But when it comes to financing special projects to improve technology and to increase the variety of services offered locally, we need your help. The rapid changes in rural health care require medical centers to seek private funds for capital growth and replacement of equipment, educational opportunities for staff, the purchase of new technology and more.
Area youth with diabetes (type 1 and type 2) are encouraged to apply for a full campership to Camp Hertko Hollow ($650 value) for the 2017 season. Application packets are available here, at Winneshiek Medical Center, through school nurses at all Winneshiek County schools, Winneshiek County Public Health and the Decorah Public Library.
Applications should be returned to Winneshiek Medical Center Nutrition Services and be postmarked by February 3, 2017. For more information, call 563-387-3158. To partner with the WMC Foundation to continue funding for the Diabetes Campership program, call 563-387-3129.
This year, the goal of the 2016 Annual Fund is $175,000 for new ultrasound equipment. WMC Radiology will update equipment that will include a 3D/4D ultrasound. This will help providers give more precise and timely diagnostic results to patients. Learn how your helping hands can impact local health care.
Please Support the WMC Foundation
The Winneshiek Medical Center Foundation is a non-profit organization with the stated purpose of soliciting and managing gifts of money and/or property to be used to help ensure continued quality health care for our region.
There are several different ways to support the Foundation, from tax-deductible gifts, such as cash, pledges, securities, life insurance and real estate, or consider donating to our Annual Fund.
We invite you to review the many ways of giving to and supporting the Winneshiek Medical Center Foundation. For additional information, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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WMC Foundation: Supporting Youth with Diabetes
Carson and Morgan carry a great deal of responsibility compared to other children their age, and when their families heard of the Winneshiek Medical Center Foundation’s program to send two kids with diabetes to a special camp, they each sent in an application.