Posted: Friday, November 03, 2017 in Fund Development
Please join us in wishing Bob a Happy Birthday and offering him a huge THANK YOU for all he continues to do for Regional Medical Center and our communities.
Posted: Thursday, November 02, 2017 in Fund Development
The late Bengt and Marietta Johnson have been strong advocates and supporters of various organizations in our community. Regional Medical Center is thankful to also have been included in their charitable donations. Recently, family members Bob Johnson (brother) and Art Johnson (nephew) were welcomed to RMC to tour the CT Suite area of which Bengt and Mariettas estate helped fund.
Posted: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 in Fund Development
Regional Medical Centers Fund and Resource Development Advisory Committee (FRDAC) recently donated $1,000 to the Manchester Police Departments DARE Program.
Posted: Friday, September 22, 2017 in Fund Development
A huge thank you to everyone who came out and supported our Rubber Duck Dash & Dive fundraising event! It was a very fun, successful day and we enjoyed seeing everyone. Proceeds will be used to purchase a portable SonoSite Ultrasound to help provide a more comfortable experience for patients needing pain control.
Posted: Thursday, September 07, 2017 in Fund Development
Regional Medical Center (RMC) wants you to come out and enjoy their Rubber Duck Dash & Dive on Saturday, September 16th. The day kicks off with a 5K Run/Walk, followed by the Riverbank Bash, and ends with thousands of rubber duckies being dropped off Manchesters Marion Street Bridge into the Maquoketa River at 12:30 p.m. for their Rubber Duck Race!
Posted: Monday, October 31, 2016 in Fund Development
Regional Medical Centers (RMC) Fund and Resource Development Advisory Committee (FRDAC) awarded the American Red Cross Ambassadors $2,500 to support their local blood services and chapter needs. FRDAC was formed to support health and education in our communities.
Posted: Tuesday, August 02, 2016 in Fund Development
Regional Medical Centers Fund & Resource Development Advisory Committee (FRDAC) and Auxiliary each contributed $7,144 to purchase a bladder scanner. The bladder scanner will be used in the Emergency Department and Specialty Clinic to assist with diagnosing urology conditions with the goal of less invasive procedures to increase patient comfort and satisfaction.