All donors are heroes at Greenwich Hospital. Generous gifts from supporters help us to provide patients with specialized medical care right here in Greenwich, so they don’t have to travel far from home.
A critical community resource, Greenwich Hospital’s emergency department provides round-the-clock emergency care.
The hospital recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation project designed to enhance the patient experience, made possible by the substantial donation of several donors. The renovations help to accommodate the increasing number of Connecticut and New York residents turning to us for emergency care. In 2016, the emergency department handled 40,000 visits, approximately 110 patients a day. Children account for close to a quarter of these patients.
Carl Bennett, one of the hospital’s longtime supporters, recently joined fellow major donors, board members and staff at a ribbon cutting ceremony that unveiled the newly renovated department.
Photo, L-R, with seated Carl Bennett, major funder: John Townsend, III Co-chair, Board of Trustees; Ann Marie McGrory, program director, ED; Robin Kanarek, member of the Board of Trustees; Erika Setzer, nurse manager, ED; Norman Roth, President and CEO Greenwich Hospital; Christopher Davison, MD, medical director, ED; Susan Brown, Executive Vice President Operations & Patient Care