The Schmidt Foundation has provided more than $2.3
million in financial support to numerous initiatives
that invest in exceptional heathcare for our region.
More than 100 community members and health-care workers attended a seminar on human trafficking in Hays in January. The event was sponsored by the HaysMed Foundation and HaysMed’s Human Trafficking Committee.Read More
. Our goal is always to provide you with a window into the good things happening at HaysMed and provide avenues through which you can support people and projects that mean the most to you. Learn more at haysmedfoundation.org.Read More
If you would like to join the celebration by sharing a personal note of thanks to a doctor who has impacted you or your family, we encourage you to nominate them for a HealthCare Champion award.Read More
The Center for Health Improvement recently added 3 aquatic cycles to benefit patients recovering from an injury, pre/postnatal mothers, and older adults thanks to gifts to the HaysMed Foundation.Read More
One of the most rewarding aspects of giving to the HaysMed Foundation is knowing your gift helps care for your family, friends, and community. One-hundred percent of every gift is used to enhance healthcare services available in western Kansas.Read More
Please join us in welcoming Jennifer White and Tina Peck with ICTSOS on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Hays, to learn more about human trafficking and how it affects our community, how we become more aware of human trafficking within our community, and how we can help.Read More
The HaysMed Foundation is pleased to announce the 2021
Through the kindness and foresight of generous donors, scholarships in
excess of $13,000 were awarded for postsecondary education.
To me, the greatest benefit of having a thriving, modern medical center in Hays that services patients from across the region isn’t the beautiful building or even the expensive, life-saving equipment; it’s the people. HaysMed associates are your family. We are your neighbors and friends.Read More
The two new Resusci Anne Mannequins were received and used for their first class in Advanced
Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) at the joint simulation lab located in Fort Hays State University’s Stroup Hall just a few short weeks
after the need was identified.