CarePoint Health is launching their philanthropic arm, a nonprofit called the Just Health Foundation, with their kickoff fundraising gala set for November 2nd.
” … By collaborating with local organizations, healthcare professionals, and utilizing cutting-edge technologies, we aim to revolutionize the healthcare landscape. Our vision is a future where accessible, high-quality care is available to all, regardless of background or circumstance,” CarePoint CEO and President Dr. Achintya Moulick said in a statement.
“The launch of the Just Health Foundation is a significant step forward as we expand our efforts to provide care, particularly for the underserved and often overlooked populations in Hudson County. The foundation’s mission aligns perfectly with our vision of promoting inclusivity, social responsibility, and equitable access to high quality care and I am looking forward to what we are going to be able to accomplish through the efforts of the Just Health Foundation.”
The Just Health Foundation’s primary objective is to bolster the work at CarePoint’s hospitals and will seek to raise funds in order to enhance key areas such as the Comprehensive Neuroscience Center, Center for Personalized Health, Cancer Programs, and the Neighborhood Health Center.
One of the foundation’s initial initiatives will be commemorating Christ Hospital’s Sesquicentennial with an Anniversary Celebration & Fundraising Gala, scheduled for November 2nd in Jersey City.
The event, organized by Christ Hospital Executive Vice President Dr. Marie Duffy and Vice President of Marketing, Strategy & Patient Experience Justin Drew, will mark 150 years of Christ Hospital’s unwavering commitment to compassion and care in the community.
CarePoint owns Christ Hospital in Jersey City, the Hoboken University Medical Center, and the Bayonne Medical Center and they received state approval to convert to a nonprofit in February.