Huntington County & Surrounding Areas

 

Parkview Huntington Hospital continues a proud tradition of nearly a century of top-quality healthcare.  Charitable giving has been an important part of that success.

Today, this legacy of service to our patients, their families and friends continues through the generosity of local donors.  The hospital’s not-for-profit status means that gifts to Parkview Huntington Foundation support quality patient care and healing. All gifts are used for continued improvement of hospital facilities, equipment, programs, services, education and training.
 
 Parkview Huntington Hospital

 

Generosity in Huntington County

  • Gifts to the Family Birthing Center and Pediatrics Fund have been used to prepare Huntington County parents for their birthing experience, through training and materials in the Childbirth Education Class.
  • Memorials and donations made to the Parkview Huntington Home Health and Hospice Fund have provided resources and supported services that comfort Hospice patients and their family members.
  • Exercise and therapy equipment, ranging from recumbent bicycles to ankle weights, has been provided for patients by gifts to the Rehabilitation and Wellness Fund.
  • Donations to the Women’s Health Fund provide screening and diagnostic mammograms for women who have difficulty affording the services.
  • Gifts to the Special Touch Fund meet many unexpected needs patients face during their hospital stay.
  • Check out the recipients of the Parkview Huntington Foundation's Mini-Grant cycle.
  • Follow this link for more stories of how your generosity is put to work in Parkview hospitals.
  • Download the latest Parkview Huntington Foundation Newsletter.

 

Parkview Huntington Foundation Events

 

Parkview Huntington Hospital Foundation Board of Directors




Mike Perkins Mike Perkins,
Parkview Huntington
Foundation Director
260.355.3316
mike.perkins@parkview.com

 

Correspondence should be addressed to:

Parkview Huntington Foundation
2001 Stults Road
Huntington, IN 46750