The generosity of private donors and community business partners, as well as many of our fellow employees, has enabled us to award more than $390,000 in scholarships to 334 UCHealth employees since 2010.
At UCHealth, the culture of philanthropy is strong. Employees donate generously via our Employee Giving program to support our mission to deliver world-class health care. They also support each other through gifts to employee hardship relief and scholarship funds.
UCHealth Greeley Hospital just marked its first birthday after caring for thousands of patients and playing a key role in the fight against COVID-19 in one of the hardest-hit counties in the state. “This was an exciting and yet challenging year that helped us build the foundation of Greeley Hospital,” said Marilyn Schock, president of the hospital. “The community will be depending on us for this excellent care for years to come. I am so proud of the work our team has done and all of the lives they’ve touched.”
Your community hospital depends on your generosity as we navigate an ongoing, unprecedented challenge. Your contributions provide the resources we need to fight COVID-19 outbreaks and support health and well-being for all in our community. Together, we can commit to ensuring the very best care for our families, friends and neighbors in northern Colorado.
UCHealth wants you to know that it is safe to see your provider. Our primary care, urgent care, specialty clinics and hospitals are open. As we schedule appointments, we’re taking every precaution possible to ensure it’s safe to see your doctor.
Funds raised at our 2019 Spring Benefit, to advance local medical research, are being used to help COVID-19 patients.
We are deeply grateful for the support our community has provided during the pandemic. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank the individuals and businesses that gave in-kind gifts—supplies, equipment, food, services and more—to support our health care heroes in the battle against COVID-19.
On April 27, UCHealth began resuming a limited number of medically necessary surgeries and procedures. The decision is based on careful research and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
As health care workers treat COVID-19 patients, they face the same disruptions and challenges to everyday life that many others are experiencing because of the pandemic. To support our health care heroes experiencing such challenges, UCHealth established the Health Care Worker Emergency Relief Fund. To date, the fund has assisted 155 of our employees experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19.
People who recover from COVID-19 have antibodies against the virus in the plasma component of their blood. That COVID-19 convalescent plasma, or CCP, is now being used to treat other patients who have the disease.
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