Arc of Care Campaign – Greenwich Hospital Office of Development

Arc of Care Campaign

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Greenwich Hospital has embarked on a multi-year growth plan securing our position as the region’s leading medical center and healthcare provider. Our award-winning medical and emergency services, bolstered by our unique partnership with Yale New Haven Health, offer access to physician experts associated with a nationally recognized academic medical institution. We have entered a new phase of healthcare delivery: technologically advanced, precise subspecialty care.

Areas of growth include oncology, neuroscience, heart and vascular, children’s, and behavioral health.


One in two women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. One in three men. In our immediate region, the prevalence of cancer is expected to grow 20.5 percent over the next decade, approximately 4,100 new cases each year through 2029. To address this critical and growing need, and to continue to provide peerless patient care, Greenwich Hospital has expanded its oncology programmatic services. This expansion includes the recruitment of cancer specialists in areas such as lung, hematology, gynecology and urology – areas expected to see the greatest rise in diagnoses over the next decade. In collaboration with Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center, Greenwich Hospital’s board-certified staff of medical, radiation and surgical oncologists use the most innovative approaches, research and technology to provide exceptional, tailored cancer treatment to each patient.
Learn more about giving opportunities in oncology.


Over 600 neurologic diseases affect the brain, spinal cord and nervous system. Stroke causes one out of every 20 deaths. To address the need for higher level care in neuroscience, the hospital has established the Yale Neurosciences Center at Greenwich Hospital, poised to be the region’s premier destination for neurological and neurosurgical treatment of stroke, brain and spinal cord injuries and tumors, seizure disorders, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease. Recent investments to neuroscience have elevated the standard of care to a state-of-the-art program not seen at many hospitals. The acquisition of biplane fluoroscopy 3D technology enables neurovascular surgeons to perform minimally invasive procedures that reverse symptoms of stroke. A new robotic assist navigation system for spine surgery vastly improves patients’ recovery. We are ramping up for continuous vEEG, an advanced monitoring system for patients having seizures. Neurologists, neurosurgeons, and a neuropsychologist have been recruited and our strong partnership with Yale New Haven Health and Yale Medicine holds immeasurable promise for groundbreaking research.
Learn more about giving opportunities in neuroscience.

Heart and Vascular

Cardiovascular disease claims more lives annually than all cancers combined. It is the number one cause of death in Connecticut. In partnership with Yale New Haven Health and Yale Medicine, the Heart and Vascular Center at Greenwich Hospital offers a complete range of diagnostic and interventional cardiac services and vascular care. Patients have access to the nation’s top cardiologists and subspecialists with advanced training in emergency angioplasty, vascular surgery, electrophysiology and innovative therapies.
Learn more about giving opportunities in heart and vascular.


Fairfield and Westchester counties support a child population of approximately 430,000. With children comprising nearly a quarter of the 40,000 visits to Greenwich Hospital’s nationally recognized Emergency Department each year, we made a commitment to deliver innovative 24/7 pediatric emergency medicine services at Greenwich Hospital. Through our partnership with Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, we also broadened our pediatric services into 35 subspecialty areas as well as recently opened a child-friendly Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery Center in the hospital, with surgical suite and recovery rooms for young patients. Our doctors and nurses are trained to treat complex diseases and life-threatening illnesses, with a skilled and calming demeanor.
Learn more about giving opportunities in pediatrics.

Behavioral Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has shined a new light on the importance of mental health, we recognize the urgency of the moment. Our Behavioral Health team of psychiatrists and psychologists evaluate and treat individuals who experience depression, anxiety, and other psychological and psychiatric condi­tions with compassionate care. Our Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic is available for all patients, while urgent mental health issues are addressed within our Emergency Department.  Additionally, specialists within our Addiction Recovery Center work with individuals struggling with substance abuse and addiction. In partnership with Yale Psychiatry, the largest provider of psychiatric services in the state of Connecticut, Greenwich Hospital is poised to deliver a full spectrum of care and treatment.
Learn more about giving opportunities in behavioral health.

Equipment Imperatives

It is widely understood that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed tremendous financial strain on hospitals everywhere, including Greenwich Hospital. Across the Yale New Haven Health System, our leaders have made hard decisions to prioritize some capital projects over others, and pause key purchases over the next few years. Yet immediate action is often required to upgrade and/or replace key technologies across clinical areas. The Equipment Imperatives Fund, established through philanthropy, covers the costs of these essential equipment purchases and related maintenance that occur outside the normal budgeting process.
Learn more about giving opportunities to our Equipment Imperatives Fund.

We look to the future — it guides us as we anticipate the needs of our patients and as we remain a guardian of our community’s health. To ensure our patients have access to all levels of care and expertise, we welcome the opportunity to strengthen our relationship with you. We hope that together we can positively impact the lives of our families and neighbors.

For more information about our growth plan or to learn how you can make a difference at Greenwich Hospital, please contact Noël Appel, SVP and Chief Development Officer at or 203-863-3861.