The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation is now accepting nominations from the public for 175th Anniversary Medalists. Over the next three years we will recognize 175 remarkable individuals and institutions from Brooklyn’s past and present that embody the spirit of community service and have made a unique contribution to the depth, breadth, individuality and well-being of Brooklyn.
March 6, 2019
Baseball Legend Darryl Strawberry Visits TBHC with Borough President Eric Adams for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
On March 5, The Brooklyn Hospital Center hosted two special guests who helped kick off TBHC’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and Darryl Strawberry, baseball icon, author, pastor and colorectal cancer survivor, who said: “I was hard-headed; I thought I didn’t need a doctor. I was wrong. And now I’m urging others to get screened for colorectal cancer.”
February 7, 2019
The Brooklyn Hospital Center Launched 175th Anniversary with Laurie Cumbo, Fort Greene Park Conservancy and Walt Whitman
Throughout 2019 to 2021, The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) will celebrate its 175th anniversary as Brooklyn’s first hospital, as well as recognize the organizations and icons that have shared the hospital’s time in history, contributing to the world’s most dynamic community.
December 13, 2018
TBHC Champions and Visionaries
The Brooklyn Hospital Center, one of its leading physician leaders, and one of its excellent nurse managers all figured prominently at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle’s Champions and Visionaries of Healthcare event at Dyker Beach Golf Club. A central message of the evening was that no one has to cross a bridge or go through a tunnel to seek the finest healthcare available.