Your Gifts at Work
Where It's Needed Most
These funds are held in the general fund and will be allocated based on
the needs of Winchester Medical Center.
Camp Super Kids
A 3-day summer camp to benefit children with respiratory illnesses led
by WMC Staff and fully funded by the Winchester Medical Center Foundation.
An Inpatient Oncology Unit that treats patients in all stages of cancer.
The Foundation fully funded the creation and opening of Wellspring, a
program serving patients during their treatment and recovery. The Foundation
also supports the Shenandoah Oncology Angel Fund to assist oncology and
hematology patients with all aspects of their care.
Charity Care for Patients
Helps those with medical needs they can’t afford. These needs may
include purchasing essential medical equipment or medicine that will help
the patient recover from illness or injury. To date we have committed
$205,000 to the Compassionate Pharmacy Program.
Includes inpatient and outpatient GI, renal and pulmonary services
Heart and Vascular Center
Cardiac and vascular services including diagnostic testing, non-invasive
and invasive cardiology procedures, surgery, including valve replacement
and coronary artery bypass surgery, and cardiac rehabilitation.
Hurst Hospitality House
Offers families of patients who need a place to stay during their loves
ones treatment at Winchester Medical Center. By partnering with the WMC
Auxiliary we raised over $1,100,000 for the renovation of the Hurst Hospitality House.
Treats patients with Brain, Spine, Nervous, and Behavioral Health needs
and includes advanced diagnostic and surgical services. The center treats
stroke patients and also offers a sleep lab for diagnosis and treatment.
Serves patients with some type of physical disability whether temporary
or permanent. Treatment includes speech, physical, occupational and recreational
therapy as well as therapeutic pools.
Scholarships & Education
The Foundation has funded training and conferences, scholarships for students
seeking their clinical degrees, and WMC staff completing clinical degree
programs or advanced certification in excess of $500,000.
Trauma & Critical Care Services
Includes inpatient and outpatient surgery, critical care, support for the
Emergency Department and other trauma related patient services. The Foundation
funds the annual Community Safety Fair through a $8,500 grant.
Women & Children's Services
Offers a full range of services from natural deliveries to high-risk pregnancy,
surgical procedures and breast care. The Neonatal Intensive Care is a
16-bed specialty unity caring for premature and low birth weight babies.
The Foundation helped purchase the new NICU Ambulance through a $100,000 grant.