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The passing of our CoxHealth family member from COVID-19 weighs heavily on our hearts. It is the desire of the CoxHealth organization to establish a Marie Brumbaugh Survivor’s Scholarship Fund to assist her family in caring for her child Kendallyn, age 10. The CoxHealth Foundation will be receiving your donations in honor and in memory of Marie by clicking on the following link and putting Marie B Fund in the text box when asked what your donation supports. Thank you for keeping our co-worker and her family in your hearts and prayers. Please also honor her and the CoxHealth team by wearing your mask and social distancing.

Cox College OPEN HOUSE cancelled Posted September 8, 2020

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The CoxHealth Foundation is sorry to announce that the VIP and community open houses scheduled for September 10 and 12 have been cancelled. Due to

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Click here for details on how you can pick a tiered package of services at this great low price of $99.

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If you are wondering what to do financially during the pandemic, here is some guidance to assist you in keeping your hard earned dollars more secure. Shelly Titus is a member of the CoxHealth Foundation Estate and Financial Planning Committee.

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However, if you still want to ante up your support, please click here to make a donation and enter in Strike Out ALS in the

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Hello Happy CRAP-ers! Despite COVID-19 causing us to cancel CRAP (Colo-Rectal Awareness Party) 2020, the MISSION must go on. Please take a few minutes to

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CoxHealth Masks For Sale Posted July 14, 2020

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Girls Just Wanna Run Virtual race period begins July 13th and runs through July 22nd! Participants can register up until that date and receive a

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From left to right: Lisa Alexander, president of the CoxHealth Foundation; Steve Edwards, president and CEO of CoxHealth; Doug Parker, regional community bank president of

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The Cox College open house postponed in April has been rescheduled for September 12th for the community. This $6.9 million project was 100% funded through

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