SPOKANE, Wash., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The INHS Foundation, a fund
raising arm of Inland Northwest Health Services, has selected five healthcare
programs that serve the needs of patients in eastern Washington, north Idaho
and western Montana to receive $12,000 in targeted program support.
The recipients include Camp Fun in the Sun, a program for children with
diabetes which will receive $3,000 to support camp scholarships for children
in financial need. Northwest MedStar, the region's premiere air ambulance
service will receive $1,616 to finance purchase of training equipment for
MedStar medical crews. St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, the only facility
in Washington dedicated to complete medical rehabilitation care, will receive
the balance of the grant money to benefit both patient and professional
"Each of the program recipients has a direct impact on the lives of so
many patients and families in the communities we serve," said John Layman,
President of the INHS Foundation board of directors. "We are proud to be able
to support these worthy organizations and are proud that so many employee
contributions to the INHS Foundation make the Building a Future Together
awards possible," Layman said.
Inland Northwest Health Services is a non-profit corporation formed by
Deaconess Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Sacred Heart Medical Center,
and Valley Hospital and Medical Center for the purpose of providing
collaborative healthcare services for the people of Spokane and the Inland
Northwest. INHS companies include St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute,
Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), Children's Miracle Network,
Northwest Telehealth, Information Resource Management, and Northwest MedStar.
For more information on INHS visit our Website at www.inhs.org.
CONTACT: Ryan Moede, +1-509-232-8318, or cell, +1-509-863-4566, or
email@example.com, for INHS.
SOURCE Inland Northwest Health Services Foundation