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JRMC to welcome nationally recognized author, speaker

Posted on Aug 14, 2017 in All News, Events | 0 comments

JRMC to welcome nationally recognized author, speaker

BeINSPIRED –  featuring keynote speaker and gold medalist, Mike Schlappi JRMC and JRMC Foundation are pleased to bring nationally recognized gold medalist, author and motivational speaker, Mike Schlappi to Jamestown on Sept. 12 and 13 for multiple speaking engagements. One session is available to the general public on Sept. 12 at 7:30 pm at the Reiland Fine Arts Center as part of Pillars of Giving. Two additional sessions are available for JRMC employees only on Sept. 13 st 7:30 am and 10 am in the JRMC AppleBasket Café. Mike’s entertaining keynote includes personal stories, and a powerful media presentation. He shares his Olympic medals and the bullet he was shot with to teach others that growth and success are directly linked to the way we respond to challenges and adversity.  His life’s motto is “If You Can’t Stand Up, Stand Out” Schlappi has a background in healthcare – His personal experiences with nurses, doctors and therapists not only saved his life, but also pointed him to a career in healthcare. Mike earned his MBA from Arizona State University in Healthcare administration.  He served as the Director of Rehabilitation for Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City for 10 years, giving him credibility with audiences in the healthcare arena. Schlappi’s talk is free for JRMC employees, Pillars of Giving honorees as well as University of Jamestown Nursing staff and students with a valid university ID. Tickets for the social and keynote are $15 in advance/$20 at the door. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 University of Jamestown Reiland Fine Arts Center 6 pm   JRMC Foundation Pillars of Giving Social 7:30 pm   Welcome and Philanthropist of the Year Announcement BeINSPIRED Keynote:  Mike Schlappi, 60 minutes Register below or please call JRMC Foundation at 701-952-4880 for more information....

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Be An Angel

Posted on Jul 7, 2017 in All News, Events | 0 comments

Be An Angel

SAVE YOUR TEE-TIME Dave and Dr. Mandy Sorlie in conjunction with Jamestown Region Medical Center (JRMC) Foundation will be hosting the 2nd Annual GOLF “fore” ANGELS outing at the Jamestown Country Club. It is a family-friendly event providing support for families experiencing infant loss. The event will include nine holes of golf, luncheon, silent auction and wine pull. Event also includes supervised activities for kids between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. with a free-will donation  RSVP is required. SPONSORSHIP LEVEL DETAILS Sponsorship Levels $1,000 Angel Sponsor foursome (4) golf tickets website and social media promotion signage at tee box special acknowledgement at the tourney Community Difference Partner recognition $500 Advocate Sponsor two (2) golf tickets signage at contest location (includes logo) contest branding $200 Hole Sponsor signage at tee box (includes logo) two (2) lunch tickets $200 Team Sponsor (4 people) $100 Prize & Auction Sponsor Individual Golf Tickets – $50 Each golf ticket includes: 9 holes of golf with cart lunch ticket beverages range balls awards ceremony REGISTRATION & PAYMENT For more information, please contact Lisa Jackson at (701) 253-4806 or ljackson@jrmcnd.com GOLF “fore” ANGELS ANGELS Fund Details SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017 Jamestown Country Club 3730 86th Ave SE 9 am Registration 10 am Shotgun Start 1 pm Luncheon, Silent Auction, Prizes, Wine Pull Golf Registration is $50 per player and includes: 9-holes of golf with cart winners pay-out hole contests and prizes luncheon range balls beverages   RAFFLE & PRIZES Chances to Win: cash, gift certificates, salon and spa items, vacation packages, gift bags, food and more. In 2015 Dave and Dr. Mandy Sorlie created the Advocating for Neonatal Grief and Early Loss Support (ANGELS) fund. The fund was created to help defer the financial burden for families who have experienced the loss of an infant at JRMC. Proceeds from the event will go towards the ANGELS fund, with a variety of ways to give which include; Donating a silent auction item or bottle of wine, becoming a sponsor, making a tax deductible gift directly to the fund, bringing a team to golf or attending the luncheon only. The CDC reports that over 23,000 fetal losses occurred in the United States in 2014. This type of loss is a sad reality for some families, and can have a devastating effect on the family. “As a family physician I have witnessed the pain and felt the heartbreak that families experience during the loss of an infant. My husband and I could not imagine being faced with a financial burden at the same time. My goal in creating this fund was to help families with the financial burden so they can focus on grieving their loss,” said Dr. Mandy Sorlie.   Thank you to last year’s 2016 Sponsors      ...

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Golf Drives Journey

Posted on Jun 22, 2017 in All News, Events, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Golf Drives Journey

