On Giving Tuesday, December 1, your gift of support will strengthen the Hospitality House Endowment Fund. This fund ensures that the Hospitality House continues to be able to offer a warm "Welcome Home" to hospital guests, free of cost for years to come! more: Hospitality House Endowment Supported through #GivingTuesday Participation
The Senior Perspectives Program at The Medical Center at Scottsville and Franklin has been recognized through a generous $8,000 cash award from Home Instead Senior Care. more: Senior Perspectives Receives Award
Jim Johnson and G. Michael Murphy were inducted into the Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky’s Business Hall of Fame on March 17. more: Foundation Leaders Honored
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.”
Positive energy and radiant goodness shine forth from Emily and Ronnie Martin who are part of the Commonwealth Health Corporation family. Warm sincerity and a passion for helping others make them gracious ambassadors for ECHO (Employees Contributing to Help Others). ECHO is an important channel of support for Commonwealth Health Foundation initiatives. more: Employees coming together
Gifts come in all shapes and sizes. An envelope bears a check, a fundraising event reflects countless donor hours, a smile beams the results of dental care. . . and a tree becomes a symbol of treasured memories from before, memories we create now, and memories we know will be cherished by future generations. more: Planting for the future
To know Jerry and Marilyn Patton is to love them! They are warm, engaging, interesting and funny. The handsome couple has been married for fifty years and worked together to raise a family and to run a business that helps others. In Edmonson County, Jerry, Marilyn and the folks at Patton Funeral Homes offer comfort and solace to people during one of the most difficult times of life. more: Comfort and solace during difficult times
The Medical Center-WKU Health Sciences Complex opened in August, 2013. This fabulous facility adds to the campus of The Medical Center and houses some of the most sophisticated technology available as both students and clinical staff perpetuate their education.
The Medical Center simulation lab is full of life-like virtual patients in realistic hospital care settings, allowing for a unique educational experience. more: When real-life scenarios occur
Dr. Tom Thompson believes in giving back to our community! He was born and raised on a farm near Owensboro in a large family. His family was not wealthy -- but his parents did their very best with what they did have, and Tom learned the practice of gratitude. Tom became an oral surgeon and has been blessed with a very successful practice in Bowling Green. Tom enjoys giving! He is inspired to give back in a meaningful way and finds personal fulfillment in helping those who are in need. more: The practice of gratitude
THE CAMPAIGN FOR EXCELLENCE was launched in 2013. The first project of the campaign was The Medical Center-WKU Health Sciences Complex.
The first gift of the year and the first gift to the Health Sciences Complex came from a very special lady, Agnes Clark. The gift was hand delivered to Connie Smith, President and CEO of Commonwealth Health Corporation and The Medical Center, by Mrs. Clark’s two children, Doug Potter and Leanna Andrews. Neither Agnes nor her husband, Frederick Clark could be present for they had both passed away. But their legacy lives on because of a generous bequest. more: A legacy lives on