A race against time
When her unborn baby's heart rate began declining rapidly, Molli and her obstetrician took off running to Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, where medical staff safely delivered Jack.
Charitable gifts are vital to BroMenn Medical Center
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center has a strong history of community support. We understand the importance of involving our neighbors when it comes to providing the best possible care; to this end, we are looking to our friends and neighbors to help us grow.
News and events at BroMenn Medical Center
Below is a list of programs at BroMenn Medical Center that currently need your support.
Special Needs of BroMenn Medical Center
Gifts to the special needs fund provide resources and flexibility to respond quickly to new ideas, programs and funding needs that support the hospital’s strategic direction.
As a non-profit program, hospice relies in part on the financial support of friends, organizations and grant funding to make up the difference not reimbursed by Medicare or private insurance and for those not insured. Gifts from families and friends ensure that we can continue to provide needed programs and services during difficult times.
Adult Day Services
Funds raised will support the medical center’s adult day-care center, which enriches the lives of elderly and disabled adults by promoting their overall well-being and helping restore their sense of purpose and value.
Emergency / Trauma Services
BroMenn Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center with board-certified emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, trained trauma nurses available around the clock. Gifts to this fund help will help provide a full range of trauma services and support staff, equipment and resource needs to assess and treat life-threatening emergencies.
Intensive Care Unit
Gifts to this unit will help provide upgraded equipment and services to care for seriously ill patients in the hospital.
Women's and Children's Services
Gifts to this fund support a broad range of educational programs and health services, including those in labor and delivery, the BroMenn Women's Center and various children's programs.
Advocate for Young Hearts
A free cardiac screening program for local high school students. The screening consists of an electrocardiogram, or EKG, which identifies students at risk for sudden cardiac death.
These funds help provide comfort to patients and their families through chronic/advanced illness and end of life care.
Not all cardiac patients are able to fully complete supervised rehabilitative exercise due to lack of insurance or inability to pay. Gifts to this fund allows patients who would otherwise discontinue this important therapy the opportunity to fully complete their healing.
Would you like to speak with someone about making your gift? We would be happy to speak with you further about how your charitable giving can make an impact at BroMenn Medical Center.
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
Office of Charitable Giving
1302 Franklin Avenue, Suite 2000
Normal, IL 61761