For All of Us
Founded in 1954, the MetroHealth Foundation supports The MetroHealth System's mission by funding programs and projects in patient care, scientific and clinical research, and medical education.
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The MetroHealth Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Founded in 1954, it supports The MetroHealth System's mission by funding programs and projects in patient care, scientific and clinical research, and medical education. We thank our donors who make so much possible for so many.
At its Annual Stakeholders Meeting, held on June 29, 2018, MetroHealth unveiled the exterior design of a new hospital planned for the West 25th Street main campus. The design includes a new 11-story hospital joined to the existing Critical Care Pavilion (CCP) and an abundance of green space for the community.
MetroHealth plans to break ground on the hospital at the end of 2018.
The MetroHealth Transformation will be completed in 2023. Green space will comprise nearly half of the 55-acre campus, up from the roughly 1-2 acres currently on the property.
In support of the Transformation, MetroHealth has launched a philanthropic campaign, For All of Us. The $100 million campaign will support community programs and development of expanded campus green space.
MetroHealth is committed to improving the health of its community and is leading a revitalization of the West 25th Street corridor. Plans include the world’s first hospital-led EcoDistrict, partnerships with public, private, nonprofit and civic entities, a housing incentive program to help employees live closer to work and enhancements to public transportation and infrastructure (the RTA MetroHealth Line). Learn more about our funding priorities, and meet the members of the Campaign Cabinet.
Physician Couple’s Leadership Gift to Provide Endowments for MetroHealth
Alfred F. Connors, Jr., MD, and Mildred Lam, MD, longtime MetroHealth physicians, have made the largest individual gift in MetroHealth’s history, and the first lead contribution to the five-year, $100 million philanthropic campaign, “For All of Us.” Six endowments created from the couple’s gift will be housed at MetroHealth in cooperation with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine. “The generosity displayed by Dr. Connors and Dr. Lam sends a powerful message and sets the tone for our fundraising campaign moving forward,” said MetroHealth President and CEO Akram Boutros, MD, FACHE. “With this collection of endowments, these two physician leaders have raised the bar for philanthropic engagement.”
Nurse-Family Partnership Program Highlighted
MetroHealth's Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program, a national home visiting program that provides support to low-income, first-time moms during pregnancy and for the first two years following the baby’s birth, was spotlighted during the annual meeting of the Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, held on June 14, 2018. Nurse-Family Partnership, established in 1996, arrived in Greater Cleveland in Fall 2016 with sizable financial support from Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and other generous gifts. NFP operates in three Ohio cities, 41 other states and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Learn more about MetroHealth's NFP program.