This fund provides financial assistance to current Lewis and Faye Manderson Cancer Center patients struggling to make ends meet while undergoing treatment. This includes assistance with medications, household bills, and transportation to and from treatment.
This fund, created in 2004, helps uninsured women in the West Alabama community with mammograms, additional testing if needed, and personal items (wigs, prostheses, etc.) if they are diagnosed with cancer.
The DCH Heart Fund is in the building stage so that needed equipment and projects may be purchased in the near future.
This fund provides much-needed home medical supplies and patient assistance for DCH Home Health patients who otherwise might not be able to afford them.
Are you grateful for the care you or a loved one has received at DCH? Honor your caregiver today with a gift to The DCH Foundation.
The DCH Foundation provides numerous scholarships annually to students pursuing a career in healthcare.
DCH SportsMedicine offers complete health care assistance for athletes of all ages and levels of participation. By providing athletic trainers at athletic events, we are helping to ensure your athlete a quick and safe return to play.
Founded in memory of infant preemies Finn and Quinley McInerney, this fund has been able to provide specialized equipment, education and services to our neonatal intensive care (NICU), maternal/child and pediatrics units.
Started in 2008, the purpose of the Fund is to promote awareness and to provide educational programs on prevention and early detection and financial assistance to anyone in need. The Fund supports prostate cancer screenings and pays for additional diagnostic tests if the screenings indicate such tests are appropriate.
The Pastoral Care Program, named in memory of H. Pettus Randall, III that supports the Lewis & Faye Manderson Cancer Center is responsible for serving the spiritual and emotional needs of patients, their families and employees.
This fund provides support to the health system’s most urgent needs.
Benjamin Louis Ladner was a young man who was answering the call to be a nurse. He worked tirelessly at DCH RMC from November 2000 until September 2005 and paid his own way through school, working towards his dream of a nursing degree from the Capstone College of Nursing. Ben loved people and helping others. He was full of patience and compassion and he had a gift for bringing out the best in others, even during stressful and difficult times. Ben would be humbled that a memorial was named for him and he would be proud that others will benefit. The scholarship amount is based on the availability of scholarship funds.