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Building the new intensive care unit (ICU) focused on critical care for our growing population of adults and seniors and Southwest Montana’s first NICU for babies in vital need of specialized care that allows families to stay close to home.
Serving our communities’ vulnerable neighbors through mission-driven services and patient financial assistance. Additionally, Bozeman Health is expanding the services it offers to those in need of mental health and substance abuse related services in Bozeman, Big Sky and throughout our growing region.
Establishing funds to support new equipment and treatments in cancer care and cardiac care.
Helping accelerate the pace at which new specialties and healthcare services become available in Big Sky, in addition to enabling special equipment purchases and provide for emergency simulations and scenario-based training for BSMC employees.
At a ceremonial groundbreaking event on April 11, 2018, Bozeman Health announced plans to enhance critical care services. Together with Bozeman Health Foundation, Bozeman Health also officially launched Caring Forward, a $15 million charitable campaign that will help fund this and other significant investment in the health of Southwest Montana.
“For more than 100 years, Bozeman Health has always made it a priority to meet the growing healthcare needs of Southwest Montana. Today is yet another example of that commitment. As we embark on this investment into the health of our community, I’m so proud to be part of the Bozeman Health team. We are committed to transforming care to ensure each person has access to the best possible care close to home. Every day I’m excited to come to work to help fulfill our mission, to be inspired by our vision, and to ensure Bozeman Health remains your valued partner in health and wellness,” stated John Hill, Bozeman Health president and CEO.
Caring Forward Campaign gifts are supporting four Bozeman Health priorities:
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the early generosity shown by our leadership donors for Bozeman Health and the Caring Forward Campaign,” said Rich Deming, member of Bozeman Health Foundation Board of Directors. “Philanthropy has played a vital role in how we’ve grown in the past, and we’re excited to rally our community and new supporters behind us as we take these next big steps forward for local healthcare,” he continued.
Bozeman Health has a 100+ year local heritage of always caring for the poor, the vulnerable, and everyone within southwest Montana. The dedicated care team at Bozeman Health works every day to fulfill the mission to improve community health and quality of life for residents and visitors seeking care in the region.
Continued private charitable funding through Bozeman Health Foundation is essential to insuring financial stability and maintaining local, nonprofit leadership of our healthcare system. The foundation raises private funds for two purposes. First, contributions are sought for capital projects, specialized equipment and expanded services that provide patients advanced treatments in their home community. Second, we continue to build our program and endowment funds so that our resources will ensure a perpetual impact on causes that matter to us and our revered donors.