Current Areas of Need

Quality health care is enhanced with gifts we receive from people like you.

At Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, there are programs, services and facilities that would benefit from your financial support and every gift makes a difference. Below are the priority areas in need of your support.

Annual Fund - Your donation to the Annual Fund provides important resources to expand and enhance our patient care services, improve our facilities and acquire new equipment and technology. Read More

Contributions to the Annual Fund ensure that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset will continually be able to give the community the gift of good health.

The Steeplechase Cancer Center - Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset’s full-service outpatient cancer center enables patients to see their doctors, undergo treatment and participate in promising research studies - all in one place close to home. Read More »

The Edward and Anita Hogan Neuroscience Pavilion - In November 2012, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset opened an all-inclusive neuroscience pavilion to provide comprehensive neurological care to the community. The new unit features hotel-caliber rooms and state-of-the-art technology. Read More »

Community Health - Each year, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset provides education programs, health screenings and support groups to the community, including disease-specific outreach programs and initiatives targeted to children, seniors and the underserved. Read More »

For more information or to learn about other Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset programs, please contact:

Stephen F. Izzo
Director of Development
(908) 685-2439
Stephen.Izzo@rwjhbh.org

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