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$25,000 Grant Received from Cooper Foundation We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Cooper Foundation to support our Pink Partner program! The Pink Partner program was established in 2013 to address low rates of mammograms in...
Announcing the New Hackney Family Endowment Fund Showing kindness and compassion creates lasting impressions that impact many lives for years to come. The late James (Jim) and Berta Hackney generously bequeathed a $500,000 endowment gift to Providence Foundation given...
Transformation Gift to Providence Foundation Ascension Providence's goal is to set a new standard for world class healthcare, keeping care close to home. We are committed to being Here For You when you and your loved ones need us most. As part of this goal, Providence...
Rodney and Judy Kroll have always been huge supporters of Providence. His 91 year old mother still volunteers at Providence Village three days a week. But in July of 2018, Rodney Kroll learned just what a difference Providence makes in the lives of its patients.
Finding a lump during her morning routine, Savanah realized her day was about to be anything but “routine”. “I knew I should get it checked, but didn’t have insurance”.
Haley Griffis, survivor of heart failure, shares her personal story of seeking urgent care during the pandemic.
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We were so excited to learn that our family was growing. Our son was a toddler and we thought the timing was perfect. At 8 weeks, however, I found myself experiencing increasing morning sickness, so I went to Dr. Manning to put my mind at ease.
I’ve always had a “team mentality.” There truly “is no ‘I’ in team.” Growing up in a family of four children, all within 5 years of age, we had to operate as a team in order to survive. I saw the team concept modeled by my grand-parents at a young age, then systematically implemented by excellent athletic coaches growing up.
It all started in August of 2004 when I started experiencing discomfort and pain in my chest. I went through several tests with my family doctor, with no results. The pain and frequency increased and he said the only sure way to find the problem was by having an angiogram.