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Presbyterian Hospital Foundation

aka Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation   |   Charlotte, NC   |  https://supportnovanthealth.org/regional-foundations/presbyterian/

Mission

Presbyterian Hospital Foundation, doing business as Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation ("the foundation") was formed to accept gifts, seek grants and invest funds to support the Presbyterian Hospital doing business as Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center, Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center, Novant Health Mint Hill Medical Center and Presbyterian Medical Care Corp. doing business as Novant Health Matthews Medical Center as well as their strategic partners providing healthcare in the community. The Foundation's Mission is to engage and connect donors to Novant Health programs and Initiatives that save lives and improve the health of the communities we serve.

Ruling year info

1980

SVP, Novant Health and President of Novant Health Foundation

Ann Caulkins

Main address

PO Box 33549

Charlotte, NC 28233 USA

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EIN

58-1413074

NTEE code info

Community Health Systems (E21)

Single Organization Support (E11)

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Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation

Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation exists to receive and administer charitable contributions primarily for the benefit Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center, Huntersville Medical Center, Matthews Medical Center, Mint Hill Medical Center, Charlotte Orthopedic Hospital and Hemby Children's Hospital to benefit the communities they serve. All fundraising events have multiple objectives: to raise money and provide an avenue for people in the community to support the hospital. Special events offer a connection to the foundation by participation, involvement and creating ownership in the community.

Our top fundraising initiative supports the future state‐of‐the‐art John M. And Claudia W. Belk Heart and Vascular Institute and Edward I. and Agnes B. Weisiger Cancer Institute, which will enhance patient centered care, improve accessibility, increase affordability, improve care coordination and provide evidence‐based care to heart and vascular and cancer patients in one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. Other priority fundraising initiatives include Hemby Children's Hospital renovations, Huntersville Medical Center Pediatric Emergency Room and Cancer Center Campaign and Behavioral Health and Neuroscience Initiatives.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Community outreach is a critical component to the mission of Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation. Thanks to the support of Countless individuals, funding sources and community support of fundraising events, Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation is able to help improve the lives of those in Charlotte, NC and surrounding counties in many unique ways. Novant Health's Grants Administration team collaborates with grant funders and Novant Health clinical and operational leaders to connect funders' passions to critical needs, honoring intent and communicating impact.

Population(s) Served
Adults

These clinics will provide vital access to primary and preventive care to some of the city's most at‐risk and underserved communities. With services ranging from well visits, behavioral healthcare and physical therapy to social work, oral health and family planning, the clinics will offer patients a stable, integrative medical home right in their neighborhoods. Over the next five years, the clinics are expected to serve more than 35,000 charlotte children and adults, many of whom currently use emergency room services for their non-urgent medical needs.

Population(s) Served
Economically disadvantaged people

A multi‐faceted symptom management and rehabilitation program specially designed to help cancer survivors reach their desired quality of life, both physically and emotionally, is supported through foundation funds. Because many vital survivorship programs are not covered by insurance, our ultimate goal is to raise funds to support every one of our cancer patients through their survivorship journey and the many programs offered. Some of these programs include "strides to strength", an ongoing cancer wellness and fatigue management program to improve physical and emotional recovery for all cancer survivors undergoing treatment or recovering from its effects; yoga for cancer survivors catering to a variety of survivor needs and skill levels; massage for cancer survivors taught by licensed massage therapists with special training in oncology; and exercise and nutrition where cancer survivors learn about incorporating nutrition and exercise into their care.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Provides free support services to anyone in the community affected by cancer. Services include counseling, support groups, case management services, educational seminars, resource library and a lending boutique for borrowing wigs, scarves, hats, turbans, bras and prostheses.

Population(s) Served
Adults

The Martin Truex Junior Foundation Pediatric Emergency Department at Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center. This will be the first pediatric Emergency Department for the Lake Norman area, one of the nation's fastest growing markets.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

The SherryStrong Integrative Medicine Oncology Clinic at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. These contributions to Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation will provide healthy and positive outcomes for our communities.

Population(s) Served
Adults

The John M. and Claudia W. Belk Heart and Vascular Medical Plaza, a comprehensive outpatient facility. The Belk donation is the lead gift in the Foundation's groundbreaking campaign, a capital campaign, which Presbyterian Medical Center launched to take on the nation's number one and number two killers ‐ cancer and heart disease. The Outpatient Heart and Vascular and Cancer Institute will enhance patient‐centered care coordination, improve accessibility, increase affordability and provide leading‐edge treatments for patients facing these challenging diagnoses that often require numerous appointments over the course of many months. The facility will function as a hub for virtually all outpatient needs a cardiac patient may have, including: medical clinics for cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, rehabilitation, nutrition services, dedicated nurse navigators, research and clinical trials, a retail pharmacy, and chapel. A sky bridge connecting the facility to Presbyterian Medical Center will support the continuity of care for all patients who access these services. The facility will also house Presbyterian Medical Center's Outpatient Cancer Services including a cancer urgent care and the cardio‐oncology program, an emerging field of medicine dedicated to minimizing the cardiovascular impact of cancer treatment.

Population(s) Served
Adults

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Presbyterian Hospital Foundation

Board of directors
as of 06/08/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Alex Funderburg

William Kelvin Anderson

Jerry L Barron, MD

Wendy Bilas

Anna Blizzard

Mary E Bourne

Doyle G Bryant

Byron L Bullard

John T Cashion

Amanda W Cornelson

William S Cohen, Jr.

Ellis R. Davis

Robert W Deaton

Joshua A Dobi

Jennifer A Doyle

Leigh Edwards

John Fitzhugh

Sidney M Fletcher, MD

Michael T Greer

D. Oscar Groomes

Richard J Hagen, Jr.

Emily W Harry

Robert Hassler, MD

Kate K Hatcher

Alan S Holden

Nathaniel M Hyde

Linda Matney

John M McDonald

Walter O Nisbet, IV

Jeffery N Pilon

Shawn P Quillin, MD

Caldwell R Rose

Hubert Keith Stoneman, Jr.

Ben Styers

Martin D Welton

Michael C Wiles