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Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee awards grant to Maury Regional Health Care Foundation

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation receives $5,600 grant from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee designated to Women’s Center Fund. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation announces 2022 board appointments

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation announced appointments to its board of directors for 2022 during the group’s recent December meeting. Read More >

Maury County Gun Club raises more than $11,000 for breast cancer patients

The Maury County Gun Club raised $11,260 for the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation during its annual Shoot for a Cure competition October 23. Proceeds from the annual event are donated to the Foundation’s Women’s Center Fund, which offers support for southern Middle Tennessee women facing a breast cancer diagnosis. Read More >

Maury Regional Cancer Center receives headphone donation

Patients at the Maury Regional Cancer Center will now have the option of listening to calming instrumental music while undergoing treatments thanks to a donation of wireless headphones from The River of Calm – Music to Soothe Your Soul online radio station through the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation recognizes 5K winners

A total of 216 runners and walkers participated in the 2021 Mule Kick 5K & 1-Mile Trot at Riverwalk Park on Saturday, October 23, raising approximately $29,000 for the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation thanks to contributions from racers and local sponsors. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation installs new serenity wall

On October 14, the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation unveiled a new serenity wall on the Labor & Delivery floor at Maury Regional Medical Center made possible by a donation from Columbia resident Ronnie Erwin in memory of his late wife, Lynn McKee Erwin. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation to host Mule Kick 5K & 1-Mile Trot on October 23

Hosted by the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation and presented by Reliant Bank, the annual Mule Kick 5K & 1-Mile Trot will take place Saturday, October 23, at Riverwalk Park in Columbia. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation establishes behavioral health fund

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation recently announced the development of a fund to address the behavioral health needs of Maury Regional Health (MRH) patients as well as MRH employees and their families, according to Foundation Executive Director Joe Kilgore. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation funds cardiac monitor for fire department

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation recently funded equipment for Columbia Fire & Rescue (CFR) Station No. 3 to allow first responders to provide on-scene cardiac monitoring for patients experiencing a medical emergency. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation announces board appointments

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation recently announced appointments to its board of directors for 2021. Read More >

Maury County Gun Club raises $10,000 for breast cancer support

The Maury County Gun Club raised $10,000 for the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation during its annual Shoot for a Cure competition October 24. Proceeds from this annual event will go to the Foundation’s Women’s Center Fund, which offers support for southern Middle Tennessee women facing a breast cancer diagnosis. Read More >

Hawkins joins Maury Regional Health Care Foundation’s Walton Legacy Society

Earlier this summer, the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation welcomed Columbia State Community College President Emeritus O. Rebecca Hawkins, PhD, as the newest member of the prestigious Walton Legacy Society upon her decision to include the Foundation in her estate plans. Read More >

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation provides UV cleaning lights for first responders

The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation approved funding this summer to purchase 10 ultraviolet (UV) cleaning lights for Maury Regional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Columbia Fire & Rescue in response to needs precipitated by COVID-19. Read More >

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