Change the face of cancer care in our community. The 7th Annual GOLF “fore” GOOD Tournament will be held on Friday, July 21st beginning at 12:00 pm. Registration per player is $100 and includes 18-hole golf scramble, cart, meals, drink tickets, prizes on every hole, and swag bag. The Hole-in-One is presented by Don Wilhelm GMC Buick. Contact Lisa Jackson or Penny Holland at 701-952-4880 or ljackson@jrmcnd.com for questions. Highlights Include: Prizes on every hole Best dressed Emma Rosie’s Homecookin’ Winners can chose between golf club packages or JCC gift certificates SKINS game “Sod” basket for the worst score   SPONSORSHIP LEVEL DETAILS Sponsorship Levels Title Sponsor – $5,000 billboard recognition two foursomes – eight (8) golf tickets company logo on all signs and marketing website and social media promotion special acknowledgement at the tourney Community Difference Partner recognition* Eagle Sponsor – $2,500 custom event score card foursome (4) golf tickets signage at tee box special acknowledgement at the tourney Community Difference Partner recognition Birdie Sponsor – $1,000 foursome (4) golf tickets signage at tee box special acknowledgement at the tourney Community Difference Partner recognition Driving Range Sponsor foursome (4) golf tickets signage at driving range Hole-in-One or Contest Sponsor – $500 These sponsors will sanction the sponsorship prizes or contests. two (2) golf tickets signage at contest location (includes logo) contest branding Beverage Sponsor – $500 logo on drink tickets and beverage cart Team Sponsor – $400 foursome (4) golf tickets Hole Sponsor – $300 signage at tee box (includes logo) Individual Golf Tickets – $100 Each golf ticket includes: 18 holes of golf with cart lunch beverages range balls swag bag appetizers awards ceremony REGISTRATION & PAYMENT GOLF “fore” GOOD Concert for Care   FRIDAY, JULY 21, 2017 GOLF “fore” GOOD Jamestown Country Club 3730 86th Ave SE 10 am Registration, raffles and food 12:00 pm Shotgun Start 5:30 pm Awards, prizes and more food!   RAFFLE & PRIZES Chances to Win: vehicles, cash, gift certificates, shopping sprees, vacation packages, gift bags, driver, and more. TBA Concert for Care 2nd Ave SW, in front of the Elks & Bank Forward 6:00 pm Community BBQ 8:00 pm Street Dance   Thank you to last year’s 2016 Sponsors    ...

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Equipment “WISH” List

Posted on Jun 6, 2017 in All News | 0 comments

Equipment “WISH” List

With your help, we have built the new hospital. With your help, we will continue to support new technologies and equipment transforming how staff can treat and cure patients at JRMC. Your gifts to JRMC Foundation impact people’s health and touch their lives. Lifeline provides independence at home while keeping patients safe. Vapotherm units (above right) every patient in respiratory distress. Infants who have bronchiolitis or respiratory syncytial virus to elderly struggling with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease “FAST” bedside ultrasound rapidly identifies internal bleeding in trauma patients, potentially saving lives and creating better care outcomes. UVC disinfection system (pictured) dramatically reduces the risk of surgical site infections. This technology eliminates bacteria, viruses and protozoa and eradicates dangerous microorganisms such as drug-resistant superbugs including C. Diff, MRSA and VRE. Breast biopsy machine replaces surgical biopsy for breast cancer detection saving patients time, money and disfigurement from surgery. Your dollars provide… cancer care close to home 30 seconds of care at JRMC, $38 a warm HALO® SleepSack® swaddle that helps newborns sleep safely, $12 one Lifeline unit so patients can keep their independence at home and stay safe, $1,300 Vapotherm to help patients with COPD or who are in respiratory distress, $5,600 UVC disinfection system, $67,000 “FAST” ultrasound in the emergency department, $46,200 Breast biopsy machine to help replace surgical biopsy for breast cancer detection, $189,500 Our hospital continually requires facility updates and demands qualified staff. More than ever, it is an expectation to have state-of-the art equipment and services for quality and cost-effective care. We can’t afford to fall behind. Unfortunately, reimbursements from medical insurance do not cover all of these costs. That’s where supporters of JRMC Foundation make a difference. You can provide advancements in care. This includes cancer care or reducing the chance of infection through the UVC disinfection system.    Make a Gift   Additional Ways to Give Mail, Phone, EFT or Wire Transfer 40% North Dakota Tax Credit Gifts of Securities Thrivent Choice or Action Dollars Hour Club (Employee Payroll Deduction) Charitable IRA Rollover Gift of Grain or Stock   JRMC is one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in the United States and also voted the Best Places to Work by Modern Healthcare....

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Posted on Jan 20, 2017 in All News | 0 comments

The needs of one patient, one hospital are overwhelming alone. But together, our impact is match and makes THE difference. Your gift of $10 or more to Jamestown Regional Medical Center Foundation will be matched by generous hearts up to $50,000. Go #matchymatchy and see the impact of your hug at JRMC: $10 x 2 = $20 two infant swaddles $25 x 2 = $50 gas card for a cancer patient $100 x 2 = $200 helps provide a mammogram $500 x 2 = $1,000 emergency ultrasound machine $2,250 x 2 = $4,500 infusion IV pump for patient medications   Triple your impact by asking a friend or your employer to match your gift. EVENTS: Join us at the JRMC AppleBasket Cafe for pizza from 11am to 1pm. Make a gift by check or at our online giving station. Take a photo of your hug and share your story for our Miles Matter Radiothon on Big Dog 95.5 FM and TED FM...

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JRMC to Create Cancer Center

Posted on Dec 14, 2016 in All News | 0 comments

JRMC to Create Cancer Center

Jamestown, ND December 14, 2016— Cancer care will soon be a reality in Jamestown. Jamestown Regional Medical Center announced its plans to build its JRMC Cancer Center Tuesday at Knights of Columbus Hall. The cancer center will offer infusions and chemotherapy treatments to individuals in the Jamestown region. Currently, more than 100 people in the Jamestown and Stutsman County area travel more than 100 miles for that care. “Those miles are expensive, time-consuming and only add to the arduous task that is cancer treatment,” said Lisa Jackson, JRMC Foundation Director. “And once you consider surrounding counties like Foster, Eddy, Barnes, LaMoure and Kidder, we know we’ll serve many more than 100 individuals.” The JRMC Cancer Center will include six infusion rooms, a consultation area and space for nurses and staff. The cancer center will employ one oncologist as well as two registered nurses trained in oncology and their support staff. “Cancer can be devastating for patients and families. The JRMC Cancer Center will allow us to reduce the pain, difficulty and anxiety of the experience by providing the very best care in a hospital that our region trusts and believes in,” said K.C. DeBoer, JRMC President and CEO. To pay for the center, JRMC set a goal of $1.5 million. For more information or to make a donation, call (701)...

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