"Serving, supporting and enhancing Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center on behalf of the community."
For more info, call Susan (719) 331-9762.
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The Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center Foundation was established in 2002 as a 501c3. It raised the monies that enabled building the Pikes Peak Regional Hospital. The hospital opened in October 2007. No taxpayer funds were used. Donations and volunteers are needed to continue building the vision.
The Foundation continues to raise and manages funds for additional Campus projects. Donations are still needed to continue to grow and expand the campus.
Key Foundation Projects (Completed and On-going):Operates the Hospital Lobby Gift Shop with the help of volunteers
Established and maintains a memorial garden to honor loved ones
Donated new state-of-the-art televisions for patient rooms and other areas
Purchased and installed solar shades in hospital lobby
Decorated a children’s room and provided furniture and toys
Created a “Quiet Room” that benefits patients, doctors and local clergy
Purchased ADA compliant picnic tables for the patient outdoor patio
Designed, purchased and installed a permanent new art display in the hospital lobby
Assists with maintaining and improving campus landscape
We need Gift Shop volunteers.
A volunteer can bring a smile to a patient, visitor, or a hospital staff member!
Our gift shop is seeking friendly, outgoing individuals to greet customers and assist with gift selection. Other duties include running the cash register, opening and closing, pricing merchandise, and monitoring inventory. The gift shop has a unique selection of jewelry and artwork from local artists.To request information about volunteering, call 719-331-9762 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children, growing families, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and visitors to Teller County all benefit from the top medical care offered through the Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center.
We hope you will help us continue to bring additional services to the Teller County and Pikes Peak region by making a donation. There are many ways to make donations.