Trenton Health Information Exchange (HIE)

The Trenton Health Information Exchange (Trenton HIE) is a database that allows doctors and other providers to share medical information about patients across departments, among facilities and throughout Greater Trenton. This means better coordinated healthcare, better informed clinical decisions, fewer repeated services and, ultimately, improved patient care. 

Today, clinical users across central New Jersey use the Trenton HIE to access millions of health records for patients. See Trenton HIE Participating Institutions and types of Trenton HIE patient health information 

HIE reporting capabilities are continuously enhanced to perform analytics at both the macro (population) and the micro (patient, disease category, etc.) levels. See a list of Trenton HIE reports.

The Trenton HIE, created in 2014 and operated in collaboration with CareEvolution, is one of four HIEs in New Jersey, and our connection with the Camden HIE represents the first full integration of two of NJ’s Health Information Exchange systems. In addition, the Trenton HIE participates in the New Jersey Health Information Network (NJHIN) to access health statewide information from 72 acute care hospitals.

For Partner Organizations

Trenton HIE is open for new partner organizations. If you think your organization could potentially benefit from participation in the Trenton HIE, please fill out the form below and our team will reach out to you.

For support requests or other inquiries, please email our team at

For Patients

Read our FAQ document for more information on how the Trenton HIE utilizes your personal health information. Patients have the right to opt out of the Trenton HIE and can do so by submitting the Trenton HIE Opt Out Form. Patients who previously opted out and would now like to participate can do so by submitting the Cancellation of Prior Opt Out Form.

To learn more, email 

Trenton HIE Participating Partner Organizations

Partners both contributing and viewing data

  • Capital Health Regional Medical Center

  • Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell

  • RWJ – Hamilton – Replaced Capital with RWJ

  • Henry J. Austin Health Center (FQHC)

  • Sheryl Haber-Kuo MD PC

Partners viewing data only

  • Amerigroup
  • Bellevue Pediatrics
  • Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
  • City of Trenton
  • Faith In Prevention Support Network
  • Lawrenceville Neurology
  • Penn Medicine Princeton Health
  • Rescue Mission of Trenton
  • Trenton Health Team

Partners contributing data only

  • Claims (Medicaid)
  • Laboratory: BioReference Laboratories
  • Laboratory: Laboratory Corporation
  • Laboratory: Quest Diagnostics
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital – Hamilton
Trenton HIE Patient Health Information

Types of patient information include:

  • Allergies
  • Claims (Medicaid)
  • Encounters
  • Immunizations
  • Lab Reports/Trends
  • Medications
  • Problems List
  • Providers
  • Reports
Trenton HIE Reports

HIE reporting capabilities are continuously enhanced to perform analytics at both macro (population) and micro (patient, disease category, age group, other subset) levels. Reports include:

  • Cardiology Reports
  • Consultation Reports
  • Discharge Summaries
  • ED Reports
  • H&Ps
  • Interpretive Radiological Reports
  • Operative Reports
  • Outpatient Visit Summaries
  • Social Determinant of Health (SDOH) Documents