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Another ENVISION milestone was achieved with the groundbreaking for the Sharp Grossmont Hospital Neurosciences Center. The Sharp Grossmont Hospital Neurosciences Center will be San Diego’s first single center of excellence for patients needing advanced neurosurgical, neurological and comprehensive-spine care.
Thanks to the generous leadership matching grant of $4 million from the Grossmont Healthcare District and more than 50 other generous donations, the campaign for the SGH Neurosciences Center has already raised $7 million of the $10 million goal.
July 13, 2022 was another milestone date for Sharp and the official naming of the Kevin H. Cook Parking Structure, under construction at the Sharp Metro campus. A special thank you to Kevin for his generous ENVISION donation of $3.5 million - $2.5 million dedicated to the Sharp Metro Modernization project and $1 million for Sharp Rees-Stealy. Kevin's gift will help transform the Sharp Metro campus for the next generation of care and impact the lives of countless individuals.
June 17, 2022, marked the first milestone in the Campaign for Emergency and Intensive Care at Sharp Coronado Hospital. Leadership donors gathered outdoors for a ribbon cutting to celebrate gaining occupancy for the Sherrie and Ron Auen Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Less than a week later, the first patient was moved into the ICU. The comprehensive build-out of the state-of-the-art ICU on the hospital’s fourth floor, with its inherent privacy and picturesque views of the Coronado bridge and neighboring community, serves as the unit’s new home.
It was indeed an historic launch of ENVISION: The Campaign for Sharp HealthCare on June 8 at the Rady Shell at Jacobs Park. More than 600 guests joined us at Envisioning Excellence – an evening of sharing, powerful messages, moving performances and our opportunity to thank our philanthropy partners.
Quote from Virginia Hall
We are on this journey together, and we want to keep transforming the health care experience for our patients. That is why Grossmont Healthcare District has provided a matching grant of $4 million to support the development of this incredible new Neurosciences Center.
May 26, 2022, saw the launch of ENVISION with the groundbreaking for the Cushman Emergency and Trauma Center at Sharp Memorial Hospital. At the groundbreaking, we announced that more than $88 million has been raised toward the $250 million goal.
Long-time Sharp donors and friends Willy and Alchera Ayyad have established the Del Corazon First-Generation Fund at the Terrence and Barbara Caster Institute for Nursing Excellence with a $1 million gift.
Their extraordinary generosity will enable the Caster Institute to provide scholarships to first-generation nursing students (first in their family to attend college) to help complete their training and entry into practice.
We rang the giving bell twice – to celebrate the extraordinary $4 million gift to ENVISION from the Cushman Foundation! The gift includes $1 million for the Moore MountainView Hospice Home and $3 million for the Cushman Emergency and Trauma Center at Sharp Memorial Hospital – fitting tributes to one of the “first families” of Sharp HealthCare and among our most generous benefactors.
Congratulations to Coronado Hospital Foundation on achieving the initial $12 million goal for the Campaign for the Emergency Department and ICU!
Yet, we are not slowing down – the Board approved a $6 million extension to the campaign to fund a dramatic new Emergency Department entrance, access and drop off. Sharp Coronado Hospital continues to undergo an extraordinary transformation, made possible through generous community philanthropy.
Quote from Stephen Cushman
Nearly, 20 years ago, the Cushman family made the largest single gift to the Sharp Memorial Outpatient Pavilion at that time. We believed in the project and the mission of Sharp and continue that commitment to this day. Today, we are continuing our family’s legacy to name the Emergency and Trauma Center at Sharp Memorial Hospital with our family’s largest single gift. I implore you to consider a gift that is transformational for you. We all can do something great for the health of our community that some may never know.
Sharp HealthCare Foundation was awarded $900,000 from The Conrad Prebys Foundation for the Neonatal Research Institute (NRI) at Sharp Mary Birch and our project “Providing oxygen during delayed cord clamping to improve long-term neurodevelopment in children.” The Foundation was impressed with the work and success of Dr. Anup Katheria and the NRI; including that we were able to share the NRI has been awarded additional grants during the review process, which strengthened the submission.
Congratulations to Sharp Mesa Vista for a $500,000 matching grant from the David C. Copley Foundation for the SMV Behavioral Health ICU project! A great gift from a long-time philanthropy partner of Sharp. This indeed stimulated giving – and quickly – as the match was achieved well before the deadline of December 20, 2022.
The Medical Executive Committee (MEC) of the Sharp Metropolitan Medical Staff approved a $1 million pledge for the ENVISION Sharp Metro. This is the largest single gift by any medical group in Sharp’s history. This is the lead gift for our $5 million SMMC physician campaign, which has now raised more than $2 million, and is inspiring many other MDs and community members to join the campaign.
September 30, 2021 was another historic milestone for Sharp HealthCare with the official groundbreaking for the new, named in recognition of a $5 million challenge grant from The Conrad Prebys Foundation. This extraordinary new facility, which will open in 2023, will be a “Hub” for all Sharp innovation, furthering Sharp’s vision to be the best place to work, practice medicine and receive care. The SPIEC is one of the most important projects in Sharp and San Diego’s history.
Quote from Tony Cortes
The Sharp Prebys Innovation and Education Center will ensure the commitment of Sharp HealthCare to provide San Diegans with care of the highest quality through the continuous education of Sharp physicians, nurses, staff and leadership, and will also offer community engagement facilities. The intent of this challenge grant is to inspire others to support Sharp and share our commitment to the best possible health care in our region.
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