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Ways to Give
With your gift, Mercy Health - Cincinnati has been working to support and retain new nurses with a year-long mentoring program.
Peggy Greenburg is an active member of The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health’s auxiliary. Peggy and the volunteer team have a passion for giving back to a hospital that has been an important part of their lives.
Because Susan couldn’t work during the radiation, chemotherapy and surgery she received at Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital, she relied on donors like you to provide aid.
After initial treatments for cancer, Marcus spent three weeks at The Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health Cincinnati Cancer and Cellular Therapy Center. Because donors like you support the Ben Jackson Fund, the family was able to receive financial aid while he could not work.
Jennifer is so thankful for your support of the Mercy Health Partnership Program, which helps support her patients when they are under financial stress.
Meet Gail & Stuart
Gail and Stuart Koford joined the Anderson Emergency Room Renovation project after seeing firsthand how Mercy Health needed their help to make a difference.
For Kayla, our Perinatal Outreach Program has made a tremendous difference in her ability to provide for her family.
A mobile mammography service found Erin’s cancer early. Now she connects other women to the lifesaving technology that your donations support.
Barb Chappell's family has always had exemplary care at Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital. She wants others in her community to experience the same.
Dr. Jones’ Story
Dr. Jones is grateful for your help that made it possible for her to be part of a new residency program.