Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • November 18, 2009 NOW OPEN! Route 17 & Island Road New Account Gift Mahwah Get a $25 TD Bank Gift Card when you open a Checking account with $250 or more. Offer valid through November 24, 2009 at the Mahwah Store. Only new, non-interest bearing Checking accounts with initial deposits of $250 or more are eligible. Bonus offered to new Checking Customers only. Cannot be combined with any other offer. One bonus maximum per household. Bonus will be given at time of account opening and will be reported as taxable income. Grand Prize Drawing Bonus CD Rate $ Shopping Spree Need not be present to win. 1,000 1/4 % BONUS Drawing Date: November 24, 2009 Quarter-percent bonus on the current CD special is valid at the Mahwah Route 17 Store until December 5, 2009. $250 minimum deposit required; $100,000 maximum deposit. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Must be new money to TD Bank. No broker deposits, municipal deposits or IRAs. CD bonus offer subject to change without notice. Penalty for early withdrawal. TD Bank checking account required. No purchase necessary to enter drawings. Void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older and a legal U.S. resident to enter. Drawing rules available at the Mahwah Store. $1,000 Shopping Spree will be awarded in the form of a $1,000 TD Bank Gift Card. OPEN 7 DAYS • LEGENDARY SERVICE • HASSLE-FREE BANKING TD Bank, N.A. 1000+ convenient locations from Maine to Florida To protect the health of patients, staff, and the community during flu season, The Valley Hospital has enacted temporary restrictions on visitors to the hospital. These restrictions, which follow, took effect Nov. 11. No one under the age of 18 who is not a patient will be allowed to visit any Valley Hospital location where patient care is provided. This includes the Luckow Pavilion and Kraft Center in Paramus, and the hospital’s main campus in Ridgewood. These restrictions will remain in place through the duration of the flu season. In addition, anyone who is ill with symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea should refrain from visiting. “As we continue to see an increase in patients with the flu being seen in the emergency department, we thought it prudent to reduce the spread of infection to our patients, staff and the public by restricting visitor access to both inpatient and outpatient areas of the hospital,” said Mitchell Rubinstein, M.D., vice president of medical affairs. “We understand that these temporary changes to our visitation policy may be difficult for some families, and ask your understanding that it is truly in the best interest of everyone’s health to limit exposure.” To reduce the spread of flu, Valley reminds the public to follow the same measures that are effective in reducing the risk of spreading any infectious disease: • Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently. • Cover coughs and sneezes. Dispose of used tissues properly. • Stay home if you are sick. To help answer your questions about H1N1 flu, the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services has established a toll-free, 24-hour H1N1 influenza line. The number is 1-866-321-9571. For inquiries about the vaccine for the H1N1 virus, call the Bergen County Health Department’s Health Topics Information Line at (201) 225-7000. A listing of flu clinics can also be found on the department of health’s website at www. Valley enacts restrictions for visitors