CLINICAL GROWTH PLAN GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
We invite you to support giving opportunities in oncology, neuroscience, pediatrics, heart and vascular, and private rooms. Funding areas include Named Endowed Positions, Equipment Fund, Innovation and Education Fund and Private Rooms. We welcome your continued partnership in this new phase of our history. To learn more, please contact Noël Appel, SVP and Chief Development Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-863-3861.
Named Endowed Positions
Each clinical department has a select limited number of endowed positions which are granted to attract and retain the most talented physician experts, thus ensuring our clinical programs remain regionally recognized centers of excellence. Endowed positions ensure our capacity to compete for this level of talent and carry with them the prominence of a named position honoring the donor.
Recently named endowed positions include:
Equipment Fund – Current Use Restricted
Acquisition and implementation of technological advances solidify Greenwich Hospital’s position as one of an elite handful of medical facilities in the state.
Our Equipment Fund allows for the purchase of cutting-edge equipment for all our clinical programs ensuring we remain second-to-none in offering critical lifesaving treatment.
Innovation and Education Fund – Current Use Restricted
This Fund provides annual support for ongoing training and education in the most advanced approaches of clinical care for our staff. Technological developments, engagement with experts across the country and the world in real-time care of patients and access to education resources are among a few of the uses of this Fund.
Naming opportunities are available for entire units as well as individual rooms, nursing stations and waiting rooms.
$250,000 per patient room
$400,000 per nursing station
$400,000 per waiting room
Medical Surgical ICU
Recently named spaces include:
Labor and Delivery Waiting Room funded by the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nursing Station funded by the Auxiliary