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    Dr. Hadeed with baby Cataleya, the smallest preemie to be discharged from Kadlec.

    We care about the health of our region. We know you do, too.

    In much the same way a foundation of concrete blocks raises and supports a building, Kadlec Foundation, on behalf of its donors, supports the work of Kadlec Regional Medical Center. It’s work that more important than ever with the increasing financial challenges facing health care.

    Your donation, combined with hundreds of others donations, makes a difference.

    Working together, we can ensure that Kadlec Regional Medical Center is fully prepared to meet current, and future, health care needs of our region. By working together, we can help Kadlec continue to offer the level of service we want and support facilities where state-of-the-art care is provided and helps attract medical professionals.

    Working together, we can extend our healing reach to everyone in need, regardless of ability to pay.

    2013 Disbursements

    • Good Samaritan Fund
    • Health Care Scholarships
    • Caring Coworkers
    • Car Seat Program
    • Mammogram Assistance
    • Bereavement Support
    • Our Little Lambs
    • EZ Detect Screening Kits
    • Pediatric Training
    • Pediatric Glidescope
    • Kadlec Healing Garden
    • Specialty Stretcher Scale
    • Chapel Supplies
    • Educational Supplies
    • Preemie Car Beds
    • Pediatric Patient Care
    • Employee Donations

    It’s about the power of giving.

    Just walk around the Don and Lori Watts Pediatric Center – made possible with the help of donors.

    Just ask one of the women who received a free breast cancer screening.

    Just talk to one of the health care students who received a scholarship to help them continue going to school.

    Or, just talk to one of the families who have a child in the neonatal intensive care unit. Ask them how important it is that this care is close to home when they are feeling overwhelmed and scared while their child is in the NICU. Read more about our ongoing NICU expansion campaign.