Olathe Health consistently strives to enhance our services, programs and technology to provide the highest quality patient care and associate development possible. The Olathe Health Charitable Foundation works to support this mission and has launched the From the Heart campaign to assist in these efforts. The goal of the From the Heart campaign is to raise $7 million by 12/31/2021. Make a donation.
From the Heart Funding Priorities (See below for more details on each)
- Cancer Center
- Hospice House
- Surgery Suites & Cardiovascular Care
Olathe Health believes cancer patients deserve to be cared for close to home, with the highest quality of providers and services. The individualized care provided to each patient starts with our nurse navigators. They connect patients and their families to the medical and radiation oncologists and other specialists to meet their specific needs, including progressive treatments and clinical trials.
When staying at home at the end of one's life is not an option, there is a peaceful care alternative - inpatient hospice care at the Hospice House. The home-like environment provides medical and nursing care, plus emotional and spiritual support, not only for the patient but also for family and friends.
The Hospice House nursing associates operate on the philosophy of allowing families to be families, instead of caregivers, during the last days or weeks of life.
Olathe Health wants to ensure every family is provided the support and information needed to make the most of this special time - throughout pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum. Your donation to the NICU will support the tiniest little ones born at The Birth Place.
Surgery Suites & Cardiovascular Care
Olathe Health surgical and cardiovascular specialists deliver individualized care with the latest medical and surgical advancements. The addition of a hybrid operating room will expand Olathe Health's ability to perform more advanced, image-guided vascular and interventional cardiology procedures.
Your donation will support four new operating suites to accommodate the latest minimally invasive techniques and equipment, including robotic surgery.
|9/12/2019||Quiet Phase||$3 million|
|12/31/2020||Public Phase||$1.5 million|
|12/31/2021||Final Phase||$2.5 million|