Calvary Hospital

  • Dawn Greene Hospice interiors

  • Dawn Greene Hospice signage

  • Dawn Greene Hospice Dedication, October 1, 2014, (left to right): Scott LaRue, President, ArchCare; Steven J. Golub, past Chairman, Calvary Fund Board of Directors; Nancy D’Agostino, VP, Community Patient Services, Calvary; Frank A. Calamari, President & CEO, Calvary; Michael J. Brescia, MD, Executive Medical Director, Calvary; His Eminence Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan; Christina McInerney, President & CEO, Jerome L. Greene Foundation; Thomas J. Fahey, Jr., MD, Chairman, Calvary Hospital Board of Directors; and Sister Sean William O’Brien, O.Carm, Executive Director, Mary Manning Walsh Home

  • Dawn Greene Hospice Opening: Christina McInerney, President and CEO, Jerome L. Greene Foundation with His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan

Calvary Expands Programs of Care in Manhattan

“My mother understood the importance of making Calvary care more available to people in this great city. The Dawn Greene Hospice is truly the fulfillment of her dream.”
— Christina McInerney, President & CEO, JLGreene Foundation

“Each and every patient has been a Manhattan resident, who, without the Dawn Greene Hospice, would not have had access to Calvary inpatient care in the community in which they live.”
— Nancy D’Agostino, RN, MSN

JLGreene donated $4 million to Calvary Hospital in order to open the critically needed Dawn Greene Hospice in 2014. Calvary is recognized internationally for its excellence in hospice and palliative care. With the opening of The Dawn Greene Hospice, Calvary is now able to offer state-of-the-art inpatient care in Manhattan. With its own multi-faith chapel, The Dawn Greene Hospice is located on the 15th floor of Mary Manning Walsh Home on the Upper East Side. It was officially dedicated by Cardinal Dolan on October 1, 2014.

The creation of such a facility as discussed in Calvary’s Crossroads Newsletter was a dream of Dawn Greene’s, and it has been named in her honor. A great admirer of Calvary’s exceptional service, she also left an unrestricted bequest of $5 million to the hospital, Calvary’s largest single gift ever.