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2013 Report to the Community
Learn about some of the exciting new developments at Regions Hospital Foundation by reading Milestones in Care: 2013 Report to the Community. The report features stories about the 50th anniversary of the Burn Center at Regions Hospital, the success of our mental health campaign, the celebration of our 25th Wine Auction and the building of our world-class Parkinson’s Center.
Regions Hospital Foundation’s newsletter, published twice each year, highlights hospital programs and describes various ways the community can become involved.
Read about the Lee and Penny Anderson HeroCare Program for Veterans, which offers specialized care to veterans experiencing mental illness. Also included are results from the record-breaking 2014 Wine Auction, information about the expanded Cancer Care Center and a goodbye letter from Brock Nelson, the retiring president and CEO of Regions.
This issue focuses on the 25th Annual Wine Auction, taking place on September 20, 2014. As with the event, the newsletter features four marquee programs: mental health, the neurosciences, the Cancer Care Center and emergency services.
This issue takes a closer look at the unique cancer care services offered by Regions. It also includes information about the record-breaking 2013 Wine Auction, the Make It OK documentary series on Twin Cities Public Television, and how health care reform will affect the hospital.
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.