iPhone XR 64GB – iPhone 11 64GB for Patient Keeper
Budget iPhone XR – iPhone 12
iPad cellular support through Verizon
ATT Nighthawk Mobile
To order a mobile device, please complete one of the forms below.
All forms must have department and budget approval.
A calling plan must be selected from the following options:
ATT Nighthawk Mobile Hotspots
All plans include Unlimited Data and Mobile-to-Mobile minutes
300 Minute Government Bundle
Unlimited Data Plan of $40/month, Voice Plans:
400 min, code 73988 = $46.15/month
600 min, code 73990 = $58.65/month
1000 min, code 73992 = $70.19/month
WiFi - $40.00/month
You will receive a confirmation email one day prior to your departure date stating the plans were added to your mobile device.
If approved by the department, a personal mobile number can be transferred to a university device.
To process the transfer please send an email (copy your department head and budget officer),
with the below information to:
Account Holder Name
Once the form has been completed and submitted, please call ATT Care (1-800-331-0500) to have your account noted. Authorizing your number to be transferred to Rutgers billing responsibility. You will need to change the billing plan on the personal account if you are on a family/share plan.
If your device is lost, stolen or broken contact:
Reginald McGriff: 732-235-7923 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RUTGERS hosts and maintains the Rutgers Health site here: https://rutgershealth.org/
BARNABAS HEALTH hosts and maintains the RWJBH site here: https://www.rwjbh.org/
The Application Development team has created custom .NET and PHP web applications to support the academic, administrative and clinical needs of RWJMS.
Click on the links below to view an overview of the following applications.
The RWJMS OIT Project Management Team helps to identify needs for process improvement, workflows, and enhancements to overall productivity.
When to use Project Request:
The form will ask you the following:
All RWJMS Faculty and Staff have a responsibility for safeguarding sensitive data. As such, the storing of sensitive data on a workstation’s local hard drive is frowned upon.