Parkview LaGrange Foundation

When you give a gift to the Parkview LaGrange Foundation, 100% of your gift stays in LaGrange County and helps fund programs and innovations at Parkview LaGrange Hospital. 

Here are a few of the things that gifts from donors like you funded in 2017:

  • 15 new inpatient vital sign monitors were funded, allowing Parkview LaGrange to accommodate regulatory changes for the monitoring of patients receiving narcotics.
  • The Medication Assistance Program (MAP) provided access to essential medication for uninsured and underinsured LaGrange county patients.
  • 3 new disaster radios were purchased to help departments communicate in the event of an emergency.
  • The LaGrange operating room team was able to purchase a new Olympus Endoscopic CO2 regulation unit, which greatly reduces patient discomfort due to intestinal distension during and after endoscopic procedures.
  • Parkview LaGrange EMS co-workers were able to attend Tactical Emergency Casualty Care training, which is designed to teach casualty management during civilian tactical, hostile, high-threat incidents as well as rescue operations.

 

Rose Fritzinger Rose Fritzinger,
Parkview LaGrange
Foundation Director
260.463.9004
rose.fritzinger@parkview.com