The HRMC Foundation was created to
assist Holy Rosary Medical Center in meeting their capital needs through philanthropic
efforts. Just as in 1911 when the community members met the challenge when the Dominican
Sister asked for financial support, almost 100 years later, so has our present community.
Contributions to the Foundation allow Holy Rosary Medical Center the ability to
adapt with the evolving needs of those we care for. Changing technology along with
the need for innovation and facility updates makes continued support of the Foundation
even more important.
Our Foundation, which is relatively
new, was formed in November of 2004. Our Mission is "to help community members have
access to the highest levels of health care in their own community". We do this
by acquiring the necessary capital to assist Holy Rosary Medical Center in creating
an environment of excellence in healthcare. Holy Rosary continues to lead the valley
with our technology and services; we strive to recruit top physicians in their fields,
and maintain our charity programs for those without the ability to pay
The Holy Rosary Medical Center Foundation has done very successful community events
including - Superbowl Celebration, where we not only raised funds for the OB Renovation
project at Holy Rosary, but we also provided a wonderful family event for our communities.
There is also an Annual Pledge Campaign every November and December; as well as
a very successful Employee Giving Campaign held in October.
What the donations are used for
Funds raised from these various campaigns have helped us to contribute $43,000 toward
the OB Renovation Project, purchase nursery equipment such as bilimeters and infant
warmers, provide Asthma Workshops for children with asthma and their parents, and
provide new equipment in the Infusion suite.
Another very important fund administered
by the Foundation is the Employee Crisis Fund, where money generated through the
Employee Campaign can be used to assist HRMC Employees with financial crisis. We
have helped with funeral expenses, airline tickets to see terminally ill parents
in another state, to provide heating assistance, as well as numerous other types
of issues that many may encounter.
House for the Hospital
We found the need to take on a large project that could generate income and revenue
for the Foundation. Thus, "A House for the Hospital" project was created. A building
lot in Northview Ranch subdivision was donated by Pelican Development; RJ Investments,
Inc donated the work as general contractor; building materials were donated by numerous
businesses; and the majority of the construction labor was volunteer labor. Ground
broke the end of March 2008.
The 'House for the Hospital' is complete and FOR SALE!!
The home is 1996 sq., ft with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in beautiful Northview Ranch
Subdivision. It is a very spacious open floor plan with gas forced air heat, gas
fireplace, central air, breakfast bar, and a 3 car garage.
- Hickory Cabinets in kitchen, bathrooms, laundry room, and a hickory fireplace
- Tile in entry way, laundry room, kitchen, master bath, & main bath!
- Master Bath - walk-in master shower, his & hers closets, double sinks & private toilet room
- 3 car garage, forced air gas heat, central air, breakfast bar, dishwater, range, & microwave
- Beautifully landscaped with underground automatic sprinkler system
If you are interested in learning more about the House for the Hospital, please contact Rick Greif and Lark Mackenzie at 208-230-4588 or 208-707-0929
David Greis, of DACH Custom Home Builders did the framing portion of the project.
David Greis is the main owner of his Parma Corporation that includes four owners.
He has named his company after his four sons, ages 15 to 9: Dakotah, Anthony, Chase
Of his five fulltime employees, two have college degrees, two are retired
after serving for twenty years in the Navy, and one also volunteers as a junior
high coach. David started his business two years ago having worked for Boise Cascade
and others for about ten years. As a small business, the company specializes in
building six to eight custom homes a year. They plan to stay small in future years
so that they can focus on excellence.
DACH Custom Home Builders is a community-minded
business that understands the importance of having and sustaining a top-notch local
Medical Center. We wish to thank David and his crew for their assistance with the
House for the Hospital project.
House for the Hospital “
Partners in Caring”
RJ Investments, Inc.
Franklin Building Supply
Plum Perfect Plumbing
Bob McPherson (Concrete Labor)
DACH Fine Homes
Dorian Gustaveson (Tile)
Farm Bureau (liability insurance)
DACH Custom Home Builders
Amerititle – Payette
Home Comfort (cabinets)
Kyle Lassiter (roofing)
National City Mortgage – Lori Tracy
Payette Lawn Care
A Company – Toni Jones
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