Huntington Hospital

Huntington Hospital is a comprehensive, full-service, 408-bed nonprofit hospital that has been serving Huntington Township and the surrounding area since 1916. It was the first hospital on Long Island to achieve Magnet status – an honor that recognizes excellence in nursing – and is the only hospital in the region to receive Magnet accreditation three consecutive times. Huntington is a New York State-designated Stroke Center, Level II Trauma Center, and operates recognized Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health Surgery and Bariatric Surgery. Huntington offers an advanced robotic surgical program, a center for orthopedics and Joint Replacement Surgery, a designated Emergency and Elective Angioplasty program, designated comprehensive cancer program and comprehensive maternity and neonatal care services – which includes a full-scale midwifery program.

 

Ways to Support

Join us at a golf outing, gala, or other special event. Make a donation in honor of a special occasion, to celebrate the birth of a baby in memory of a loved one, or in tribute to an exceptional healthcare professional. Support a project or patient care area that is meaningful to you. There is a range of opportunities to support Huntington Hospital's healthcare mission. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. All are recognized and appreciated.  

 

Volunteer Opportunities

As a volunteer, you would be not only an integral and valuable component of the hospital's staff, but often a source of comfort and cheer to those who are caught in the experience of hospitalization. 

In 1917, 130 local women formed a "Woman's Auxiliary" at Huntington Hospital, performing many seemingly small tasks designed to lighten the load for the hospital staff. Over time, the name of the organization was changed, men and juniors joined the roster, and service expanded. Today, Huntington enjoys a robust program of over 500 volunteers, but the sense of dedication and purpose remains the same.

If you have a few hours, a sense of professionalism, and the ability to work well with others, you fit the volunteer profile. You'll find a comprehensive array of services to choose from. High school students ages 14-18 may pick up applications in the Volunteer Office, and information sessions for adults 18 and over are held monthly from September through June (there are no sessions in July and August). For more information, contact Huntington’s Volunteer Office, 631-351-2257.

 

Huntington Hospital FAQ's

How will my donation be used?

There are two types of gifts: restricted and unrestricted. Unrestricted gifts allow the hospital to decide which patient care area would most benefit from your generosity. Restricted gifts are those in which the donor directs his/her contribution to benefit a specific patient care area, the purchase of a piece of equipment, building project, or endowment. When you give to Huntington Hospital, you can be assured that your donation will be used in exactly the way that you intend. 

How will my donation be recognized?

Hospital donors are valued and appreciated. There are various recognition vehicles depending on the size of your gift and its area of designation.

All gifts (with the permission of the donor) of $500 or more are recognized in the Hospital's Annual Report published each year and distributed to over 100,000 households in Huntington and its surrounding communities. Gifts of $5,000 or more are recognized with the donor's name being publicly displayed within the hospital. Gifts are recognized cumulatively, meaning that all donors' giving is tracked annually. Some gifts have multiple recognitions.

Gifts can be made to name rooms, units, wings, and buildings. These opportunities begin with donations of $10,000.

Is my gift tax-deductible?

Huntington Hospital is a not-for-profit 501 (C) 3 organization. As such, all donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. 

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Huntington Hospital News

From left: Huntington’s Board Chairman, William Frazier, with gala honoree, Chris Giamo and Huntington Hospital President and CEO, Kevin Lawlor.

Huntington Hospital Annual Gala

Over $400,000 was raised and over 400 guests attended Huntington Hospital’s annual black-tie gala on Friday, December 6 at Oheka Castle. This year’s event, The Phantom Ball, honored Christopher Giamo, Regional President of TD Bank, Metro New York.

Proceeds from this record-breaking fundraising event will benefit the Capital Improvement Fund for Huntington Hospital. As a cornerstone of the Huntington community for nearly 100 years, and a member of the award-winning North Shore-LIJ Health System, continued investments in the Hospital’s infrastructure are needed to match the facility with the expertise of its physicians and staff. Huntington offers full access to world-class medicine, renowned specialists and unique services to Huntington and surrounding communities.

Program highlights from The Phantom Ball included performances by Brilliant Broadway, silent and live auctions and a special raffle for an all-expense paid trip for two to Paris, France. TD Bank, the Jorge Family and Huntington Hospital’s Medical Staff were the event’s major sponsors.

 
From left: Huntington President & CEO, Kevin Lawlor, with David Collins and Bill Frazier, President, Huntington Hospital Board of Trustees.

Huntington Hospital Celebrates Golf Classic Success

Over $235,000 was raised at Huntington Hospital’s Annual Golf Classic last Fall. Held at both the Huntington Country Club and Huntington Crescent Club, over 190 golfers participated in the event, which benefitted Advanced Surgical Services at Huntington Hospital. The event honored David A. Collins, Founder and Principal of the Law Offices of David A. Collins, and a Lloyd Harbor resident.

“We are tremendously grateful to David and to all those who supported our outing this year,” said Huntington’s President and CEO, Kevin Lawlor. “Funds raised through this event will help us to further our mission of attaining surgical superiority and providing nationally-recognized healthcare close to home.”

Following an afternoon of golf, highlights during the evening included raffle prizes, cocktail reception, awards dinner and a live auction of one-of-a-kind trips and merchandise. Alan Kisner, MD, Chief, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Huntington Hospital, served as Golf Classic Chairman.

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Carrie Bhada

Vice President, Development
631-470-5206
cbhada@nshs.edu

Julie Robinson-Tingue

Director, Public Affairs
631-470-5207
jrobinson@hunthosp.org