As a non-profit hospital, we are supported by donations from the community. As the fundraising arm, the Wilson Medical Center Foundation plays a crucial role in sustaining access to essential healthcare services in our community.
Your generosity allows us to invest in healthcare needs in critical areas.
Funds given to the Foundation contribute to scholarships, improve the state-of-the-art technology and equipment, and education for patients that will aid them in making their recovery a top priority. We are grateful for your contribution to sustaining essential services that benefit our community.
Ways to Give
Wilson Medical Center provides multiple ways to give - whether of your time, a grateful message or contributing to a great cause!
WMC Foundation Scholarship Program & Application Process
Funds given to the Foundation allow us to contribute to scholarships for students who which to pursue or are presently pursuing health care careers. The following fields, and other related medical fields, are encouraged to apply:
- Medical imaging
- Physical or occupational therapy
- Licensed practical nurse or registered nurse
- Health informatics
- Certified Medical Assistant
- Social Work
- Emergency Medical Technician
These scholarships are for students entering the medical field and are provided by generous community benefactors.
Leadership With Strong Community Impacts
At Wilson Medical Center, our foundation board of professionals endeavor to treat each patient as a friend. We are a 501 © (3) non-profit organization and donations are fully tax-deductible. As a non-profit hospital, our communities and the leaders that support our efforts are what make this area and hospital so special.
Wilson Medical Center Foundation Leadership
Casey Lair, Chairman, Neodesha, KS
Tom Hood, CEO, Neodesha, KS
Lori Smith, CFO, Treasurer, Independence, KS
Doug Depew, Neodesha, KS
Mina Olson, Neodesha, KS
Joe Marchant, Cherryvale, KS
Amy Brown, Fredonia, KS
Carol Bramhall, Neodesha, KS
Gary Schultz, Neodesha, KS
Clara McCabe, Foundation Director