PROJECT 2019-2020
Schneider Regional Medical Center in St. Thomas VI, US

Featured Artist: Michael Ryan

Hit by two Category 5 hurricanes in 2017, this critical community hospital serves residents and guests of both St. Thomas and St. John. It suffered incredible damage to buildings and equipment and lost most of its artwork. 

  HAW is privileged to begin collecting original art for Schneider Regional Medical Center. The hospital continues to restore critical infrastructure and operational needs, such as new roofing, new equipment, and the awaited reopening of its cancer care center. The healing value of art is recognized, but replacement of art is not in the foreseeable budget. HAW is inviting artists to donate to this project NOW. If you would like to be involved as a financial donor, please contact us. If you are an artist wanting to donate a painting, please fill out the PDF form here.

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PROJECT 2015-2016
Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children


Featured Artist: Terri Morse

What began in 1940 as a pediatric orthopedic institute is now a world-renowned full-service children’s hospital. Today, families from all over the globe turn to Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, in Wilmington, Delaware, to care for their kids.
  The newly expanded hospital was designed by families for families. The thoughts and ideas of children, parents, and caregivers helped inspire the design of the new space – an environment to promote children's physical, emotional and spiritual healing. They've created a children's hospital like no other in the region, giving patients and families the promise of even better days to come. Artwork is front and center throughout the newly expanded space, and Healing Art Works' goal to bring more original art to patient spaces has served to enhance the hospital's initiative to exhibit art for healing purposes throughout the campus.

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PROJECT 2013-2014
Cancer Center of Paoli Hospital

Featured Artist: Nicola Soricelli

Paoli Hospital has been a committed community partner for more than a century, providing a superior patient experience through its blend of advanced clinical and compassionate care. The Cancer Center of Paoli Hospital, a Fox Chase Cancer Center Partner, offers Philadelphia's western suburbs a comprehensive and innovative oncology program in the fight against breast, prostrate, colorectal, lung, and other cancers. The Cancer Center recognizes the value of original art, not only in creating a restful environment for patients, but also in enhancing the overall healthcare experience for patients, their families, and hospital staff. Healing Art Works' goal to bring original art to patient spaces complements the hospital's initiative to exhibit art for healing purposes throughout its campus. Once again, the Cancer Center received a full three-year renewal approval by the Commission on Cancer, recognizing it as one of the nation's best in cancer care. The Center offers comprehensive care provided by a multidisciplinary team, including personalized services ranging from prevention to survivorship, including chemotherapy, bio and radiation therapy, and complementary therapies. Cancer Center services are conveniently available at Paoli Hospital and the Main Line Health Centers in Collegeville and Exton.


PROJECT 2011-2012
The Chester County Hospital


Featured Artist: Lin Webber

The Chester County Hospital (TCCH) and Health System is an organization dedicated to the health and well-being to the people in Chester County, PA, and surrounding areas. TCCH is embarking on a campus expansion to better serve the needs of the communities it serves. The plans include a new, four-story 

patient care tower with 72 private beds.

  Healing Art Works has been working with TCCH to collect artwork for the patient rooms in this new state-of-art facility, helping "make lives better every day" by enhancing patient, family, and staff experiences.

  Founded in 1892, TCCH today is the only independent, locally-governed, nonprofit community hospital in the County, driven by a charitable mission to treat all in the community regardless of their ability to pay. In an ongoing effort to provide the most progressive services available, the Hospital has created unique partnerships 

with clinical leaders including the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic for heart surgery; the University of Pennsylvania 

for cancer, radiation oncology and radiology; and the The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) for pediatrics 

and neonatal care. 


PROJECT 2009-2010
Cooper University Hospital


Featured Artist: Elise Phillips

Healing Art Works teamed with Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, to place donated, original art in patient care locations. Each year, over 25,000 patients are admitted to Cooper for exceptional medical care. With its comprehensive services and cutting-edge technology, the hospital is renowned for its prestigious 

Signature Programs in cardiology, cancer, critical care, trauma, orthopaedics, and neurology.

  Cooper recently opened its new Pavilion, with beautiful amenities including all-private patient rooms, spacious family waiting areas, and soothing color palates complemented by natural light. Additional campus inpatient locations include the Kelemen and Dorrance buildings, which are receiving extensive physical upgrades to achieve the optimum patient experience.

  As a "Planetree" hospital, Cooper is focused on patient- and family-centered care. This approach to healthcare 

promotes mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and physical healing. It empowers patients and families through the  exchange of information and encourages healing partnerships with caregivers. The objective is to maximize positive 

healthcare outcomes by integrating optimal medical therapies and incorp-orating art and nature into the healing environment.

  Healing Art Works believes the value of original works of art will complement Cooper's initiatives to highlight art throughout its patient buildings in order to enhance patient, family, and staff experiences.


American Cancer Society
Hope Lodge


Featured Artist: Judy Antonelli

Healing Art Works teamed with the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge® program to place donated, original art in its two Pennsylvania locations, the new AstraZeneca Hope Lodge of the American Cancer Society in the Philadelphia area, 

and the Hope Lodge of Central Pennsylvania in Hershey, PA. We collected 54 pieces of donated original art; the collection contributes to the home-like environment created at each facility 

  Since 1970, Hope Lodges have been providing cancer patients and their families with a free, temporary place to stay while patients are undergoing treatments away from home. By removing the worry of where to stay and what it will cost, patients canfocus on what is important: getting well.  

  In 2007, more than 18,000 patients, caregivers, and family members stayed at Hope Lodge locations nationwide, proving that Hope Lodges do indeed give hope a home. The environment is designed to feel like home with both private and public spaces for guests, allowing for quiet reflection as well as community interaction. The average length of stay is six to eight weeks.

  Healing Art Works believes the value of original art will enhance the stays of patients and their families, by contributing to the homelike environment created at each facility.


The Children's Hospital of 
Philadelphia (CHOP)


Featured Artist: April D'Angelo

Healing Art Works was pleased to announce Project 2007: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA.  

  Ranked as the #1 children’s hospital in the nation by both U.S.News & World Report and Child magazines, The 

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia provides a rich and diverse artistic experience for its patients and their families. Permanent installations such as mosaic collages and sculptures highlight public areas. Art created by the children adorns hallways. Patients even have the opportunity to present their creations in operable frames just outside their doors, providing personalization to their rooms during their stays.

  An internal art committee at the hospital seeks to introduce more original artwork throughout the hospital’s existing and expanding patient and public spaces. The hospital’s commitment to embrace the power of original art is the perfect complement to Healing Art Works’ mission.Both entities are very enthusiasticabout this exciting opportunity.


Penn State Hershey: Milton S. Hershey Medical Center


Featured Artist: Cheryl Decker Sauder

Healing Art Works is proud to have partnered with the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA for its inaugural project. Project 2006 focused on providing original works of art for the 

facility’s Women’s Health Center Depart-ment of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The project was a resounding success and received an incredible amount of support with generous contributions from more than 35 artists.     

  On Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Hershey Medical Center staff generously hosted a reception to honor Healing Art Works and the many artists who so generously contributed to this inaugural project.