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Ways to Give

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Cody Regional Health Foundation. There are many ways you can choose to make a difference at Cody Regional Health such as:

  1. Make an annual gift at the giving level that's right for you
  2. Volunteer at a Foundation Event or within the Hospital
  3. Participate on our Patient Family Advisory Council
  4. Participate in our fundraising events
  5. Champion the Foundation in the Community
  6. Follow us on social media

How Gifts make an Impact

Through generous giving to the Foundation, we are able to make a profound difference in the health care needs of the community we serve. We believe in our hospital, our doctors, our medical staff, and all the staff that makes our hospital a caring place. Gifts have helped to purchase necessary equipment, establish service lines, build necessary facilities, provide free community education, and make upgrades to enhance patient experience and quality of care in our area. These initiatives have helped to provide our community with additional healthcare opportunities such as cardiac care, alternative mental health therapies, cancer care support, dialysis, and end of life care.

Departments within Cody Regional Health can apply for grants through the Foundation to support special person centered care initiatives. In the past, this has included community education through our Stop the Bleed Program, handheld ultrasounds to quickly diagnose immediate patient dangers, and rehabilitation equipment to support patient healing and growth.

What Our Patients Have to Say
  • "Very knowledgeable and caring staff and I got very consistently good care while I was there."

    - ACU/CCU Patient
  • "The doctors and nurses in the OB department were amazing. I really appreciated all of their hard work to make sure that I had a great birth experience at Cody Regional Hospital."

    - Women’s Health Patient
  • "My experience at Cody was very, very good. It was excellent. The staff was great, and I was treated really well. It's a great place to be if you have to be in the hospital."

    - Critical Care Patient