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During this time – A Message from Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation


Dear Friends,

It has been a difficult and unprecedented year for all of us. Our priority from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic was to continue to provide quality care to patients while keeping our team members and community safe. Since the beginning of this challenging time, you have inspired us with your kindness and generosity. You stepped up to donate to our COVID-19 Response Fund, provide critical personal protective equipment (PPE), feed our health care heroes on the frontlines of this pandemic, and so much more. We are so very grateful for your ongoing support.

Our team members are still hard at work. We continue to care for COVID-19 patients, and scientists at Hackensack Meridian Center for Discovery and Innovation continue to develop cutting-edge therapies to treat this disease. From laboratory bench to clinical bedside, scientists, researchers, and physicians are joining in this effort to Stand Up to COVID.

As we approach the season of gratitude, we reflect on your unwavering dedication and remain moved by all we have achieved together. We want to keep doing our part by continuing to provide high-quality, compassionate care to our community while also pursuing innovative treatments, therapies, and solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic. We ask that you consider partnering with us as we continue to advance patient care, research, education, and treatment.

The work we have done and continue to would not be possible without your efforts. We again offer our deepest thanks to you all.

Our thoughts are with our community, and we wish you all safety and health this holiday season.

Best Regards,

Clare Q. Ward
Vice President, Development – Principal Gifts
Interim Executive Director, Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation


Helpful Resources & Links

General information & resources about COVID-19 and our response: HackensackMeridianHealth.org/covid19

FAQs – guide for symptoms and what to do: HackensackMeridianHealth.org/covid19

Tele-Medicine:
 New Jersey residents can schedule online visits at ConvenientCareNow.com, use promo code HMH20 for discount.

Our Mission:


Our mission is to encourage community philanthropy and support exceptional patient care at Hackensack University Medical Center, advance medical education at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, and fund cutting-edge research at the Center for Discovery and Innovation.

$48,000,000


The total amount of dollars donated in 2019

12,650


The total number of donors in 2019

Redefining the Standards for Treatment and Patient Care


Our vision to redefine the standards for treatment and patient care, clinical research and medical education is reaching a new critical phase. We know none of these developments can be accomplished without the emotional and financial investment of people who choose to enthusiastically embrace this shared vision with their resources, time and support. On behalf of our patients and members of our health care team, we extend sincere and heartfelt appreciation for your consideration. We thank you for helping our vision become a reality. We invite you to seriously consider joining us – and, together, we can change the face of health care.

Helena Theurer Pavilion

Helena Theurer Pavilion, one of the largest and most comprehensive health care construction projects in the country, is the centerpiece in the transformation of the Hackensack University Medical Center campus. The 9-story state-of-the-art facility will house 24 new operating rooms with advanced diagnostics including MRIs and CT scans, 150 medical/surgical private patient rooms, and a 50-bed Orthopedic Institute.

Tackle Kids Cancer

For nearly 30 years, the Children’s Cancer Institute has stood as a beacon of hope for children and families dealing with pediatric cancer in New Jersey. With more than 100 active oncology and transplant clinical trials currently open, our Institute is leading the charge to cure childhood cancer.

Visit TackleKidsCancer.org