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The IU Health Arnett Hospital Philanthropy Council, in partnership with the IU Health Foundation, has announced five grants to support hospital initiatives and improve health throughout the region. The funded programs focus on the health of infants and their mothers, patients undergoing chemotherapy and victims of sexual assault. The grants were awarded from IU Health Arnett Hospital’s area of greatest need fund, which supports priorities identified by hospital leaders.
“These grants fund specialized equipment and training that enable our excellent clinicians to deliver even better care,” said Julie Paolillo, director of philanthropy for IU Health West Central Region. “Philanthropy allows us to go the extra mile to meet challenges in our region and in our state.”
Each initiative aligns with the IU Health systemwide goals of making Indiana one of the healthiest states in the nation.
The following projects were funded:
You can help meet health challenges in your own community by contributing to your local IU Health hospital’s area of greatest need. To learn more, visit iuhealthfoundation.org.