Past projects

Past projects include:

Purchased: Pediatric Plates – providing imaging with the least disruption and comfort to infants

Purchased: NICVIEW Technology – connecting newborns with their families virtually

COVID-19 PPE & Supplies – Provided food, housing and supplies during global pandemic

Supported the construction of the following units: Sleep Apnea Center, Center for Hyperbaric Medicine & Wound Healing, and Physician Lounge

Supported the renovation of the Post-Surgical Care Unit, Labor & Delivery Unit and Friends Café

$250K to Good Shepherd Hospice at Mercy

Purchased state of the art equipment in the Department of Radiology and Imaging, including MBI (Molecular Breast Imaging) for advanced women’s imaging and Cardiology.

$10K to Catholic Charities for Hurricane Sandy Families

In addition to raising funds for Mercy Hospital, the Friends of Mercy support local community events and advocate for our underserved neighbors by providing food and awareness through specialty projects. Most recently the Friends provided bicycles for youth in the community, and helped address food insecurity via their “Giving Garden” that supplied fresh vegetables to families facing hunger in the community.   They also sponsor health presentations with various topics aiming to bring general health and mental health awareness to the community. 

As a nonprofit, the Friends of Mercy are honored to support Mercy Hospital as they reinvest monies raised into world-class patient care, medical education and patient programs.

Any questions, please contact orcall 516-705-2618.

Thank you.

Proceeds & Support

Proceeds for the remaining half of 2021

Mercy Hospital in partnership with The Pain Institute of Long Island, has made a commitment to expand its pain management services with the development of a 5,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art center on Mercy’s campus. The Pain Management Center of Excellence will be located on the lower level of the Miracle Building and will boast highly advanced equipment, multiple treatment options to give patients safe and effective pain management (without the need of opioids) and an interdisciplinary team of physicians and medical professionals to assist with the management of acute and chronic pain.


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