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The Washington Home Inpatient Center

Building on a most extraordinary gift of $2 Million from The Washington Home Foundation, Capital Caring Health is expanding its inpatient care for persons with advanced and life-limiting illness with the opening of a new inpatient hospice care unit at Sibley Memorial Hospital. Scheduled to open in 2021, an additional $500,000 is needed in order to meet this timeline.

The new ten-bed private room facility, aptly named the The Washington Home Inpatient Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, will expand much needed comprehensive advanced illness care in the Northwest DC and Montgomery County, Maryland region. This new world-class facility will be the first of its kind in Northwest Washington, DC to provide specialized care to patients facing their end of life journey.

Capital Caring Health has been focused on expanding care to serve more members of the community and this new facility will be the fifth inpatient center for the organization.

Renderings of our New Inpatient Unit

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Testimonials

“It’s extremely gratifying to continue our partnership with The Washington Home in building this new inpatient facility which is a true reflection of our shared mission and values. The revered Washington Home name will live on through this facility, following its 131 years of service to the Washington Metro area, and together we will continue to provide the highest quality care available to our community.” – Tom Koutsoumpas, Capital Caring Health President and CEO

“We are pleased to be a part of such a valuable community project. This beautiful facility will honor our legacy to provide Washington DC and Maryland residents with access to compassionate care at the end of life.” – Sharon Collins Casey, Chair of the Board of The Washington Home

“This substantial donation to establish a specialized end-of-life facility will undoubtedly make a significant impact in our community that has increasing need for this type of care.” – Phyllis Dillinger, CEO/CFO of The Washington Home

Thank you to our generous donors

Naming Opportunities

Naming opportunities exist in our new facility for donors who wish to remember a loved one or a Capital Caring Health healthcare professional. For more information, please contact Laura Branker at 703-538-2077 or stewardship@capitalcaring.org for inquiries and questions.