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2012 Report to the Community
Learn about some of the exciting new developments at Regions Hospital Foundation by reading Connections to the Community: 2012 Report to the Community. The report features stories about a burn injury prevention program, the hospital’s new mental health facility and how it is improving care, the comprehensive care provided to a patient with a pituitary tumor and two doctors who helped the foundation raise nearly $1 million as part of its 2012 employee giving campaign.
Regions Hospital Foundation’s newsletter, published twice each year, highlights hospital programs and describes various ways the community can become involved.
This issue focuses on the some of the many programs that make Regions a critical care leader. It also highlights some of the programs that are being funded through donations to our mental health campaign, including Make It OK, an effort to fight the stigma associated with mental illnesses. Finally it summarizes the success of the 3rd annual Alzheimer’s Fundraising Breakfast, whose proceeds will help fund the HealthPartners Center for Memory and Aging.
Mental illnesses are some of our society’s greatest health challenges. Regions and HealthPartners have responded by making the largest private investment in mental health in the state’s history. Read this newsletter to learn how charitable contributions are playing a key role in this initiative.
Read about a patient whose deep brain stimulation surgery at Regions Hospital helped relieve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Also included is information about the hospital’s cardiovascular services and its efforts to transform mental health care.
Read about a patient who is leading a healthier lifestyle after completing Regions Hospital’s Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation program. Also included is information about the successful 2011 Wine Auction, the completed renovation of the Emergency Center, and more.
Read about the hospital’s new mental health building, the 2011 Wine Auction, and ways charitable contributions have improved the experience of Cancer Care Center patients.