Longmont United Hospital Foundation

Longmont United Hospital

1950 Mountain View Ave
Longmont, Colorado 80501

Emergency Room: 24/7

Longmont United Hospital Foundation

Longmont United Hospital

Welcome to Longmont United Hospital Foundation

Not-for-profit, Charitable Organization, 501(c) (3)

Leading. Giving. Caring.

Longmont Hospital FoundationThe Longmont United Hospital Foundation is dedicated exclusively to supporting healthcare services and associates at Longmont United Hospital through philanthropy. The goal of the Foundation is to help ensure that Longmont United Hospital will have the best possible facilities and equipment to help you and your loved ones when medical care is needed. Your tax deductible gifts help us achieve this important mission.

All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the IRS.

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Helping to advance all hospital associate opportunities in health care.

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State of the Art Training Provides State of the Art Care
Our current Focus on Giving is to create and advance learning in the new Innovative Learning Center at Longmont United Hospital Foundation. The center allows for associates to be better trained, prepared and practiced in everything from birthing situations to radiology technology to basic nursing skills and more. The Innovative Learning Center will also be used for local high school students and EMS and EMT teams.

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    Innovative Learning Center

    State of the Art Training Provides State of the Art Care
    Our current Focus on Giving is to create and advance learning in the new Innovative Learning Center at Longmont United Hospital Foundation. The center allows for associates to be better trained, prepared and practiced in everything from birthing situations to radiology technology to basic nursing skills and more. The Innovative Learning Center will also be used for local high school students and EMS and EMT teams.

      Upcoming Presentations

      We host monthly presentations on the Innovative Learning Center and invite you to come and see the future of medical preparedness in Longmont.

      Presentations at Longmont United Hospital 

      • Monday, April 29
        Time: 11:30 am - 12:45pm (lunch included)
        Located: Picasso/Chagall/Rubens Rooms
      • Wednesday, May 29
        Time: 11:30 am - 12:45 pm (lunch included)
        Located: Matisse/Da Vinci Rooms

      For reservations contact us: (Limited to 20 people on each date - reservations required)

      • Phone: 303-485-4190
      • Email

      Focus on Giving

      • Donor Stories

        If you have a love one who has been impacted by Longmont United Hospital, giving a memorial or tribute gift is a meaningful way to honor your loved one.

      • Grateful Hearts

        Provides patients and their families a special way to say “thank you” to the physician, nurse, or caregiver that touched their lives while they were in the hospital.

        Grateful Heart Recipients

        • Karen M. - Centura Health Integrated Medicine
        • Heather H. - Director of Nutritional Services
        • Sara S. - Labor & Delivery Nurse
      • Healthcare Career Scholarships

        312 Scholarships awarded to 202 recipients totaling $810,713

        Providing tuition assistance to those pursuing their dream of service to others.

        The Longmont United Hospital Foundation awards merit-based scholarships to students pursuing degrees for BSN, MSN, Physical Therapy D, Medical Technologist, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistants, Health and Medical Support and Nurse Practitioners. Awards are given for tuition assistance only and applicants must be accepted or enrolled in the healthcare program in their field of study.

        Fall 2018 Healthcare Scholarship Recipients:

        • Kelly Beveridge - Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)
        • Gary Brndiar – Doctor of Ministry (PhD)
        • Emily Kellogg – Masters of Public Health (MPH)
        • Amy Baris - Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)
        • Corin Schrock - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
        • Tiffany Jakubowski - Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)
        • Gaby Valdiviez Rascon - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
        • Amber Sagarsee - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
        • Krista Shippee - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
        • Nicole Brock - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
        • Amy McCann - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

        Thanks to our generous scholarship donors Elevations Credit Union, Ray Lanyon Fund, Mary Beth Driscoll Memorial, Howard and Alice Hess, and Al Straub Memorial.

        2019 Spring Scholarship Applications (Applications are due April 15, 2019)

      • Innovative Learning Center

        The Innovative Learning Center at LUH allows for associates to be better trained, prepared and practiced in everything from birthing situations to radiology to basic nursing skills and more.

        Innovative Learning Center

        Top of the line Care begins with Top of the line Training. Join us and meet the SimFamily - Longmont United Hospital state of the art high fidelity patient simulators.

         

      • Planned Giving

        Leave your lasting legacy through gift planning with the Longmont United Hospital Foundation. To learn more visit Planned Giving.

      • Programs We Support

        • Birthplace
        • Cardio Vascular
        • Care Coordination 
        • Centura Health Integrative Medicine (CHIM)
        • Chapel Fund
        • Diagnostic Imaging
        • Education for Associates 
        • Emergency Department 
        • Hope Care Center
        • Employee Assistance
        • ICU/Dialysis
        • Foundation Scholarships
        • Nutrition Services
        • Oncology
        • Orthopedics
        • Pediatrics
        • Pharmacy
        • Planetree
        • Project Homecoming

        Not-for-profit, Charitable Organization, 501(c) (3)
        The Foundation is a 501(c) (3), not-for-profit, charitable organization, established in 1981 exclusively for the benefit of the Longmont United Hospital. The control and management of the Foundation is vested in a Board of Trustees. The Foundation’s Trustees are dedicated community leaders who share a common interest in ensuring quality healthcare programs and services in Longmont and surrounding communities through philanthropic support. Each Trustee volunteers their time, resources, and vision which has been responsible for the Foundation’s financial stability and continued growth and success.

      Foundation Board of Trustees & Staff