2020 Annual Report:
Together we made an impact
We are excited to share with you the great work the Foundation has been able to do during a year that looked different than expected. When the coronavirus hit Michigan in March, the Foundation staff quickly began accepting donations of PPE and meals to support our amazing healthcare staff.
With the help of this generous community, we were also able to raise over sixty-two thousand dollars to support our frontline staff here through the purchase of specialized PPE and equipment to aid in the battle against the virus.
While our events looked different this year, our donors pivoted with us to enjoy a virtual cocktail party, warmer socially-distant golf outing, to-go food with a streaming concert, and stories shared from our patients during the first-ever Day of Giving. We appreciate this community sticking with the Foundation this year and allowing us to continue to support the hospital and Campaign for Care.
Foundation Vice President
This tower allows medical personnel to go to a patient’s bedside to conduct bronchoscopies, instead of a patient having to be brought to a stationary piece of equipment helping with patient comfort.
Panda Infant Care Center
This state-of-the-art piece of equipment that will enhance caregivers’ abilities to administer coordinated and comprehensive treatment to newborns that need to be resuscitated and allow staff to conduct post-labor examinations of newborns not in distress.
C-Arm OEC X-Ray Machine
The C-Arm will benefit orthopedic trauma patients by helping surgeons be more expedient when it comes to scheduling and performing surgeries. It also will improve the resolution of x-rays, which will allow for quicker image identification while exposing patients to less radiation.
COOLIEF Cooled RF Advanced-R Generator
This machine enables doctors to treat patients without the use of opioids and can provide pain relief for up to a year by destroying the sensory nerves that cause chronic pain.
CIVCO Prone Belly Board
The device allows patients to lay on their stomachs while radiation oncologists focus their treatment on tumor sites while keeping healthy tissue out of way of the radiation beam. That lowers the risk of unintended side effects and increases the chances of successful outcomes and improved quality of life for the patients.
The Foundation was able to use COVID funding to purchase papr hoods for our medical staff as an added layer of protection while caring for COVID-19 patients.
2020 by the Numbers: Together We Made an Impact
$244,301: Raised from Events
$35,000: Employee Donations
170: Hospital Tour Guests
$62,447.70: Raised for Covid Relief
$287,078.66: Grant Money Approved
$2,493,649: Total Money Raised
New Hospital Update
The Foundation is half-way to our goal of raising $10 million toward McLaren Greater Lansing’s new healthcare campus. Just one year from now, the new state-of-the-art hospital, Karmanos Cancer Institute and Outpatient Care Center located adjacent to Michigan State University will open its doors to our community. McLaren and MSU are also expanding partnerships on research, education, and clinical services. For more updates on the project, visit: redesignhealthcare.mclaren.org