Decatur Memorial Presented Check From E.ON Climate & Renewables
June 25, 2018…Decatur, Ill… Decatur Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that $50,000.00 was presented to Decatur Memorial Foundation and DMH Cancer Care Institute Wednesday from E.ON North America, a developer, builder, and operator of more than 3,000 MW of renewable wind, solar and energy storage generation across the U.S. The check was presented to the DMH Foundation at the dedication of the E.ON Radford Run Windfarm Grand Opening dedication.
The generous donation will be used to provide financial assistance and support for cancer patients. “We are deeply appreciative of E.ON North America for their dedication to helping our patients. Sustained support from an organization like theirs helps ease the financial burden many patients would otherwise experience without their generosity,” says Calvin Robinson, Executive Director, Oncology Services. “The prognosis of our patients depends greatly on their emotional health, so anything that can reduce their worries goes a long way in helping them beat the disease.”
For decades, Decatur Memorial Hospital has been at the forefront of the global quest to eradicate cancer and to eliminate the burden of cancer for the lives that are touched by this disease. It is our commitment to provide excellent cancer care while maintaining the highest standard of treatment with personalized compassionate care.
Decatur Memorial Hospital (DMH), located in Decatur, Ill., is a 300 bed, not-for-profit, community hospital that has been providing medical care since 1916 for the residents of Central Illinois. Today, DMH has nearly 2,200 dedicated employees, 300 physicians, and is a designated Level II Trauma Center. DMH has been recognized six consecutive years as a 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospital from IBM Watson Health.