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HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation is a division of the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis Foundation. HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3)organization under the Internal Revenue Service code. Please make gifts payable to HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation.

Help Us Bring Mobile Mammography to Those in Need 

 

As a volunteer firefighter, Kathy Shear is always ready to face an emergency, but she wasn’t expecting to face her own life crisis in the fall of 2018. Here’s the story of an everyday hero who found herself in the unique position of needing her own rescue from a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s now an advocate for the HSHS St. Joseph’s Foundation’s campaign to raise money for a mobile mammography unit.

Since the Foundation was established in 1985, gifts have been bountiful.

 

Your gift goes directly to improving health care services in our community. Together, we've done some great things like build the only Level III Trauma Center in Chippewa County and offer an innovative, physician-based wound care program. Donate today, and help ensure future endeavors come to fruition.

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When you contribute to HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation, you are supporting an organization that provides leading-edge, compassionate care that benefits patients and their families through all stages of life.

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HSHS hospitals offer tips for preventing and recognizing heatstroke

 June 11, 2021

As we enter the summer months and start getting back to our typical summer activities like swimming, yard work, golf and many others we need to be cautious of heatstroke. HSHS Sacred Heart and St...

 

Tick season brings increased risk of Lyme disease

 June 3, 2021

Lyme disease is the most common disease spread by the bite from an insect, with 30,000 cases reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) each year. This number, however, does...

 

May is Better Sleep Month; are kids getting enough shut eye?

 May 19, 2021

As part of Better Sleep Month, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital’s accredited Sleep Disorders Center has tips to keep kids fully rested during summer months.