Morristown Medical Center’s Sameth Emergency Department provides urgent, life-saving care, as well as state-of-the-art evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of the most critical patient cases. Funding priorities for the Emergency Department include:
Research shows that nurses who achieve a Bachelor of Science in Nursing improve critical thinking and leadership skills, the quality of their patient care and their abilities to practice across a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. Additionally, rapid changes in technology and health care often require nurses to become certified in a clinical specialty, such as oncology or emergency medicine. These scholarships will help support the costs of continuing education.
The Need: $100,000
At Goryeb Children's Hospital, we provide expert care along with access to the latest medical treatments and state-of-the-art technology. Funding is needed to support programs such as:
Our board-certified specialists provide comprehensive care for the whole woman, including wellness and prevention services and minimally invasive treatments using the latest technology. Funding priorities for Women's Health at Morristown Medical Center include:
If you have any questions, or if you would like to support a funding need, please contact Gerri Kling, major gift officer, at 973-593-2414.
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That’s the number of NJ kids diagnosed with autism. The good news? Our donor-funded expansion of the Child Development and Autism Center has resulted in earlier intervention. Wait times dropped from 6 months to a matter of weeks for new autism evaluations of kids 5 and younger.
“It wasn’t a good prognosis. It was either going to turn out very bad, or very good. It turned out very good, but he was hanging on a thread for a while.”
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