Residential Hospice House Fund
The project provides for the construction of the Anna
Mae Owen Residential Hospice House where terminally ill
patients can end life’s journey in a comfortable
home-like setting. It offers an important option for
people who are in need of end-of-life care and cannot,
or prefer not to die at home in a hospital, or nursing
home. Residential Hospice Houses offer a variety of
services to meet the physical, emotional, psychosocial,
and spiritual needs of its residents.
Capital Construction & Equipment Fund
The equipment fund will support the purchase of new equipment, state-of-the-art technology,
and the means to keep the hospital in the forefront of medical advancement. The importance of
maintaining the latest in technology has become crucial to providing our patients with the best in care.
Goes toward areas of greatest need.
Programs & Services
Employee Assistance Fund
Funds used to help employees during an emergency situation.
Cancer Patient Fund
Money set aside to help patients with payments for minor expenses that might keep them from receiving cancer treatment.
Center for Aging Fund
Supports the development of a research center to better provide services to our elderly patients.
Diabetes Center Fund
Supports the development of a center to improve the lives of people living with diabetes with the help of diabetes management programs.
Supports the first West Kentucky Epilepsy Center, which is dedicated to helping people with epilepsy get the help they need close to home.
Our donors are our partners. Together we work to provide the highest quality care to our region. We benefit from the extraordinary generosity of our donors and are pleased to have naming opportunities available.
There are a variety of naming opportunities at Murray-Calloway County Hospital for donors who wish to dedicate a room or fund a facility, equipment or program. These opportunities can vary, based on location and type of facility. Our fundraising staff work closely with our donors of major gifts to identify a fitting and unique naming opportunity.
To discuss these opportunities, please contact Keith Travis, Vice President of Institutional Development at (270) 762.1908 or (270) 227.0253.