OB/GYN Residency Program
The Morristown Medical Center OB/GYN Residency Program is a fully accredited, four-year program that prepares its graduates to practice independently, act as expert consultants in their medical community and enter general practice, subspecialty training or academic medicine. Funds are needed to enhance the residency program’s educational tools, which will facilitate maximum learning outcomes in a condensed timeframe.
The Need: $76,000
Women’s Health Clinic Patient Support Fund
The Women’s Health Clinic at Morristown Medical Center provides underserved patients with the support needed with essential medications, transportation to and from appointments or other non-medical needs.
The Need: $60,000
The Urogynecology (Miya Model) Simulator provides cutting-edge training for all types of gynecological procedures. This state-of-the-art simulator gives surgeons the benefit of being able to practice tactile feel and muscle memory with real tissue, which is critical to the success of vaginal procedures.
The Need: $43,971
Babyscripts health-monitoring software was implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, which allowed physicians to safely monitor moms at home, specifically those at risk for high blood pressure or preeclampsia issues, while simultaneously minimizing their risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. The Deskovick Maternity Center would like to install a postpartum module of BabyScripts to deliver optimal, virtual postpartum care.
The Need: $40,000
A colposcope is a surgical instrument used to examine the vagina and the cervix of the uterus, specifically identifying precancerous lesions. As patient volume grows, the need for additional advanced equipment has also expanded. An additional colposcope would allow more patients to have high-quality exams of the cervix, vagina and vulva, allowing expedient evaluation of cancerous and precancerous conditions.
The Need: $20,000
Women’s Health Clinic Portable Medical Carts
The Women’s Health Clinic handles a large volume of patients in a small space. Portable medical carts will improve the flow within the clinic as well as give patients the ability to clearly understand medical information and instructions relative to their care.
The Need: $16,973
The Deskovick Maternity Center at Morristown Medical Center has approximately 5,500 deliveries per year. In response to the new shortened stay protocol to ensure optimal safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Women’s Health Program will begin virtual postpartum follow-up visits. To support this, Morristown Medical Center needs to hire two part-time registered nurses to conduct virtual visits during the week and on weekends.The Need: $100,000
If you have any questions, or if you would like to support a funding need for Women's Health, please contact Susan Johns, major gift officer, at 973-593-2413.
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