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Radiology gets renovated thanks to local donor
May 14, 2012
Madison County Hospital has a brand new Radiology Department, complete with new equipment and patient amenities, thanks to a gift from longtime donor Roger Keye.
“The department has been completely renovated from the waiting rooms to the exam rooms," said Maria Lee, Director of Radiology. "It not only looks wonderful, but we can now offer patients up-to-date diagnostic services and a more comfortable space.”
In addition to exam rooms, there are new patient amenities including a new waiting area and changing rooms. All rooms include new or updated equipment, new flooring, and a fresh coat of paint. The upgrades provide faster imaging through digital radiography.
The renovations were made possible thanks to Roger Keye. Roger was a London farmer who strongly believed in supporting institutions that exist to make a difference in the lives of Madison County residents. Madison County Hospital was one of his favorite charitable destinations. When he passed away in 2009, he left a generous estate gift to the MCH Foundation.
Estate gifts such as the one made by Roger allow the hospital to complete major projects that otherwise might not be financially feasible.
All donations made to MCH make a difference. Many people make an annual gift of $100, while others join The Keystone Society with a pledge of $10,000. Others support the cause by attending or sponsoring one of the hospital’s special events.
“We are committed to providing excellent patient care and that means keeping up with technological advances in medicine and creating a positive environment for patients, physicians, and staff," said Kelly Snyder, Executive Director of the Foundation. "Support from community members and businesses help make that possible.”