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Monday, October 28, 2019   (1 Comments)
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At its Fall Conference recently, the American Physical Therapy Association of New Jersey (APTANJ) announced that it will be moving its state headquarters from Robbinsville to Trenton beginning in January 2020. 

In partnership with Mercer County Community College (MCCC), APTANJ will be relocating to 101  North Broad Street which is designated as the College’s health and wellness building on their James Kerney Campus.  The newly renovated health and wellness building will allow APTANJ to host continuing education courses in their state-of-the-art health professions lab as well as classroom space throughout the building.  APTANJ offices will be located on the second floor.

MCCC President, Dr. Jianping Wang, expressed her enthusiasm for this new endeavor.

“Mercer County Community College is very excited about this new partnership.  We are confident that it will bring new and great opportunities for APTA of NJ members and MCCC students. It will also make an impactful contribution to the revitalization of our Capital City of Trenton.”

The relocation will put APTANJ within a half-mile of the New Jersey State House and help expand the physical therapy footprint in the State’s Capital City.

 “This is a very exciting time for the Association,” stated APTANJ president Brian Mason, PT, DPT. “Partnering with Mercer and moving to Trenton will not only help us reduce our expenses and increase our resources, but also allow our members to volunteer their time and expertise for initiatives within the City of Trenton.”

A ribbon-cutting ceremony at 101 North Broad Street in Trenton will be scheduled for later this year.  APTANJ will notify its members when the date and time is confirmed.



Teresa E. Lynch says...
Posted Wednesday, October 30, 2019

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