Marysville, KS — Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) received a $10,000 grant from Union Pacific Foundation. The Union Pacific Foundation Board approved the grant award to CMH to assist with construction of its new hospital facility.
“We are very appreciative of the grant from the Union Pacific Foundation,” stated Pam Harrison, CMH Foundation Coordinator. “It is rewarding when others recognize the merit of your project and are willing to invest in it. Union Pacific has always been a strong supporter of our community and we are grateful for that.”
Construction of the new 48,092 square foot hospital is currently underway with completion of the project set for spring 2011. The mission of CMH is to “excel at caring for their patients” and this new facility, coupled with a staff of knowledgeable and dedicated individuals, will allow them to fulfill this mission. Some of the many improvements being made are greater accessibility for patients, improved patient care areas, and increased patient privacy.
“Union Pacific has a long-standing commitment to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve and where our employees live and work,” said Robert Turner, President of the Union Pacific Foundation. “We are proud to support Community Memorial Healthcare and extend our best wishes for continued success.”