Flagler Health Care Foundation manages a variety of designated funds. Donors can choose the fund they wish to benefit with their gift, or they can designate their gift to be used where it is most needed.
General Contributions Fund
Donations marked for this fund are used wherever they are needed most or to provide benevolent care, as determined by hospital administration.
Bariatric Surgery Fund
The purpose of this fund is to assist patients who do not have full financial means with their goal of achieving good health.
Cancer Fund
The Cancer Fund dedicates contributions to the support of the Cancer Education and Support Center (CESC) at Flagler Hospital, as well as to the support of a Breast Cancer Patient Navigator. Families can visit the CESC for support groups, educational materials and other information regarding a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer Patient Emergency Fund
Cancer patients undergoing treatment or being seen by Flagler Hospital physicians can apply for assistance with various financial needs, such as utility bills, medications, equipment and more.
Clark & Alice Alger Tranquility Garden Fund
This fund helps with the support of the Tranquility Garden, which provides a peaceful place for patients, families, hospital staff and volunteers.
Emergency Care Center Fund
Flagler Hospital’s 48-bed Emergency Care Center includes state-of-the-art imaging and testing capabilities and immediate access to Flagler Hospital’s nationally recognized heart and stroke centers, which provide all aspects of interventional care. Our board-certified emergency physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and technicians are all specially trained in emergency medicine and are committed to providing you with compassionate, quality, clinical care, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Employee Emergency Fund
The Employee Emergency Fund provides immediate financial assistance in the form of a grant to Flagler Hospital employees who have experienced an emergency and/or an unexpected catastrophic event. The intent is to assist the employee who has been a victim of unforeseen circumstances over which he/she has little or no control.
Facial Rejuvenation Centre Foundation for Skin Cancer
The purpose of this fund is to assist St. Johns County residents with procedures to treat skin cancer when they lack insurance or other financial means to pay.
Heart Program Fund
The doors to the Heart Center at Flagler Hospital opened in September 2004, and since then it has been known as a Center of Excellence serving St. Johns County residents and visitors. The Heart Center has saved thousands of lives and helped thousands of cardiac patients have a better quality of life.
Joanne Arnett Tutschek Fund
Joanne Arnett Tutschek, a cancer survivor for many years, gave generously of her time and resources for the battle against breast cancer. After her passing, the Joanne Arnett Tutschek Fund was established by her loving family and loyal friends through Flagler Health Care Foundation. The fund provides grants for important breast cancer diagnostic programs at Flagler Hospital to patients without insurance or the financial means to pay.
The Dr. Warren Kluger Memorial Medical Library Fund
Named in memory of the late Dr. Warren Kluger, the fund is designed to support the medical library at Flagler Hospital to provide physicians and their colleagues with access to the most up-to-date medical journals and information.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Fund
All expectant parents hope for a full-term, healthy baby, but sometimes complications arise. The focus of the NICU at Flagler Hospital is to meet the needs of the entire family in a supportive environment. The NICU Fund helps the NICU team meet those needs.
Patient Care Fund
This fund provides grants for medical services and/or supplies for current or previous patients of Flagler Hospital who have no insurance or other financial means to pay.
Patrick S. Nelson Memorial Fund
The Patrick S. Nelson Memorial Fund provides grants for the Mental Health Services Department at Flagler Hospital to develop, provide and support mental health outpatient treatment for patients with depression, psychosis and other serious mental disorders who have no financial resources to pay for the services.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Fund
This fund, designed to help families without insurance or with limited financial resources when their children require essential orthopaedic care, was established by Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine.
Renal Care Fund
This fund supports the purchase of equipment and resources for the Renal Care Center, located on the 7th floor at Flagler Hospital. This unit provides support, guidance and education for patients and their families, allowing for the best clinical outcomes and ongoing quality of life.