In the past year we’ve all read and heard so much about COVID. Nowhere is this more true than in the healthcare arena. It is important to remember, though, that this challenge is not something that we’ve done instead of the day-to-day business of helping people be healthy, but in addition to it. Associates of HaysMed have risen to the challenge. We’d like to take a moment to share a few of the responses our associates have demonstrated to maintaining quality of care for our patients and one another.

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We respectfully recognize the names of family members, friends and HaysMed Associates who have been honored or memorialized through contributions to the HaysMed Foundation November 1 – December 31, 2020.

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Although the people of HaysMed and throughout our region have continued to flex and spring back upright, we look forward to the hurricane subsiding and the sun to shine again so we may rest, recover, and evaluate.

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Click for a walk down memory lane. See photos of the people and projects made possible through the generosity of so many so we can all enjoy the best care in the region.

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One of the most rewarding aspects of giving to the HaysMed Foundation is knowing your gift helps care for your family, friends, and community. 100% of every gift is used to enhance healthcare services available in western Kansas.

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Isaac Chambers, MD – Dreiling/Schmidt Cancer Institute, Kent Gleed, MD – DeBakey Heart Institute, Jeffrey Henry, MD – HaysMed Family Medicine, Edgardo Olvera Lopez, MD – Hospitalist, Douglas Tangel, MD – Pulmonology Associates, Kalyan Wagle, MD – DeBakey Heart Institute, Edith Wilson, MD – Western Kansas Urological Associates

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Miller Society members have expressed a lifelong commitment to the health of western Kansans. They are invited to various activities, including the annual Miller Society Luncheon and, with permission, are recognized in our publications.

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Western Kansans are uniquely independent, but we’ve always taken care of each other. Although there is much uncertainty, we do know that we will continue working to care for one another.

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