Voluntarism: Grants

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Jamaica Hospital Medical Center

Grant Date: 10.22.2014
Amount: $36,000

To develop a peer volunteer program to support seniors at risk of readmission or other post-discharge complications.

New York Methodist Hospital

Grant Date: 10.22.2014
Amount: $37,000

To improve patient engagement in the hospital’s Web-based patient portal through volunteer-led promotion and education activities.

NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York

Grant Date: 10.22.2014
Amount: $40,000 over 15 months

Engaging volunteers to assist families whose children have serious cardiac problems in complying with complex medical regimens.

Beth Israel Medical Center

Grant Date: 06.15.2011
Amount: $34,000

To use volunteer health coaches to help patients manage their diabetes.

Metropolitan Hospital Center

Grant Date: 06.15.2011
Amount: $40,000

To use volunteers to provide intensive support to a group of patients with poorly controlled diabetes and help them better control their disease.

The Mount Sinai Medical Center

Grant Date: 06.15.2011
Amount: $40,000

To use volunteers to assist elderly patients who arrive at the emergency department unattended in order to prevent avoidable health complications and hospital admissions.

New York Methodist Hospital

Grant Date: 06.15.2011
Amount: $40,000

To use volunteers to help patients with congestive heart failure and their family caregivers before and after discharge so that they are knowledgeable about staying healthy and managing care at home.

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