Your Support at Work

These are just a few of the recent ways in which your generous support has helped our patients – your family, friends and neighbors:

 

  • Twenty infant car-seats were donated to the Rolla Fire Department for the annual public health expo.
  • A single mother with a family of four was provided with a breast pump to continue providing for her new baby, even after returning to work.
  • A patient was provided with a bath transfer bench, following a hip and wrist surgery.
  • Before beginning chemotherapy, a patient received assistance for necessary dental work that was not covered by her insurance.
  • A family was provided with a gift card for travel to and from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, where their 10 year-old son is receiving treatment.
  • A patient with no prescription coverage was provided with an eight-week supply of the prescriptions she needed in order to keep herself comfortable at home and out of the hospital.
  • 97 qualified patients were provided with carotid artery screenings at no cost to them.
  • A patient was provided with a one month’s supply of home oxygen, to help her recover from pneumonia.
  • A young family of six was provided with a crib and supplies due to a house fire while the mother was in the hospital with her 2 day-old newborn.
  • A patient who lost everything in a flood was provided with a gift card to assist with expenses.
  • The PCRMC Outpatient Therapy Department was provided with access to the STAR Program, which is a survivorship rehabilitation program for oncology patients focused on improving patient outcomes, satisfaction and access to high quality care.
  • A patient who drives 80 miles per day for cancer treatment was provided with a gas card to help cover his expenses.
  • A family was provided with an Angel Car Bed, a car-seat for premature babies, when their son was born premature at less than five pounds.
  • A patient was provided with recovery garments, as she healed from a double mastectomy.
  • A grieving family was provided with a memory box, grief support materials and priceless photos of the child they lost at 16 weeks gestation.
  • At no cost to them, 62 qualified patients were provided with a breast ultrasound, a screening mammogram or a diagnostic mammogram in order to encourage early breast cancer detection.
  • Three patients were provided assistance with co-pays for cardiac rehabilitation.
  • A patient who suffered a stroke was provided with speech therapy at no cost, when her insurance did not offer coverage for the therapy.
  • A patient was provided with gift cards to help cover expenses as she recovered from emergency gallbladder surgery, while undergoing radiation treatment.