How you can help ‘Make the Season Bright’ in 2017

The Make the Season Bright objective is simple.  Donors are encouraged to “purchase” a holiday light in honor, or memory, of someone special to them.  Those lights then represent both the honor intended from the donor to the honoree, while providing financial strength to many of the non-profit initiatives supported by Med Center Health Foundation.…

How you can help on Giving Tuesday – November 28

November 28th is #GivingTuesday and Med Center Health Foundation has two ways that you can help make a difference this year. Make a Guardian Angel Gift On #GivingTuesday make a Guardian Angel donation to the Community Clinic that helps provide medical or dental services to children who otherwise would not receive this service. Give now…

ECHO Fall Campaign Kicks off September 22

The Employees Contributing to Help Others (ECHO) Fall Kick-off event will be held on Friday, September 22 at High Street Park (across from ER) from 11:00am to 1:30pm. Our theme “ECHO Life” includes a dance by CFR Crazy Fun Republic at Noon, fishing for prizes and good music. Learn more about ECHO and why the…

Be an Angel: Eat at Blaze Pizza on August 20

On August 20, 2017, diners at Blaze Pizza will support a good cause – Guardian Angel Children’s Services. Guardian Angel is a program of the Community Clinic that helps provide medical or dental services to school aged children that might not be covered any other way. From 3pm to 9pm on August 20, 20% of the proceeds…

The Medical Center hosts Groundbreaking 
for UK College of Medicine-Bowling Green Campus

Groundbreaking for the UK College of Medicine-Bowling Green Campus took place Tuesday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. at The Medical Center at Bowling Green. This four-year, regional campus medical school is the first of its kind in Kentucky and is a partnership between The Medical Center, the University of Kentucky, and Western Kentucky University. “Through…

Kohl’s Grant Supports The Medical Center’s Newborn Care & Safety Class

Kohl’s Cares® has once again awarded Commonwealth Health Foundation a grant to enable The Medical Center to reach expectant parents with vital obstetrics education classes. This year’s grant totaling $31,381 will be used for The Medical Center’s Newborn Care and Safety Class which teaches expectant parents essential baby care skills.

“Having a baby can make parents feel apprehensive. They want to know the proper way to do everything from diapering, to feeding to comforting their newborn,” said Cindy Gilliam, OB Educator for The Medical Center. “The Newborn Care and Safety Class provides all this information and much more. It is one of our most attended classes. By teaching parents the basic skills they want and need to know, they feel much more comfortable and confident in caring for their new infant.”

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