Hedrick Medical Center Foundation

Hedrick Medical Center relies on fundraising efforts to provide services, acquire new technology, support the underserved in our community, and ensure excellent care for all.

How to give

  • In memory of or in honor of friends, family members, and caregivers. Gifts can be earmarked to benefit a particular project or general fund.
  • A will or trust
  • Designate a beneficiary of a life insurance, pension plan, or retirement account.

Donate to the Hedrick Medical Center Foundation online.

Contact

Lindy Chapman, Foundation Development Officer
Hedrick Medical Center Foundation
2799 N. Washington St.
Chillicothe, MO 64601
660-214-8107 | linchapman@saint-lukes.org

Opportunities

Donate Online

All funds will be used to support programs and services of Hedrick Medical Center.

A map of the Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center


The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center

This four-acre space at Hedrick Medical Center will be foundation’s inaugural project. Many naming and sponsorship opportunities will be available.

Golfers participate in the Hedrick Medical Center Golf Skills Challenge


Golf Skills Challenge

​Each fall, the foundation hosts a golf skills challenge testing basic golf skills—putting, chipping, and driving—and is scored in terms of difficulty, distance, or accuracy. All skill levels welcome.

A Hedrick Medical Center oncologist works with the nurse navigator.


Oncology Nurse Navigator Program

A program dedicated to easing the physical, spiritual, emotional, and financial hardships of living with and life after cancer.

A photo at the Hedrick Medical Center Foundation Dinner Gala.


Dinner Gala

In April 2016, the Foundation hosted its first Dinner Gala. More than 175 people attended to benefit the Gardens and Oncology Nurse Navigator programs.

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The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center becoming a destination – Tax credit opportunities remain
In late May of 2018, the Hedrick Medical Center Foundation officially opened The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center. Now, nearly five months later, the use of the area continues to grow with each passing week.