Greene County Medical Center’s $4 million “Investing in Tomorrow’s Care” capital campaign ended 2014 at 79 percent of its goal. This came in large part to some end-of-year gifts from area and supporting businesses that totaled $95,000.
A gift of $50,000 was pledged by UnityPoint Health – Des Moines, which is part of the UnityPoint Health system with which Greene County Medical Center is affiliated. Pictured is president and CEO Eric Crowell (left) with Greene County Medical Center CEO Carl Behne.
21st Century Rehab of Nevada, IA, is the medical center’s partner for rehabilitation services and has pledged $20,000 to the campaign.
Scranton’s MacDonald Insurance Agency made a pledge of $15,000. Pictured are MacDonald Insurance Agency, Scranton co-owner and agent Jeremy Greiner (right) and office manager Joan St. Clair (left) with Behne.
Hy-Vee Food Store, Jefferson, and Louis Dreyfus Commodities, Grand Junction, both made $5,000 donations to the campaign. Lori Subbert (right), Jefferson Hy-Vee manager, made a check presentation to Greene County Medical Center Foundation director Hollie Roberts.
Roberts said, “It is rewarding to see area businesses and organizations participate in the success of this campaign. Having a medical center in Greene County is important to all of us.”
She continued, “the campaign should reach 85 percent of its goal by mid-summer and then when the expansion portion of the project is completed in late June of this year, we’ll be ready to ask the public to help us reach 100 percent.”