Other ways of giving to High Point Regional
High Point Regional Health has a variety of ways to use your generous donations. Perhaps you want to give in honor of a friend or loved one
, or promote continuing education of our nursing staff
. There is also the Endowment Fund
, Heart Care
, Capital Gifts
, Millis Regional Health Education Center
, Behavorial Health
and Diabetes Self-Care Management
as ways to contribute. As always, we deeply appreciate your willingness to give.
For special inquiries, please call the Foundation office at (336) 878-6011.
Each year, more than 50,000 patients are treated in the Emergency Center at High Point Regional Health. No one who needs care is turned away. To help support this very important service, please consider a gift to the Emergency Center.
- Gifts may be made to provide the most up-to-date equipment to insure the ability to care for all types of emergency needs.
- Gifts may be made to honor a nurse, physician, caregiver or friend. Gifts may be made to the Emergency Center Education Fund to assist with professional education for physicians, nurses or technicians.
- Gifts may be made to the Transportation Fund, which provides indigent patients with transportation home after receiving care.
- Gifts may be made to the Personal Care Items Fund, which provides patients of the Triad area in need with personal care items such as toothbrushes and toothpaste.
- Gifts may be made to the Ginger Mitchell Fund. The Fund assists with the purchase of medication and other necessary items for financially needy patients.
Honorary & Memorial Gifts
Gifts to the Endowment Fund are a great way to acknowledge:
- New babies
- Loved ones
- Caregivers, nurses or physicians
Gift card acknowledgements are sent to notify those you designate. No specific amount is mentioned. All gifts are tax-deductible. Any gift may be made in honor of or in memory of someone.
Your gift will serve the dual purpose of honoring someone special and of providing essential health care to those in need. It’s a thoughtful gift, and one that can make a real difference in someone’s life.
High Point Regional is proud to be one of about 300 hospitals in the United States to receive the prestigious Magnet Status. Magnet Status is awarded by a branch of the American Nurses' Association, and is given to hospitals that demonstrate extraordinary nursing skills.
The Nursing Education Fund is used to promote ongoing education of the Health System's nursing staff. The fund supports nurses in specialty exams and underwrites expenses of those exams. The Scholarship Fund makes it possible to bring educational programs on campus for the nursing staff. Patients, and their families, as well as our nurses, benefit from the fund as we continue to promote nursing excellence at High Point Regional Health.
Gifts may be made to:
- provide education scholarships for people who want to become nurses and who agree to employment with High Point Regional Health.
- to the Nursing Continuing Education Fund to provide career assistance for nurses who want to pursue advanced degrees/certifications.
The most up-to-date technology and equipment is vital to quality patient care. Your capital gifts will enable the High Point Regional Health's staff to provide the best care possible.
Donations to the Building Fund may be made at any time and can be designated to the building or department expansion of your choice.
Or contact Courtney Best at (336) 878-6291 or email@example.com
Millis Regional Health Education Center
The Millis Regional Health Education Center helps children learn about the human body and how to keep themselves healthy through a hands-on approach to learning about good health.
Your gift can help give children in our community a head start toward a lifetime of good health and wellness.
Gifts may be made to:
- sponsor a class or school visit for health education classes.
- sponsor an exhibit or equipment to help educate and "edu-tain" children.
Behavioral Health Center
The Behavioral Health Center provides behavioral health assessments, inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for chemical dependency and psychiatric conditions. The Center provides stable and reliable support to people in the community when emotional crises arise. There is no need to feel alone during difficult times.
A gift to High Point Regional's Behavioral Health Center will support the many services offered to clients in need. Among these services are crisis intervention, counseling, therapeutic activity programs, life skills training and referral to other community support agencies.
Gifts may be made to:
- Honor a caregiver or loved one or be given in memory of someone.
- The Supply Fund for Craft Activities.
- The Transportation Fund, which provides indigent patients with transportation home after receiving care.
- The Education Fund for professional staff.
Diabetes Self-Care Management Center Fund
Over 18 million people in the United States have diabetes—over 389,000 of them live in North Carolina. If left untreated, complications arising from this chronic illness can include such catastrophic losses as limb amputation, blindness and end-stage kidney disease.
The Diabetes Self-Care Management Center Fund provides assistance for people in need who suffer from diabetes—to give them a better quality of life and prevent serious diabetes-related damage.
Gifts to the Center may be made to help patients purchase medicine, equipment and education. All gifts are tax-deductible and can be made in honor or memory of someone special.