Better Together

You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. We are so grateful for your choice to make a gift to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and hope that you will feel rewarded and recognized as you read about the ways you and your fellow donors are making a real difference, every day. These stories show how important philanthropy has been to our Lahey Hospital Medical Center and how vital it is to our future. Thank you for your generosity!
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“My Extended Life”

Dr. Rabinowitz treated Joan for 15 years, performing two stem cell transplants that the Natick resident credited with prolonging her life. Chronicling the days after her transplants in a blog called My Extended Life, she posted this in 2009: “I am grateful and need to say LIFE IS GOOD.”

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Heart Patient Pays it Forward

A minimally invasive heart procedure at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center saved Win Priem’s life. He was so grateful that he and his wife, Susan, made a gift of $100,000, so more cardiac patients can benefit from the same treatment he received.

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Thank you from the President

Dear Friends,

This website celebrates philanthropy, which means it celebrates you. Your loyal support of our hospital has had a vital and meaningful impact, which we gratefully honor here.

It is because of you that Lahey Hospital & Medical Center continues to be a national and international leader in clinical care and one of the academic medical centers of the new Beth Israel Lahey Health system. We are proud to be part of this comprehensive network of hospitals, outpatient centers, behavioral health providers, and continuing care facilities and services.

We have an enviable track record of accomplishments—all made possible by you, our committed donors.

Most recently topping that list is the opening of the Nancy M. Cammarata  Center for General Internal Medicine. We are celebrating the second year of our new, world-class Joseph C. Corkery, MD, Emergency Center, made possible by donors’ generosity. Your ongoing support is so vital. I look forward to seeing the impact we can continue to make together.

With sincere gratitude,

David Longworth, MD
President

410 People

belong to a legacy society at a Lahey Health hospital

$3.9 Million Raised

by the Women’s Leadership Council for initiatives at the hospital, including nursing education, the Joseph C. Corkery, MD, Emergency Center, the Hospice Comfort Care Fund and more