By 2018, Clay County Memorial Hospital Foundation will be the recognized leader in their support of Clay County Memorial Hospital in the delivery of healthcare services to the citizens of Clay County.
Foundation Board Members
- Jim Koulovatos – Interim CEO
- Tony Dunkerly – Chairman/Member at Large
- Sherry Cleveland – Vice Chairman/Member at Large
- Cindy Dean – Secretary/Member at Large
- Jacquetta Graves – Member at Large
- Shannon Fleming – Member at Large
- Ginger Schaffner – Member at Large
- Gary Parrish – Member at Large
To support and promote Clay County Memorial Hospital by creating a vibrant and healthy Clay County for future generations.
The purpose for which this corporation is organized is to provide financial support to Clay County Memorial Hospital to ensure the hospital remains open and that persons in and around Clay County will continue to receive appropriate medical care. The Foundation will assist Clay County Memorial Hospital with facility maintenance, improvement projects, and purchase of equipment, physician recruitment, and other areas of support. All of the purposes included in the Articles of Incorporation are included as the corporate purposes as a part of the by-laws.
Donations are tax deductible and may be made in several forms, including cash, securities, real estate, and bequests. When a Memorial or in honor of an individual gift is made, acknowledgments are sent. By making a contribution to CCMH Foundation, you are joining others in a commitment to support the hospital’s mission of providing an environment that promotes quality medical care.
Glen’s Helping Hands – During the month of November, the Foundation honors Glen Gozenbach, a staunch supporter of CCMH Glen had a smile for everyone he met and touched people with anonymous gestures of “helping hands” through monetary and personal support. The Foundation carries on Glen’s tradition of “Helping Hands” with this annual fundraising event.
Providing you and your family
the service you deserve.
CCMH Family Medicine Clinics are accepting new patients in both locations.