Redmond Regional Medical Center employees gave back to the community by participating in the hospital’s annual campaign of charitable giving, the Giving Hearts Campaign. Redmond’s colleagues led an organized campaign of financial giving to non-profit organizations of their choosing. Employees were able to make a one-time donation or set up an automatic withdrawal from their paycheck. Through the leadership of this year’s campaign co-chairs, Stevie Ivey and Mallory Gresham, over 560 employees participated in the campaign and raised a total of over $170,000.

“Our Redmond Family has remained dedicated to caring for our community through this very difficult year of the pandemic,” said Redmond Chief Executive Officer John Quinlivan. “That dedication to caring includes our patients as well as our friends, neighbors, and families we may not even know. Virtually everyone has felt the impact of the pandemic in some form, and needs in our community are greater than ever. I am incredibly proud of our team and their exceptional generosity in meeting those needs during this unprecedented time.”

To make an even more significant impact, Redmond’s parent company, HCA Healthcare, once again contributed to this local campaign. For every eligible employee donation between $250 and $500, HCA Healthcare matched the contribution to the employee’s chosen charity. Funds from this matching program, combined with the employees’ charitable donations, helped Redmond employees raise a total of over $170,000.

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