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Making an Impact with Care & Compassion

The Campaign for St. Mary’s

Latest Update - May 2:

We’re pleased to announce that construction has begun on the new Infusion Therapy Center at St. Mary’s! A groundbreaking ceremony for the new building was held on May 1. To date, St. Mary’s employees and generous donors throughout the community have contributed $5.7 million toward the campaign goal of $6.5 million. Thank you!

St. Mary's campaign leadership team break ground on the new Infusion Center site.

Pictured from left to right: Christopher Bowe, MD, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center Chief Medical Officer, Regis Lepage, Capital Campaign Cabinet, Carolyn Lepage, Capital Campaign Cabinet and Board of Directors Member, Mark Anthoine, Capital Campaign Co-Chair and Board of Directors Chair, Denise Timberlake, RN, Capital Campaign Employee Campaign Chair, Deb Anthoine, Capital Campaign Co-Chair, John Isaacson, Capital Campaign Cabinet and Board of Directors Member, Steven Jorgensen, St. Mary’s Health System President.

 

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Phase 1 — Completed February 2017: Move the child and adolescent behavioral health unit into the renovated, more contemporary space within the hospital. The new unit was built by local construction company H.E. Harriman and has been well received by patients, families and staff. 
Phase 2 — April 2019 through Spring 2020: Construct a new, two-story building that will support our oncology, rheumatology, and infusion patients, ensuring that these services can be delivered in a convenient, accessible, and comfortable outpatient setting where uplifting and personalized care is provided. The new building will be constructed by local construction company Hebert Construction.
Phase 3 — Spring 2020 through Spring 2021:  Move adult behavioral care space, including inpatient psychiatric care, from the hospital’s oldest buildings to a renovated space within the more contemporary parts of the hospital.

We care deeply about the environment in which ALL of our patients receive their care. Our inpatient behavioral program exists in the oldest part of our hospital; our outpatient services have previously been located in a physically inconvenient location. This move will allow us to create a healing environment, so important to the population we are serving, while providing the first-rate medical care for which St. Mary’s has long been known.

We believe this is a vitally important campaign for St. Mary’s and, indeed for our community. We MUST make these changes for our patients, but we cannot afford to do so without strong private support. St. Mary’s has been the beneficiary of this community’s generosity for many years. Once again we turn to you as we are Making an Impact with Care & Compassion.

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