OMC foundation donates more funds to hospital

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Medical Center Foundation has contributed $106,478 to Olympic Medical Center during the fourth quarter of 2019.

Of that amount, $82,951 will be used for equipment for the Cancer Center in Sequim, while the remainder will go toward several projects, including the Patient Navigator program, Children’s Clinic, the Peninsula College Nursing program, wheelchairs, and Home Health.

The foundation has given over $1.85 million to or on behalf of OMC in the last two years. The foundation is continuing to generate additional money for the purchase of Cancer Center equipment.

Those interested in more information or making donations can call the OMC Foundation office at 360-417-7144 or email [email protected].

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