It opened its doors as The Jewish Hospital in 1866, with a few thousand dollars in donations, and an inspired idea: to provide medical care to "the sick and wounded without regard to creed, color or nationality."
In its first 50 years, more than 203,000 patients had received skilled, compassionate care within its walls.
Fast forward to today. What grew to become Einstein Healthcare Network comprises three hospitals and MossRehab, the top-ranked physical rehabilitation network in the state, admitting more than 40,000 patients and treating nearly 650,000 outpatients in 2015 alone.
Want to know more about how that little hospital with the big idea grew?
Check out our infographic.