Red Bank is a town located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Its local population is a little over 12,000 people and it was incorporated as a community in 1908. It is named after the red soil found on the beaches of the Navesink River, on which the town was built.
Despite its relatively small size, Red Bank features a multitude of businesses, ranging from entertainment and hospitality, to retail and upscale restaurants. It has a reputation for being the local epicenter of arts.
With regard to medicine, Red Bank is home to a significant number of doctors, dentists, psychiatrists and medical practitioners of all kinds, especially in proportion to its relatively small size as a community. Riverview Medical Center, a community hospital founded in 1928, is located in Red Bank. The hospital contains 476 beds, and is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of Rutgers University.