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New Donor System to be installed at Fremont Medical Center Celebrating the generosity of our donors.

Rideout Health Group donor walls give public recognition of the organizations and individuals who have helped to build our hospitals and campuses.

                Donor walls throughout our campuses garner attention from hospital staff, patients and visitors. It is one of the key ways in which we can publically say thank you!

                Earlier in the year, the Foundation board made some organizational changes to its stewardship program and realized that our Donor systems should be renovated. And, thanks to the generosity of our community, they also needed expansion!

                In our recently refurbished front lobby at Fremont Medical Center, slated for installation Jan 4, will be a beautiful Hall of Honor donor wall, depicting a silhouette of the Sutter Buttes, and portraits of donors who gifted $150,000 or more to the Rideout Foundation. Panels listing donor names are also a part of the Honor Wall design. This display is dedicated to those persons whose thoughtfulness and sense of community responsibility made Fremont Medical Center possible.

                Additionally, Donor Recognition Monitors will be installed later in January at:

                The Fountains; The Gardens; and Rideout Memorial Hospital, 2nd Floor Waiting Room.

                In 2009 new Donor Recognition Monitors were installed at: The Courtyard Assisted Living, The Rideout Cancer Center and the new Urgent Care Center.

                Community support laid the foundation for healthcare excellence in our region when donors helped build our hospitals. This community spirit and sense of purpose is deeply appreciated.

                The Rideout Foundation recognizes that all donations enhance our healthcare system. All donations are put to use in the area of greatest need or in an area designated by the donor.

For more information about the Rideout Foundation call 751-4070 or visit us online at