From Stafford County Health Care Foundation:
We are thrilled that Stan Reimer is exhibiting in our rotating art display at Stafford County Hospital! His exhibit will be on display through April. Stan has photographed many Stafford County residents over the years, and resides in Pratt.
Most of his works are for sale. If interested, contact him directly at (620) 770-2282.
He is available to come talk about his photos for small groups of 20, so if you are interested, contact him or a member of the foundation board!
Stan still does photo restoration and some portraits in his spare time!
Stafford County Health Care Foundation has given AEDs to each of the county schools for the purpose of having an AED available when not in the school building. These AEDs are in a durable waterproof carrying case and can be taken to the track/field or on field trips. Our county schools are doing a tremendous job of taking care of our students. We are grateful to them for being a key component in improving the health of Stafford County!
The Stafford County Health Care Foundation's rotating art display now features fantastic works of art by 2nd and 3rd grade students at Stafford Elementary School. Stop by Stafford County Hospital and see them all! They will be on display through the month of March.
Stafford Co. Health Care Foundation is pleased to have a Stafford High School alum exhibit art at the Stafford County Hospital! Betty Jo (Curtis) Houchen has exceptional pastels to enjoy, some of which are for sale. Contact Barb New in the SCH office if you are interested in purchasing. And, yes, she is Barb's aunt (Jack Curtis's sister)! You won't want to miss this exhibit!
Thanks to a very SPECIAL donor through the Golden Belt Community Foundation.......our ENTIRE GBCF Wish List ($4,150) has been granted!!
Stafford County Health Care Foundation has been busy with community projects in 2021, in line with their mission to improve community health. First aid kits were purchased for Stafford Recreation Commission for the sports teams' coaches to have available at practices and games. These will be returned at the end of each season, to be used for the following sport season. Leisure Homestead in Stafford had needs met for two charting tablets and an oxygen concentrator. Leisure Homestead in St. John received a hi-low bed and a broda chair that they were needing. Kenwood Plaza acquired a mobile blood pressure unit and a scale to be used with a wheelchair. These projects would not have been possible without donations from the generous residents of Stafford County. Suggestions for community health improvement are always welcome.
About Our Foundation
The Stafford County Health Care Foundation is dedicated to the continuance of quality health care throughout the Stafford County area. We strive to improve medical services to the patients served by the Stafford County Hospital and to promote the general health and welfare of the public in Stafford County.
Making a Difference at Stafford County Hospital
Making a Difference in Stafford County
The Foundation may be contacted through the Stafford County Hospital office at (620) 234-5221 or via Stafford County Health Care Foundation on Facebook.