Support Cambridge Medical Center Foundation

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Missy Dreckman
Regional Foundation Manager
507-217-5188
Melissa.dreckman@allina.com

Cambridge Medical Center Foundation
701 South Dellwood Street
Cambridge, MN 55008

Support Cambridge Medical Center Foundation

The Cambridge Medical Center Foundation was formed in 2007 to ensure the stability and future viability of healthcare in Isanti County and the surrounding areas.

As a not-for-profit organization, Cambridge Medical Center reinvests its earnings to provide and expand services and facilities. However, earnings alone are not keeping pace with the ever-growing health care needs of our community.  We are looking for partners to join forces to help bridge the gap so that our neighbors can continue to benefit from exceptional health services, right in their backyard! 

We invite you to join us on a journey of real impact and life-changing potential. See the generosity of past and ongoing partnerships put into action, and discover the many options for how you can come along with us to foster healthier communities.

Together we can do great things!

Foundation Spotlight

Supporting "Whole Person Care" with Art

It is well documented that human touch, personal care, and overall environment make a difference in a patient's recovery. In addition to our medical care, Cambridge Medical Center is committed to creating an environment that encourages healing through interior design and the arts.

Cambridge Medical Center seeks to enhance the patient experience by using the arts as positive distractions to reduce the pain, anxiety, and stress that is sometimes associated with a health care environment. Integrating art and aesthetic experiences into purposeful displays adds to the healing process and provides restorative and calming environments for patients, visitors, and staff.

We are pleased to announce a new art display at Cambridge Medical Center thanks to a collaborative effort between the East Central Regional Art Council, the Cambridge Medical Center Foundation, and local artist Beth Anne Palmer. We encourage you to view and experience this art in the new Harbor Spiritual and Restorative Center the next time you are at the medical center.

Hope Soars

 "Hope Soars"
27" x 18" Carrara marble stone sculpture on granite base depicting a dove beginning flight.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Renewal at the Rivers Edge right

 

"Renewal at the River's Edge"
30" x 40" oil painting on canvas

 

 

 

 

 

Strength of an Eagle
 "Strength of an Eagle, Peace of a Dove"
36" x 18" carrara marble stone sculpture on granite base depicted a woman holding a baby eagle and a dove.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

East Central Arts