Liberty Hospital Foundation programs assisted 5,629 patients and community members in FY 2022 (July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022). Services ranged from Hospitality House stays, Scholarships, Bereavement Support, Student Assistance, Sports Physicals, Medication Needs, Durable Medical Equipment, Women’s Imaging and Transportation.
In the past 12 months alone, the Student Assistance program provided Urgent Care needs and Sports Physicals to 135 students – a year over year increase of 109 students.
Foundation programs such as these would not be successful without the help of donors, volunteers, and the many Hospital team members that care for our community every day. This past year has been extremely challenging with the ongoing pandemic, but with your support we have been able to positively impact patients across the care continuum.
We are looking forward to the next 12 months to continue our mission of improving the health and wellness of Liberty Hospital patients and community.
Please take a few moments to read just how your gifts have helped so many in the Liberty Hospital community. Thank you for making a difference!
In the past twelve months, the Foundation’s medication assistance program has saved patients in need $151,264 in medication costs
– 681 patients received transportation to and from appointments
– 238 patients received assistance with essential medications
– 135 community members received assistance with urgent care
– 17 patient received durable medical equipment such as walkers, canes and/or wheelchairs
– 110 volunteers provided over 293 hours of service for a total value of $8,362.22
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– 99 Hospital Employees received Stocksdale Family Educational Assistance funds toward coursework that leads to a degree or licensure/certification
– 5 local High School Seniors received scholarship funds to pursue a degree in nursing
– 648 Snack Packs were delivered to our Liberty Hospital frontline workers
Mental Health First Aid
– 12 Hospital Security Guards participated in a skills-based Mental Health First Aid training course providing them education needed to identify, understand and respond to mental health and substance abuse challenges
– 1,528 guests utilized the TreeHouse as a ‘home away from home’
Hughes Family Assistance Fund
– 7 employees attended financial wellness sessions and received a $500 Visa gift card upon completion
– 12 employees received assistance with monthly household bills and utilities
– 24 employees received Holiday meal kits
1,544 new families received SleepSacks for their newborn baby. Kyleigh’s Gift also provided:
– 389 meal vouchers for families with babies in the NICU
– 8 families received bereavement support and utilized our Caring Cradle when facing a full-term loss
– 95 miscarriage care packages were given to women across Liberty Hospital
– 26,625 diapers were distributed to 355 families in need