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Make your reservation now for “Grants Lunch and Learn.” In this 1-hour session we will talk about the Federal grants process and what it takes to put together a large application. These applications can often be daunting. We’ll talk about the common elements and discuss what you can do to be “grant ready.”

Meet Melissa, A Fund Recipient Posted March 18, 2015

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Melissa Tiller needed a colonoscopy, but wasn’t sure where to turn. Her mom has been diagnosed with endometrial cancer and after further diagnosis is found

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Thanks 2014 Donors! Posted March 5, 2015

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Thank you to all our donors for making 2014 a year of life changing support for the patients served at CoxHealth.

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Food For A Woman’s Heart luncheon is far more than a meal and social time. It is a focus on women and the heart disease that continues to take too many lives each year. Women focus on their family, their job and taking care of everyone else before themselves. This event works to put the focus back on this disease, ways they can prevent it and live healthier lives. Here are three profiles of our Champions of this cause. The event is February 26th at Touch Restaurant beginning at 10:30 AM.

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If you are a CoxHealth employee wishing to enroll in the Charlie’s Fund Tobacco Cessation program please read the Fund Program Requirements then complete both the Enrollment application and the Fund Attestation documents and fax to 417-269-9599 or inner office mail to: CoxHealth Foundation Medical South, Suite 204. To turn in personally the physical address is 3525 S. National, Suite 204, Springfield, MO 65807.

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Melissa Tiller was caught with no insurance, a family history of cancer and symptoms that led her to believe something was wrong. Thanks to the Colorectal Cancer Prevention Fund, she received a free colonoscopy and is now back on the road to good health. Here is her story.

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Bill and Tammy both have diabetes. Tammy has fought her weight her entire life. When she was diagnosed with diabetes she was instructed that losing

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Hospice Foundation of the Ozarks recently awarded CoxHealth Foundation a $99,500 grant that will help health care providers implement Transportable Physician Orders for Patient Preferences (TPOPP). TPOPP allows patients with serious illnesses to define their end-of-life care wishes and have those wishes written as a physician’s order that travels with the patient across the continuum of care.

CARE GIVER Campaign Posted September 24, 2014

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Adopt a room in the new Dee Ann White Women’s and Children’s Hospital or Jared Neuroscience Center. You can “own” a piece of our community’s history as we build the next generation of medical care on the Cox South campus. All gifts are fully tax deductible and can be pledged over a period of time up to five years. Contact the CoxHealth Foundation at 269-7150 or lisa.alexander@coxhealth.com for more information and room availability.

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Another great year for the women of our community in the fight against breast cancer with our annual tourney!