Jersey Shore University Medical Center to build $265 million dollar HOPE Tower


Jersey Shore University Medical Center, part of the Meridian Health family announced plans to build $265 million HOPE Tower on the hospital's east campus, Neptune City, New Jersey.


HOPE Tower development includes – a ten-story medical office building housing a dedicated Meridian Cancer Care center, outpatient imaging services, a clinical academic center, an innovative simulation laboratory, and a nine-level parking garage building with more than 1,500 new parking spaces for patients, guests and team members.

HOPE Tower's 58,000 square foot Cancer Care center will offer comprehensive treatment options including surgical specialties, medical oncology, advanced radiation therapy and minimally invasive interventional therapies. The new center is designed for Jersey Shore's multi-disciplinary team of specialists who deliver coordinated and compassionate care treating a range of oncological conditions.   

HOPE Tower will serve as the home of Meridian Research Services and the system's medical education programs. Jersey Shore's Faculty – including physicians specializing in medical practice areas such as Surgery, Medicine, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics and Gynecology – will also be headquartered at HOPE Tower. With expert clinicians, a state-of-the-art amphitheater, and a high-tech simulation laboratory, HOPE Tower will foster the next generation of medical leaders and provide access to the most promising clinical trials and therapies.


Name Jersey Shore University Medical Center
Location Neptune City, New Jersey
Type HOPE Tower Building
Estimated Cost $265 Million
Construction Completion Year Early 2018