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The future of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital is a very bright and exciting one!  On April 11th, Bozeman Health held a ceremonial groundbreaking event to share their plans and the future of Bozeman Deaconess.  Bozeman Health will be enhancing critical care services, constructing a three-story patient care tower, and expanding the neonatal intensive care services.  During the ceremony, the Bozeman Health Foundation and Bozeman Health also announced the official launch of their charitable campaign, Caring Forward!  Robyn Erlenbush is proud to be part of this project.  This is what she has to say:

Nearly two years ago, Bozeman Health and Bozeman Health Foundation launched the silent phase of the largest charitable campaign in our history: Caring Forward- The campaign for a healthier community. It has been a very rewarding experience to co-chair the Caring Forward Campaign for Bozeman Health.  This $15 million campaign includes funds for the new patient tower which will house our expanded ICU rooms. I am most grateful for the generosity and kindness of our donors as well as the dedication of the individual who have work diligently on our campaign steering committee for the past 20 months.  This is a very exciting time for our growing community and health care.

Bozeman Heath's article shares that Caring Forward as already received $11.2 million towards the end goal of $15 million. Erlenbush recognized Kendeda Fund, the Charles and Peggy Stephenson Foundation, and Tom Hayes for their exceedingly generous support.  The donors and supporters are the key factors in making this project come to life and to reach the end goals.

  • Enhancing Critical & Intensive Care:
    • Intensive Care Unit (ICU) by growing the facility from just eight rooms, 150 square feet each to twenty rooms with 300 square feel for patients and their families comfort in mind.
  • Expanding Community Outreach and Access
  • Innovation and Excellence in Cancer and Cardiac Care
  • Growing Big Sky Medical Center

Montana Governor, Steve Bullock was also present at Wednesdays ceremony.  The Bozeman Daily Chronicle shared his statement:

Whether you're a doctor, donor, CEO, board member or nurse—the dedication of this community to ensuring our fellow hard-working Montanans have access to the health care they need is literally saving lives.

Bozeman Health president and CEO, John Hill tells Bozeman Health News:

For more than 100 years, Bozeman Health has always made it a priority to meet the growing healthcare needs of Southwest Montana. Today is yet another example of that commitment. As we embark on this investment into the health of our community, I'm so proud to be part of the Bozeman Health team.
Photos Credit Rachel Leathe provided by The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Agents: Robyn Erlenbush


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