Our mission is to keep you healthy, especially in these unprecedented times.   

Make a gift to our Healthcare Heroes Emergency Response Fund today.

Staying Stronger Together

You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. You are rallying around our hospital and our healthcare heroes who are working 24/7 on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. You are making a difference, but there is much more to do to keep ourselves healthy and to support our community.

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COVID-19: How You Can Help

Read about the Beverly Hospital Healthcare Heroes Emergency Response Fund here
and a note from our hospital president, Philip Cormier, below.

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Healthcare Heroes: Noah Hano

The human toll of the COVID-19 pandemic has been especially apparent to Heidi Prieur, FNP, a nurse practitioner in Beverly Hospital’s Emergency Department. She has spent weeks treating critically ill patients whose families can’t visit them due to the visitor restrictions put in place because of the coronavirus. Heidi decided to harness the power of social media, hoping a big company would step in to donate tablets to Beverly Hospital so patients could make video calls in lieu of visiting.

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Healthcare Heroes: Alicia Herlihy, RN, LSO

As non-urgent and elective surgeries were canceled at Beverly Hospital to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Alicia Herlihy, RN, LSO, an operating room (OR) nurse, saw this as an opportunity to help her community in its time of need. She volunteered to work in Beverly’s Emergency Department (ED) to help with the anticipated influx of COVID-19 patients. “I’m young, healthy and don’t have kids or anyone at home,” she explained. “I’ll work down there as long as it takes for this to pass through.”

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Healthcare Heroes: The Rhino Run Club

What started as a running club at a Beverly brewery has become a global philanthropic social media movement to help Beverly Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic. When social distancing guidelines went into effect, the Rhino Run Club couldn’t meet in person anymore. Ben Garry, who owns Old Planters Brewing Company in Beverly, where the club originated, teamed up with his friend Scott Jamieson, a friend and captain of the team, to find a way to help the cause. 

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Thank you from the President

Dear Friends and Loyal Supporters,

Because of you, the best possible care is available right here on the North Shore. Your health is the top priority for our providers at Beverly Hospital, where our healthcare heroes are working around the clock to do everything possible to protect the health and safety of patients, staff and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. (You can find details here, in my March 17, 2020 message to donors.)

As it has so many times in the past, our hospital community is banding together to continue to provide care under these exceptional circumstances. Now more than ever, as our providers and other hospital staff work on the front lines of the pandemic, we need your support.

Like all hospitals nationwide, Beverly Hospital is preparing to care for a surge of critically ill patients in the coming days and weeks. 

We have established a Healthcare Heroes Emergency Response Fund, which provides immediate resources to our nurses, physicians and other hospital staff – the true heroes today – as they fight the pandemic on the front lines.

I invite you to make a gift today to help keep our providers, patients and North Shore community safe.

Please know we are rallying to do our very best for you and our entire community. As always, we are profoundly grateful for your support.

Take care of yourselves and your families during this challenging time.


With sincere appreciation,

Philip Cormier

410 People

belong to a legacy society at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals, Winchester Hospital or Lahey Hospital & Medical Center

120 Golfers

Raised more than $110,000 at the 2019 tournament benefiting Addison Gilbert and Beverly hospitals