The Suburban Hospital Foundation, created in 1996, serves as the fundraising arm of Suburban Hospital. Each year, thousands of community members, staff, and former patients generously contribute to Suburban Hospital’s cutting-edge stroke program, level II trauma center and emergency department, Pediatric Center, and its centers of excellence in cardiac care, orthopedics, neurosciences and oncology. Recent gifts have transformed nursing education, enhanced clinical programming, and provided access to state-of-the-art technology.
To see how contributions are benefitting our community, view our most recent Report to Donors.
$2.5 Million Bender Foundation Give to Support Campus Enhancement, Nursing and Emergency/Trauma Care (August 2013) The Suburban Hospital Foundation has received a $2.5M charitable gift from the Bender Foundation. The donation will serve as a leadership gift for the hospital’s upcoming campus enhancement project, while also directly impacting nursing and emergency/trauma care. The funding will establish the Sondra D. Bender Fund for Nursing Excellence as well as dedicate the state-of-the-art Sondra & Howard Bender Emergency/Trauma Center. Read more.
CEO Brian Gragnolati Receives Excellence Award (December 2012) Suburban Hospital’s visionary leader for more than a decade, Brian Gragnolati was honored with the 2012 Commitment to Excellence Award at the hospital’s 26th Annual Chairmen’s Celebration dinner. In addition to recognizing his impact on Suburban’s important integration with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Gragnolati was specifically recognized for his commitment to advancing nursing. Click here to view a video presentation that was shown at the event.
$1M Gift to Support Pediatric Emergency Care (November 2012) The Suburban Hospital Foundation has received a $1 million charitable gift from the William J. Shaw Family Foundation to support pediatric services and emergency care. In addition to advancing clinical care, this generous contribution will be used to name the pediatric emergency/inpatient facility in honor of the Shaw family.
$1M Gift Names Patient Care Unit; Advances Neurosciences
(August 2012) Bethesda resident Dr. Sikta Pradhan is recognizing outstanding patient care and honoring the memory of her late husband Dr. Sachin Pradhan - a neuropsychopharmacology research fellow and a generous international healthcare philanthropist – by naming the Ortho/Neuro/Trauma patient care unit. Her gift will also fund will capital equipment/technology to advance care in neurology and neurosurgery.
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