Your gift to support next-generation projects will enhance care for years to come and ensure that your legacy of compassion lives on.
What does it mean to give to….
- People? It means that patients are cared for by clinicians who are top in their field and a care team who goes the distance.
- Progress? It means you and your loved ones benefit from the latest medical advances.
- Partnerships? It means we’re stronger when we work together. When you give to partnerships, you enable care that expands beyond hospital walls and into the community spurring collaboration and innovation.
IU Health Academic Health Center (Downtown Indianapolis)
This medical center anchors the entire IU Health system through programs and partnerships that reach into all corners of Indiana. Priorities are focused on integrated and comprehensive destination medicine clinical programs—those signature programs that patients can’t get elsewhere in the state, nation and in some cases, the globe.
IU Health Ball Memorial North Tower
IU Health Bloomington Regional Academic Health Center
This new regional destination for healthcare, already under construction, is a collaborative project between IU Health and Indiana University and is scheduled to open in 2021 on the campus of Indiana University Bloomington. To learn more about naming opportunities and how to make an impact through philanthropy, email Diane Buzzell, director of philanthropy for the South Central Region or call 812.353.9567.
IU Health Frankfort Replacement Hospital
At this new hospital, opening in 2020, philanthropic support is needed to establish a physician residency program that will make an immediate impact and ensure the region continues to attract and retain the best clinicians. To learn about this and other opportunities, email Julie Paolillo, philanthropy director for the West Central Region or call 765.838.4912.
The Joe and Shelly Schwarz Cancer Center at IU Health North Hospital
More people can access the renowned cancer care delivered by IU Health now that the Joe & Shelly Schwarz Cancer Center has opened. Under one roof, the center offers radiation oncology spaces and infusion rooms, plus support services including a pharmacy and laboratory. Donors interested in complementary arts and wellness programming can make a big impact with gifts to the Integrative Health and Wellness Center, which will offer programs including art, music and yoga that benefit patients and their caregivers.
IU Health West Vertical Expansion
IU Health West Hospital is raising the roof. This vertical expansion will add 48 beds, a new ICU and new operating rooms to IU Health West Hospital, building on our promise to deliver personalized patient care by the most skilled professionals. To learn more about the role philanthropy can play in this project, contact email Heather Perdue, executive director, Philanthropy or call 317.688.5678.
Riley Maternity & Newborn Health
Indiana ranks among the 10 states with the highest infant mortality rates—in fact, 600 babies in Indiana die before reaching their first birthday. This is not acceptable. Our priority is to address this issue and improve outcomes for moms and babies.
Riley Children’s Health is expanding services to include comprehensive obstetric care for pregnant women while continuing its commitment to provide exceptional care for babies and children.
Funding supports recruitment of maternal-fetal medicine specialists, the new fetal center for expectant mothers whose babies have known birth defects, statewide training, and research to investigate the most effective ways to prevent prematurity and infant deaths.
To learn more about funding needs for Riley Maternity and Newborn Health, contact Cara Lathrop, Riley Children’s Foundation vice president of development at 317.634.4474.
IU Health Foundation has set the stage across Indiana to expand philanthropic support for IU Health. When you give, 100 percent of your gift benefits the programs you choose. To learn more about ways you can make an impact, email Nick Oyler, chief development officer, or call 317.962.1781.
Donors are making a difference for:
- Healthcare innovation
- Population health
- Virtual health programs
- Nursing education and recognition
- Substance use disorders
- Aging adults
- Community health
- Creative arts therapy
- Leadership development