Grateful Patient Program
Be a part of the Tolfree Foundation Provider Recognition Team!
As a patient at West Branch Regional Medical Center, we invite you to share in our mission by honoring that special caregiver that made a difference during your visit to the medical center.
Perhaps, you are thankful for...
- The knowledge and medical expertise of your doctor
- The care provided by a special medical professional
- The personalized attention you received from your medical team
- The outstanding work of a hospital employee, department, or volunteer
- The gift of restored health
Throughout the medical center gifts received from grateful patients make it possible for us to
provide state-of-the-art technology to provide the best possible care for all our patients. You’ve benefited from the generosity of past patients, and we hope that you will “pay it forward” by
extending the quality of care that you have received to future patients.
When you contribute to the Tolfree Foundation, you show your appreciation in a way that will help others receive outstanding care. The effects of your kindness are profound and far-reaching. Your gift will help to change lives!
Choose where your donation goes...
Greatest Need Fund
Greatest Need Funds are extremely important because they give West Branch Regional Medical Center the maximum flexibility to address our community’s highest priorities. Your gift will work to ensure high quality healthcare for you, your family, and community.
Healthaccess is a community outreach service of West Branch Regional Medical Center serving uninsured and underinsured individuals. Clients come to the program in need of medical care, prescription medication, doctors visits, medical supplies, dental care, gas cards to travel to treatment, and more. Your contribution will help those residing in our area receive the medical care they deserve.
Help to make a difference in the lives of your family, friends and neighbors, through the addition of necessary equipment and facility improvement. The Foundation is currently raising funds to purchase a Shoulder Positioner, Stress System with Treadmill, and Digital Mammography System. To view progress on these items, visit Capital Needs.
My daughter, Sara, has been a patient at West Branch Regional Medical Center on several occasions during the past three years. Sara has Cerebral Palsy and is totally dependent so she asked me to write this letter on her behalf. She wants the employees at WBRMC to know how much she, and her family, have appreciated the services and special care she has received at WBRMC.
Sara had a very bad experience at another hospital, where she told the doctor (using her adaptive communications device) “you treat me like a disability and not a person”. The doctor apologized, told her she was right, and that she should have looked at her differently. Thus, on her first admission to WBRMC she was very apprehensive. She soon was very happy when she was treated much like any other patient and addressed as an individual and spoken to directly. It was a real blessing when she was feeling better and I would come down the hall and hear laughter coming from her room as the nurses and aides were caring for her.
The family members who stayed with her were also well treated. We as a family cannot say enough about the care Sara received during her stays at the medical center. Not only do we praise the nurses and doctors but the support staff as well. All employees have made a point of knowing Sara, checking on her, and speaking to her when she is at the medical center as an outpatient.
Sara also poses some unique problems when it comes to having medical tests administered. Again, everyone has gone out of their way to make things as easy on her as possible. Additionally, I would like to thank the Emergency Room staff for making her visits as comfortable as possible.
We would like to close by saying thank you for making our many visits to WBRMC a rewarding experience.
Elizabeth R. Murdoch and the family of Sara Murdoch
Download the Grateful Patient Program brochure
“I hate having my blood drawn but had to for about 8 consecutive months. Joni and Kathy in the Medical Arts Center lab were great and really helped get me through my lab process. Thank you Joni and Kathy!”
- Kathy Adair
For more information, please contact the Foundation office at 989.343.3690.