Charleston Area Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 337
3412 Staunton Ave Charleston WV 25304 USA
In 1972, medical and community leaders in southern West Virginia had a vision to provide world-class medical services and programs to ensure the health of its citizens of southern West Virginia. Because of their commitment, the Charleston Area Medical Center was established in 1976 with a matching gift of $5,000. Today, the Foundation provides grants of more than five million dollars annually to CAMC. As CAMC developed centers of excellence in cancer, cardiac and neurosciences, plus West Virginia''s only free-standing Women and Children''s Hospital, the Foundation continues to play a vital role. Contributions help build the foundation for a healthier community, supporting quality health care, medical education and research for southern West Virginia for years to come.
CAMC Foundation funds programs including indigent pediatric care, cancer, cardiac and neurosciences, trauma, medical research and education.
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I have been honored to serve alongside some of this community's best and brightest on the CAMC Foundation's Board since 2010, as we have worked to provide support to the CAMC Health Systems' healthcare facilities. As the father of a special needs child, I am acutely aware of the benefit the CAMC family of healthcare facilities provides to our community and I am proud to provide assistance, in my own small way, to CAMC's operations as a member of the Foundation board. The Foundation's fundraising efforts provide funding for a number of worthwhile services, including services to many needy children in our community. Additionally, through the Foundation's efforts, in large part, CAMC will soon have a state of the art cancer center that will alleviate the need for our neighbors to drive significant distances for cancer care.
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