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FAQ

What Is Sibley Memorial Hospital’s role in the Metropolitan Health Care Market?

Sibley is a nonprofit, full-service, 328-bed, acute-care community hospital serving the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. Our campus is also home to an assisted living residence, Grand Oaks, and the Sibley Renaissance, which houses the Center for Rehabilitation Medicine, Sibley Senior Services, skilled nursing care and a residential Alzheimer’s unit.

What Is the Mission of Sibley Memorial Hospital?

The mission of Sibley Memorial Hospital is to provide quality health services and facilities for the community, to promote wellness, to relieve suffering and to restore health as swiftly, safely and humanely as it can be done consistent with the best service we can give at the highest value for all concerned.

What Is the Role of the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation, and When Was It Established?

The sole mission of the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation is to generate philanthropic support to ensure that Sibley Memorial Hospital is positioned to meet the future health care needs of our community. The foundation was established in May of 2007 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

How Can I Make a Gift to Sibley?

There are many ways in which you may support Sibley Hospital Foundation’s programs and services with a tax-deductible donation. See more on our Make a Gift page.

Who Should I Contact If I Want to Make a Donation?

Carol Shannon
Vice President
202-370-6531
cshannon@jhmi.edu

For more information on ways to make a gift to Sibley, please contact the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation at 202-537-4257.