BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE


Healthcare is rapidly changing, with technological advances, new care delivery models, and the formation of large health systems. Holy Name sees these changes as an opportunity to embrace innovation and use our distinct independent status as the foundation for building a truly state-of-the-art healthcare campus.

Our vision for the future of Holy Name has been outlined in a multi-phase expansion plan covering a series of improvement projects proposed for the next 20 years. This plan will enable us to deliver comprehensive, world-class care tailored to the unique needs of the community we serve.

The incredible improvements we have planned will greatly benefit all of Teaneck and we can’t wait to get started.

EXPANDING TO MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR GROWING COMMUNITY


  • Holy Name will remain competitive as a high-quality, independent hospital, yet always responding first and foremost to the needs of our community.
  • State-of-the-art facilities will allow for expanded care offerings, the adoption of cutting-edge technology, and an enhanced patient experience.
  • Clinical improvements will attract the most talented healthcare professionals, maintaining access to expert care options close to home.
  • Development will contribute to local economic growth, surpassing Holy Name’s current $25 million annual economic benefit to Teaneck.
 

RESPECTING OUR NEIGHBORS AND IMPROVING OUR NEIGHBORHOOD


  • Holy Name’s expansion plan incorporates two years of discussion and input from our neighbors.
  • New construction and development will occur on the side of the campus opposite from residences and towards existing commercial areas along Teaneck Road and Cedar Lane.
  • Current neighborhood thru-traffic will be eliminated with relocated hospital entrances, the creation of a cul-de-sac on Chadwick Road, and the closing of the Grange Road entrance.
  • Increased on-campus parking options will minimize disruptions to neighborhood street parking.
  • Additional trees and landscaping will further enhance the overall area, with 150 feet of “green space” to buffer the hospital from neighboring residences.