Become a Champion at Winchester Hospital
Champions for Better Health are some of our most dedicated and valued Winchester Hospital supporters, providing friends and neighbors in our community access to high quality, compassionate care, close to home. Your consistent support directly impacts all aspects of patient care while strengthening the services we proudly provide to our patients each and every day.
To become a Champion for Better Health, use our easy and secure online donation form or learn about how to make your donation. You may also contact the Winchester Hospital Foundation at 781-756-2156.
See how your gift can make a difference:
$10 a month for one year can help fund:
- Two EKGs for patients waiting for answers
- Flu shots for four high-risk patients
- Enrollment for a local family who has a child in the Pediatric Asthma Program
- A consultation for an individual suffering with diabetes
$25 a month for one year can help fund:
- Breast Care Center consults for three at risk women
- Osteoporosis screenings for early detection and prevention
- A wheelchair for a patient in need
- A consultation with one of our oncology specialists
$50 a month for one year can help fund:
- Speech therapy for an individual in our community
- Ten acupuncture sessions to relieve chronic pain for someone in need
- Fetal ultrasounds for two pregnant at risk women and their babies
- Two screening mammograms for local women
$100 a month for one year can help fund:
- Eight bone marrow biopsies
- One CT scan to provide answers about a patients’ health
- Four needed blood transfusions
We thank all of our Champions for their support!
Winchester Hospital offers a variety of rehabilitation services –including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy – to help you get back to your normal routine.
The skilled and caring staff at Winchester Hospital's Pain Management Center helps hundreds of patients each year reduce and cope with chronic pain so that they can lead more active and productive lives.