront.
Downtown Trenton is home to the Creative District, a diverse arts and culture community, stretching from the creek to the canal. The compact area reflects different facets of Trenton and offers many key assets. From Downtown to neighborhood, historic to contemporary, urban to natural, established to emerging, there is something for everyone, residents and visitors alike. Located at the heart of the city, the proposed Creek to Canal Creative District includes many of Trenton's preeminent historic, arts, and cultural destinations – among them the War Memorial and Old Barracks Museum, Passage Theatre and Artworks – commercial corridors and a neighborhood fabric with ample room to host increased creative activity, and a community of innovative people working to make art and change in the capital city. Trenton has several artistic destinations including Art All Day, and Art All Night are two annual events showcasing local artists, musical performances, and films, hosted at Trenton’s local Artworks, other local venues include Grounds for Sculpture, Passage Theatre, Trenton City Museum, as well as public art located throughout the community.
The Capital City Farmers Market is held every Thursday in May through October. Each week the market draws around 2,000 visitors -- workers from the surrounding state/government offices and private businesses, as well as residents and tourists. The market features Jersey Fresh farm produce and regional producers, artisanal food, specialty produce, baked goods, handmade crafts, jewelry, all natural body and face care products, entertainment and much more.
With a highly skilled and educated labor pool, we're also home to Princeton University, Rider University, The College of New Jersey, Thomas Edison State College and Mercer County Community College. The county holds some of the state's greatest cultural and historic sites with Revolutionary War battle sites in Trenton and Princeton.
Located on the Northeast Corridor line, rail travelers can choose from a full schedule of Amtrak trains bound for Washington D.C., Boston and beyond, as well as NJ Transit lines throughout the state and into New York City. In addition, SEPTA regional rail provides easy access from Philadelphia and other points of interest in nearby Pennsylvania. Major highways like Route 1, Interstates 95, 295, 195 and the New Jersey Turnpike are all directly accessible in Trenton. Air travelers are taking advantage of the Trenton-Mercer Airport, minutes from downtown and a major hub for Frontier Airlines flying to Chicago, New Orleans, and several Florida cities.