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Marshall Browning Hospital's Annual Giving Club

Making possible exciting improvements that benefit the health and wellness of our community.

Answering a Special Need and Responding

The need for your involvement and support is the result of a changing healthcare environment, which has presented Marshall Browning Hospital with new financial challenges. It has become increasingly more difficult for the hospital to generate adequate revenue to meet its operating expenses. Medicare and Medicaid's payment system, bad debt, and charity care are a few of the reasons. For example, Marshall Browning Hospital receives on average only 50 cents for each dollar of revenue generated. Marshall Browning Hospital is constantly looking for solutions to these challenges, which have decreased the amount of funds available for capital improvements and other special projects.

Sharing the Solution

The members of the Annual Giving Club serve as an integral part of the overall solution. Together, they support Marshall Browning Hospital in providing funds not otherwise available to the hospital, making possible exciting improvements that benefit the health and wellness of all the communities served.

Requirements of Membership

To join the Annual Giving Club there are only two requirements needed:
An active interest in the future development and capital projects of Marshall Browning Hospital.
An annual contribution to the hospital.

How are the Contributions Used?

Your membership gift for the Annual Giving Club goes immediately into a fund that is used only for capital equipment, renovation, and the expansion needs of the hospital. Every gift is used for patient care facilities, programs, or equipment. No contributions are used for operating expenses or to pay salaries of any personnel. Donations are tax deductible as provided by law.

An Invitation to Join

We hope that you will decide to join the other caring individuals who support Marshall Browning Hospital through membership in the Annual Giving Club. There are three levels from which to choose:
Bronze - gifts of $100 or more annually
Silver - gifts of $250 or more annually
Gold - gifts of $500 or more annually
Each year your annual gift automatically enrolls you as a member. If you are interested in joining, please contact Pam Logan at (618) 542-2146 ext. 1433.

Privileges of Membership

In addition to the tax-deductible benefits provided by your valuable gift to Marshall Browning Hospital, membership in the Annual Giving Club affords you the following privileges:
Permanent recognition in our hospital.
Personal invitation to an annual event recognizing Annual Giving Club members.
Invitation to other special events and programs offered by the hospital.
Recognition in the hospital's quarterly newsletter.
Updates on the hospital services and activities.

A Cordial Invitation to Join

Marshall Browning Hospital extends a cordial invitation to become a member of the Annual Giving Club.

As a member, your annual contribution to Marshall Browning Hospital will ensure that our services, should you need them, are here for you, your family, friends and loved ones.

For more information, please call the hospital at (618) 542-2146, ext. 1433.

All physicians and mid-level providers furnishing services are independent contractors and are not employees of Marshall Browning Hospital with the exception of Dr. E. Clay Travis, David Dickinson, DPM, Mariah Charles, FNP, Danielle Klump, FNP, Kathy Laird, APN, Mandie Bagwell, NP, Ariele Loiacono, FNP, Elizabeth Harbison, FNP, Michael Staff, PA-C, Heather Rice, PA-C, and Heather Burns, RD/LDN, CDE. Emergency Room physician services are provided by Integritas Emergency Physician Services. Hospitalist services are provided by Integritas. Radiology services are provided under the auspices of Cape Radiology and pathology services are provided by SEMC Pathology. Interpretation of cardiology diagnostic testing is provided by Prairie Heart. Specialty Clinics physicians holding clinics at Marshall Browning Hospital are independent contractors and are not employees of Marshall Browning Hospital. Anesthesia services are provided under the auspices of G & G Anesthesia.
Independent physicians providing services at Marshall Browning Hospital bill for their services separately and the Hospital Financial Assistance application does not cover nor apply to fees charged. Independent physicians include but are not limited to emergency room physicians (Integritas Emergency Physician Services), radiologists (Cape Radiology), anesthesia (G & G Anesthesia), and pathologists (SEMC). All specialty clinic physicians also bill for their services separately and the Hospital Financial Assistance application does not cover nor apply to fees charged with the exception of the following physicians: Endocrinology Clinic: Issa Abed, M.D.; Gastroenterology Clinic: Roshani Desai, M.D., Hany Elbeshbeshy, M.D., Christine Hachem, M.D., Alex Befeler, M.D., Jason Taylor, M.D.; Pain Management: Paul Juergens, M.D.; Pulmonology: Suhail Istanbouly, M.D.; Rheumatology: Frederick Pfalzgraf, M.D.; Sleep Clinic: Suhail Istanbouly, M.D.
Marshall Browning Medical Clinic and Marshall Browning Family Health Center are hospital-based rural health clinics operated under Marshall Browning Hospital. Eligibility for financial need assistance as determined through the Patient Financial Assistance application will apply to services billed through the Marshall Browning Medical Clinic and Family Health Center.