The naming rights for Christ Hospital’s main tower in Jersey City is going for $10 million, according to their parent company CarePoint Health.
“CarePoint’s commitment to serving the Hudson County community is absolute — this year alone we have provided over $70 million in charity care to uninsured and underinsured residents who desperately needed care,” CarePoint President and CEO Dr. Achintya Moulick said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to provide an opportunity for businesses and individuals to leave a lasting legacy in healthcare while helping ensure continued access to high-quality healthcare for everyone in our community. Caring for our community is more than just our responsibility; it’s our passion and we look forward to partnering with philanthropic leaders who share our vision for a healthier and more vibrant Hudson County.”
In addition to the main hospital tower, the naming rights of various units, departments, and endowed chairs will be available at $1 million and above.
The naming rights initiative will support the continued excellence of CarePoint Health’s three safety-net hospitals, invest in cutting-edge technology, recruit top-tier medical talent, and enhance the overall patient experience, officials said.
The Just Health Foundation, the newly formed charitable arm of CarePoint, will be partnering in the naming rights initiative.