Tag Archives: Lexington Medical Center Foundation

A Community Builder Helps Patients in Need

Hubert Smoak is dedicated to helping patients who need medical equipment, but can’t afford it. He collects donated pieces of equipment and refinishes them. He’s never taken any salary. The Lexington Medical Center Foundation has awarded him grants to help him with his work. And this week, WIS-TV and Mungo Homes awarded him as a Community Builder. Watch the story below.

And thank you, Mr. Smoak!

The Lexington Medical Center Foundation works to meet the health needs of our community through many programs and services. To learn more about the work of the Foundation, visit LMCFoundation.com.

Honoring President George H. W. Bush

Today we honor President George H.W. Bush. The 41st President of the United States visited Lexington Medical Center on May 10, 1994. He was the keynote speaker at a Foundation dinner. He also took time to speak with hospital staff members. It was a great day. Here are some photos from our archives. Thank you, Mr. President, for your service to our nation.

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Women’s Night Out 2018

More than 800 people attended Women’s Night Out on Tuesday, October 16 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. This annual event by Lexington Medical Center celebrates breast cancer survivors and their families. Proceeds benefit the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Campaign for Clarity, a capital campaign to expand 3-D mammography throughout the hospital network. The evening includes a physician exhibit, silent auction, fashion show, dinner and inspiring talk from a breast cancer survivor. Here are some photos.

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