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Recent Projects & Grants

Each year in the Spring and Fall, Providence Foundation awards grants to various departments within Providence Healthcare Network. SInce 1993, Providence Foundation has awarded over $20 million in grants to the Providence Healthcare Network departments, in order to ensure that patients are receiving high-quality healthcare with state-of-the-art medical equipment which aims to promote quicker recovery time, less hospitalization time, and overall patient and associate safety.

 

2016 Fall Grant Ceremony

Sorin S5 Hear-Lung Perfusion System
Surgical Services
$125,000.00

6 Patient Lifts
Providence Park
$20,003.76

 

Spring 2016 Grant Awards

BladderScan BVI 9400 Mobile Cart Assembly
Critical Care
$13,541.05

GE Omni-Bed Isolette
Women & Newborns Center
$40,444.78

Olympus CV-190 Video Processor & Light Source
Endoscopy
$33,547.50

4 Vectra Genisys Therapy Systems
Outpatient Rehanilitative Services
$31,122.51

Psychiatric Hospital Specialty Furniture
DePaul Center
$58,240.00

4 Vectra Genisys Therapy Systems
Providence Park Rehabilitative Services
$12,489.24

Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs Monitor and Stand
St. Catherine Center
$9,501.75

2016 Yamaha EFI Passenger Golf Cart
Providence Park
$8,377.00

80 Chairs for Community Room
Providence Park
$15,120.00

"The Providence Mission is more than just a mission statement or core values on the wall; for the Daughters, their whole lives revolve around the mission and core values, and that is how they live their life-they're here to serve the folks of the community and care for those who are in need of help. They have touched a lot of lives here in Waco, not just the people we serve, but also the employees here at Providence" -Jay Scherler

DID YOU KNOW?

Providence Foundation provided the funds to purchase this GE OmniBed Isolette which is used in the Bill & Patricia Watson Women & Newborns Center for neonatal thermoregulation. It is used to promote a safe, warm environment for premature newborns so they can continue growing and developing. We're thankful that we could provide the funds to purchase this state-of-the-art isolette that will directly impact the healing process and development of premature infants.