As one of the leading rehabilitation providers in the country, Spaulding Rehabilitation Network & Partners HealthCare at Home has mobilized to play a critical role during the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) health crisis. Learn more about how your generous support empowers our efforts, below.
An overwhelming public response to a generous matching gift from The Manton Foundation generated $500,000 in emergency funds to provide much-needed scrubs, masks, food and beverages, and flexible gift cards to our staff on the front lines. Thank you, supporters, for stepping up to help!
Recognizing the ongoing needs faced by our workers, The Manton Foundation is making a second challenge grant, which means that all new gifts to the Spaulding/PHH Emergency Response Fund will continue to be matched dollar-for-dollar—up to an additional $250,000—until June 30.
Where will COVID-19 patients go to recover? Spaulding’s answer: Come here. We transformed two inpatient care floors of Spaulding Hospital Cambridge—which specializes in serving the most medically complex patients—into two dedicated COVID-19 recovery units, each with 60 beds.
Clinicians quickly pivoted to provide outpatient and home care services through telemedicine, and to help patients connect virtually with loved ones. In collaboration with the Partners Mobile Observation Unit, we also provide in-home acute care to select COVID-19+ patients to prevent hospitalization.
The Spaulding/PHH Emergency Response Fund provides critical, flexible dollars to provide for patient and staff safety and well-being during the COVID-19 health crisis. Make your gift today.
Measures big and small support our healthcare heroes. The Emergency Response Fund is bolstering our efforts to provide staff with the highest level of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); free overnight lodging near our hospitals; and free nutrition/hydration services, among other critical needs.
Our motto is Find Your Strength—words that our doctors, nurses, therapists, home care clinicians, and staff live by every day. And in these unprecedented times, strength sees us through.
Our Race for Rehab Team has refocused fundraising to support the Emergency Response Fund as they race toward a new Boston Marathon date this fall—and a collective $1M goal. Hear President David E. Storto talk about what this year’s original Marathon Monday date meant to him.
We are providing key leadership and clinical and operational support at Boston Hope, the new 1,000-bed field hospital and homeless shelter for COVID-19+ patients not requiring the highest level of inpatient hospitalization. Spaulding’s Ronald Hirschberg, MD, was named chief medical officer.
Thank you for considering a gift to the Spaulding/PHH Emergency Response Fund. With your support, we grow even stronger and can accomplish so much more in the face of a changing healthcare environment.