News and Updates
Big things are always happening at Mercy.
As health care providers, we are called upon to care for victims of violence and witness the devastating consequences not only to the victim, but to our larger community, CHI has recognized the need to address the cost of violence to our nation’s health and developed the “United Against Violence” campaign in an effort to…Read More
Mercy Cancer Center was recently selected to receive a grant as a part of the 2013 LIVESTRONG Community Impact Project. The $15,000 grant will help fund “Creative Journeys,” a program offering people living with cancer the opportunity to connect with others through the arts which can reduce anxiety, allay fears and combat boredom. Online voting was…Read More
Mercy Foundation recently received a $19,500 grant from the Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Christopher Anderson Norton (CAN) Foundation to purchase the Bioness H200 hand rehabilitation system for Mercy Riverside Rehab. This equipment will enable individuals with a spinal cord injury or other neurological conditions to potentially regain use of their hands. The SCI CAN Foundation…Read More