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Jefferson’s Year in Review

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  • Jefferson appoints H. Richard Haverstick, Jr. as Interim CEO
  • Mobile Vaccination Team administers 5,000 vaccines this year
  • Dr. Helen Burns is named President of the Organization of Nurse Leaders NJ


  • Dr. Edith Mitchell is recognized on the 2022 Power of Diversity: Black 100 List
  • Topping off ceremony is held for the Honickman Center


  • Dr. Andrew Chapman is named the Director of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
  • National Doctors’ Day raises $168,130
  • Scholarship Dinner is held
  • Dr. Marion Siegman makes a $3.2 million gift to renovate the University archives in Center City


  • Jefferson Health – Abington Gala raises $153,000
  • Palm Beach Lecture is held, featuring a talk on “The Evolving Role of Nursing in Healthcare”
  • The Philadelphia Planning Commission approves Jefferson’s plan to construct a proton therapy center at Jefferson Torresdale Hospital
  • Giving Day raises $2.2 million


  • Magee Rehabilitation Hospital’s Night of Champions raises $260,000
  • Jefferson Health – New Jersey Gala—featuring The Beach Boys—raises $636,000


  • The June Fete Fair is held for the first time since 2019


  • Amazon recognizes Magee Rehabilitation Hospital for their work with Amazon Alexa devices in patients’ rooms
  • Dr. Mark L. Tykocinski is named President of Thomas Jefferson University


  • Magee Rehabilitation Hospital raises $34,000 at its annual tennis event


  • Thomas Jefferson University holds the annual Celebration of Innovation
  • Jefferson Health and BAYADA Home Health Care join forces to form “Jefferson Health at Home by BAYADA”
  • Dr. Joseph Cacchione begins his CEO tenure
  • Partnership between Jefferson and Università Cattolica will expand the Vickie and Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience to Expand to Italy


  • Jefferson announces the David Farber ASPIRE Center, thanks to a $2.5 million gift from the Farber family
  • Sidney Kimmel Medical College hosts its annual Alumni Weekend
  • Methodist Fashion Show is held
  • Jefferson Health and Temple Health, coordinated through the Jefferson Collaborative for Health Equity, host ribbon cutting and dedication of the Frazier Family Coalition for Stroke Education and Prevention


  • Einstein Healthcare Network’s 70th Annual Harvest Ball raises over $700,000
  • 20th Annual Jefferson Gala raises $1.7 million for the Honickman Center
  • Rams Rise Up challenge raises $109,000 in support of Thomas Jefferson University’s athletics programs
  • Jefferson receives $50 million gift from the Honickman family to name the Honickman Center


  • The Sidney Kimmel Medical College alumni Bulletin celebrates its 100th anniversary
  • Dr. Baligh R. Yehia is named President of Jefferson Health