HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center, HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital, HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital and Prevea Health have launched a toll-free helpline designed to help Medicare patients select a health plan that fits their needs.
At Lakeland Care, Inc. (LCI), supporting individuals’ independence and helping them live well in their communities is part of the mission.
FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 2019 Bike to the Beat Registrations donate Over $56,000 to the Fox Cares Foundation
Bike to the Beat Track 4 had another successful year!
FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: UA 400 Pipe Trades Receives $1,500 Grant from the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region through the Rollie Choudoir - UA Local 400 Memorial Fund
The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, Inc. has awarded a $1,500 grant to UA 400 Pipe Trades through the Rollie Choudoir – UA Local 400 Memorial Fund.
The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region has hired Steve Veldhorst as chief financial officer.
FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The Community Blood Center Expands and Partners with OSF HealthCare St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group
The Community Blood Center (CBC), a local non-profit organization supplying life-saving blood and platelets to hospitals in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (U.P.), has expanded its hospital partnerships to include OSF HealthCare St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group.
Wind River Financial, a payment processing company based out of Madison, announced its strategic partnership with Milwaukee-based revenue cycle intelligence company, Sift Healthcare.
The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region announced news of a most unusual estate gift it received last year: a fully operational cheese factory owned by the late Marilynn Taylor of New London, Wis.
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GREATER MADISON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Ford Motor Company donates to Nationwide Trophy Recycling Program
For over 30 years Total Awards & Promotions has been accepting old trophies that people couldn’t throw away but wanted them to have a second life.