Working to Impact the Health of Western Kansas

Gifts to the Foundation provide vital philanthropic support to help fund life-saving equipment, special projects and programs for HaysMed that will positively  impact the health of our region.

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Ways to Give

Every gift - no matter how large or small - makes an enormous difference in the lives of those we serve.

Our Projects

Your gifts to the HaysMed Foundation improve healthcare for Kansans. Learn about the projects your gifts support.

Your Legacy

Some gifts provide immediate benefits to HaysMed and donors alike; other gifts may be postponed until after the donor’s lifetime.

Foundation News

Dane G. Hansen Foundation Grant Facilitates Major Operating Room Technology Upgrade

December 16, 2019

Based in Logan, Kansas, the Dane G. Hansen Foundation awarded a 500,000 grant this fall that allowed HaysMed to acquire the da Vinci® Xi robotic surgery platform. This highly sophisticated surgical equipment represents a two-generation leap in technology from HaysMed’s previous platform. Each new generation of the “robot” provides our doctors more precision, flexibility, and control than the previous version.

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Paul and Virginia Miller Society

December 16, 2019

We understand. Planned giving seems complicated and can involve some emotional questions:

  • Will I have enough to live out my retirement comfortably?
  • What if I outlive my savings?
  • What happens if I or my spouse get sick or need long-term care?
  • How do I make sure my children/grandchildren are provided for?
  • Can I use my assets to create a legacy for my family?
  • What’s the best way to pass my values and experiences to future generations?
  • Where do I get started?

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The View from Here

December 16, 2019

Make a commitment to do something to protect all of the most sacred things on that list. It may be gathering all your important documents and account lists into single, safe place. It may be to set that initial appointment with your estate planning attorney or financial advisor. It could be something as simple as a conversation with your spouse or children. Make a promise to yourself that you will do something to communicate to those in your life the things about which you are truly passionate.

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