JACKSON-Chai Care, located on Countyline Road in Jackson Township has relocated and recently held their grand re-opening celebration, dedicating an EMT response vehicle to Hatzolah in the process.
Jackson Township Police Chief Matthew Kunz was on hand at the ceremony which brings another EMT option to the township. Shortly after the dedication ceremony, the vehicle was called into action on its first EMS call.
Chai Urgent Care offers Jackson residents emergency room level treatment without the hassle with extended hours Sunday through Thursday 2 pm to 12 am. They are open 10 am to 4pm Fridays and 7pm to 12 am on Saturdays.
Hirsh Singh, who is running for U.S. Senate as a Republican against Cory Booker was also in attendance at the ceremony held by Hatzolah board members Rabbi Motti Twerski, Rabbi Avraham Waxman and Rabbi Shmuel Paler. Derrick Greene, one of Governor Phil Murphy’s staffers also came to Jackson to wish much success to Chai Care in their new location.