Across the country critical access hospitals (25 beds or less) like Cox Monett are closing. In fact two shut their doors in Missouri in 2018. It has become harder and harder for health systems to support rural healthcare, putting over 89 hospitals nationwide in financial jeopardy. In 2018 however, CoxHealth announced that not only did it value rural health and access to care, but it would invest in Cox Monett, building a new hospital starting in 2019. In January of this year, with the support of the Cox Monett Community Advisory Board, the decision was made to launch a fundraising campaign to assist the hospital in being the best for those it will serve.
The Momentum Campaign gives the region the chance to show it’s pride in their local community hospital and the great value it brings in attracting people, businesses and opportunity to Monett and the surrounding area as well as the highest quality care. All donations are tax deductible and a variety of donor opportunities exist for recognition in supporting the campaign.
Click here for more on the Campaign, Donor Opportunities or to make a pledge today. For more information on the project or making a donation, please contact Lisa Alexander, President at 417-269-7109 or email@example.com
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Donations to CoxHealth Foundation List Grows, Gratefully Received Posted Mar 30, 2020 By Brandi VanAntwerp
The CoxHealth Foundation continues to receive gifts daily from across the Ozarks and beyond. The generosity of our community has come in many forms. There
Employee (Covid-19) Heroes Fund Posted Mar 19, 2020 By Brandi VanAntwerp
We are pleased to announce a new resource for our employees to thank them for their dedication and selfless acts during this crisis. The CoxHealth Employee Heroes Fund has been established with two gifts; $1 million approved by CoxHealth Board Chairman Chuck Chalender, and a $100,000 personal gift from our president and CEO, Steve Edwards, his wife Jennifer and family.
Covid-19 postpones two CoxHealth Foundation events, new dates set Posted Mar 19, 2020 By Brandi VanAntwerp
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, the CoxHealth Foundation has announced two upcoming events that have been postponed to a later date for the safety of
Protect Yourself from Potential Fraud Posted Mar 06, 2020 By Brandi VanAntwerp
Elder Abuse on the Rise. This month learn more about Elder Fraud and help stop the abuse. This article is provided by CoxHealth Foundation Financial and Estate Planning Council Member Andrea McKinney of Central Trust Company.
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To give to the CoxHealth Foundation means you want to offer compassion and understanding while at the same time supporting hope and possibly- cure. We call it Philanthropy for Life because gifts to health care improve, extend and enhance people’s lives.
Life can often hand us cards called cancer and heart disease, Parkinson’s and stroke. Accidents can change a life. Fate takes all control away. When this is you and you need a helping hand, the CoxHealth Foundation is a resource to help put your life back into your control.
You don’t have to be a doctor or nurse to impact community health. Everyone has the ability to be a care giver. The CoxHealth Foundation has many ways for you to get involved in making a difference.
One of life’s great gifts is good health. Unfortunately, until we lose it, too many of us take it for granted. At CoxHealth we never take for granted that you depend on us to provide the highest level of quality care. Our dedicated staff of physicians, nurses and other medical specialists work to ensure that you and your family have every opportunity for good health. To support our efforts, join our donor family at the CoxHealth Foundation. Please call us at 417-269-7150 for for more information.