When a child is undergoing hospital treatment, having access to some of the comforts of home can go a long way for the family. The Conine Clubhouse, located on the hospital campus, offers just that.
About the Conine Clubhouse
Conine Clubhouse, named in honor of World Series champion Jeff Conine and his family, opened in May 1997 to serve as a "home away from home" for families of children receiving medical care at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Families can stay free of charge (based on availability) in a comfortable and nurturing environment. Since opening, the Conine Clubhouse has housed many families from across the United States and other countries.
A physician, social worker or nurse must make guest referrals to Conine Clubhouse. We aim to keep our wait list as short as possible, to help give families in need a chance to stay at our beautiful facility.
To receive information about the Conine Clubhouse or to check availability, call 954-265-9377.
The Conine Clubhouse offers many of the amenities of home – and more. Features of this well-maintained "home away from home" include:
- Private bedrooms with private baths
- Suites for larger families
- Shared living room
- Playroom for young children
- Laundry facilities
- A chapel for quiet reflection
Believe – You Can Make a Difference
The clubhouse is a nonprofit residence that obtains funding through the annual Conine All-Star Golf Classic, as well as through planned gifts and individual donations to Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation. Please help maintain the Clubhouse and assist future guests by making a financial contribution. Gifts of any size are welcome and appreciated. You can make a donation in several ways:
- Call 954-265-3454
- Visit the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation
- Make a check payable to Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation/Conine Clubhouse and mail to: