Which OhioHealth associate made your experience special? It may have been the skilled neurosurgeon who repaired your aneurysm, the compassionate nurse who made chemotherapy a little easier, the volunteer who spoke to you like an old friend or the housekeeping associate who made sure your room was spotless. Show your thanks through OhioHealth’s Gifts of Gratitude.
Thanks to the care Joel Riley was given on Grant's Trauma Unit, and his own perseverance, he realized he was going to be okay.
“The most important thing you can have in life is education. It was [my husband's] personal desire for all the residents and all the people he trained to have that opportunity."Watch Geraldine's Story
“This is not a memorial to a war you lost. [Kobacker House] is a place of hope and dignity and faith. Whatever you want it to be, they'll do that for you here. ... They care for your soul."Watch Mollie's Story
“I will never forget that they were able to help us make [my sister's] last wish. … This is a place we are proud to be associated with. We wanted to thank Kobacker for the gift they gave us.”Watch Anamarie's Story
You can designate a gift of any size to the care site and clinical program of your choice, or allow us to direct your gift to the programs of greatest need. Your gift can acknowledge a caregiver, physician, nurse, therapist, technician, social worker — any associate who made your experience a memorable one. You may also wish to give in honor or in memory of a loved one.
Gifts of Gratitude are flexible, personal and, in most cases, tax-deductible. Your gift will support new technologies, fund needed programs and help our associates introduce exciting advances in medicine that will enhance the experience of future patients and improve the health of those we serve.
The person you choose to honor through Gifts of Gratitude will receive an acknowledgment letter that includes your message of appreciation. Your gift amount will be kept confidential.
You also can call (614) 544.4483 to speak with an OhioHealth Foundation representative.
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