From our earliest days, when a small group of determined physicians and community members came together to envision a hospital in Greenwich, it was volunteers, particularly those dedicated to philanthropy, who helped make the dream of Greenwich Hospital a reality. Throughout our 118-year history, volunteers and philanthropic partners are inextricably linked to our past, present and future.
There have been several watershed moments in the trajectory of Greenwich Hospital’s growth and sustainability. Today, we are on the cusp of one of those moments as we embark on a campaign to advance healthcare excellence in the areas that are vital to our patients — Heart & Vascular, Children’s, Neuroscience, and Oncology, to include a new 60,000-square-foot Smilow Cancer Center Greenwich.
The input of our supporters, patients and community members is integral as we consider Greenwich Hospital’s future. I invite you to share your thoughts and ideas by taking a few minutes to complete our online Feasibility Study Survey. We will weave together our community’s collective voices to complete our planning.
Partnering with us at this historical juncture are the dedicated members of our Board of Trustee’s Steering Committee, who, like our forbearers, are propelled by visionary goals to make our hospital’s dreams a reality. I thank them and all who participate in our planning efforts for sharing in this exciting endeavor – one that promises to deliver world-class health care to our community.
With warm regards,
Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer
Greenwich Hospital Office of Development