As a non-profit healthcare organization, we rely on the support of the community to enhance the programs and services we provide for our patients, their families and the community at large. We also believe that donors deserve recognition for their charitable generosity.
In addition to acknowledging the gift, recognition walls throughout the medical center allow donors to honor a family member or special caregiver while also supporting our mission to enhance the health and well-being of our communities. Gifts may be designated to enhance the programs or services of the donor’s choosing and timely acknowledgments are mailed to the honoree and/or family of the deceased.
If you would like more information or would like to donate a plaque, please call the Foundation office at 732-294-7030 or email Foundation@CentraState.com. We thank you for your support.
History Timeline Wall
A permanent, history timeline wall has been installed along the walkway between the medical center and the Star and Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus. While this timeline portrays significant events and expansions of the hospital, its focus is on celebrating the vision of community residents and businesses who saw the need for a hospital in our community and through their continued involvement and support, witnessed its amazing growth over the past 40 years. You, your family or your business can become a permanent part of your hospital’s history. With a tax deductible gift, you have the opportunity to have an inscribed plaque at the foot of the decade wall. This creates a permanent recognition for you, your family, business, or to honor the memory of a deceased family member.
Cancer Care Wall
Gifts recognized on the Cancer Care Wall are restricted for cancer-related services,
educational programs, equipment and staff education. Programs offered through our Comprehensive Cancer Center include diagnostics, chemotherapy, the most advanced radiation therapy, robotic surgery as well as rehabilitation, education and prevention. This colorful “rainbow” wall is located in the walkway on the lower level of the Donna O’Donnell, RN Medical Arts Building.
Celebration of Life
This memorial plaque is located in the Donna O’Donnell, RN Medical Arts Building on the lower level. Gifts are restricted for our radiation therapy and other cancer programs. The peaceful setting, with a flowing fountain surrounded by greenery, is a fitting memorial for loved ones and friends.
CentraState’s Emergency Department is a state-of-the-art Level II emergency facility designed, equipped and staffed to provide prompt, quality emergency care for patients of all ages 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Gifts restricted for this department provide advanced equipment, enhanced services and staff education. The wall is located in the reception area of the Emergency Department.
First Impressions Labor & Delivery
Having a baby is a joyous event for the entire family, especially for the new mom, dad and grandparents. Your gift in honor of the new arrival will help ensure that CentraState has the latest technology to keep future parents and their new little ones comfortable, happy and secure during their stay. Gifts also support childbirth & parenting classes and the perinatology program. This wall is located in the First Impressions Labor & Delivery unit on the second floor just off the main lobby of the hospital.
Gifts from the Heart
“Gifts from the Heart” donations are restricted to our cardiac program and will enhance the quality of care we offer our patients and provide the most advanced equipment and services they require to maintain healthy hearts. Comprehensive services include state-of-the-art technology to identify and evaluate heart conditions and monitor patients’ progress following treatment for a heart-related condition. The wall is located outside of the Thomas J. Blanchet Cardiac Diagnostic Center in the Star and Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus.
CentraState’s programs offer state-of-the art technology and the most current treatment protocols, delivered by highly trained and experienced professionals. Donations for the Oncology Wall are designated for medical, educational, emotional and spiritual support for our patients and their families. This wall is located in the Oncology Department on the 4th floor of the Medical Center.