Jefferson Receives $50 Million Gift From the Honickman Family to Name New Facility
Introducing the Honickman Center: Reimagining the Patient Experience
Jefferson is pleased to announce a life-changing—and life-saving—$50 million gift from Lynne and Harold Honickman and their children Marjorie and Jeffrey Honickman and Shirley and Richard Hahn, in support of its new 19-story medical building rising at 11th and Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia.
Opening in 2024, Jefferson’s bicentennial year, the newly-named Honickman Center will be the state-of-the-art linchpin to Jefferson’s strategy to revolutionize modern healthcare by blending physical and virtual care. This technological marvel will centralize an array of clinical services into a future-ready, accessible facility for a seamless patient experience.
The Honickman Center will enable Jefferson to expand its commitment to improving lives for families and communities across the region, transforming and reimagining healthcare not only for the citizens of Philadelphia, but also the city itself.
Jefferson is grateful to the Honickman family and the more than 1,300 donors who have already contributed to the historic project.
To read the announcement and learn more about the Honickman Center, click here.