John F. Kennedy Medical Center, an affiliate of JFK Health System, is a 498-bed full-service, acute care hospital, and the home of the JFK Johnson Rehabilitative Institute. The hospital is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education located in Edison, New Jersey. In 1997 Solaris Health System was formed by joining JFK Medical Center and Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center in Plainfield, New Jersey. Today, JFK accommodates more than 20,000 admissions, 3,000 births and 60,000 Emergency Room visits on a yearly basis. The Medical Center features a complete array of services, including general surgery, emergency medicine, psychiatry, orthopedics, maternity and pediatric care. It is home to two well known institutes: the JFK New Jersey Neuroscience Institute and the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, as well as JFK Haven Hospice, JFK Imaging Center and the Center for Wound Healing. JFK Medical Center’s Johnson Rehabilitation Institute (JRI) has been ranked as one of the best hospitals in the nation for 2013-14 for Rehabilitation by U.S. News & World Report. JFK Medical Centers Stroke and Cerebrovascular Program is designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services and a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission.