Ridgeview Provider Giving Circle
Ridgeview has served the five-county service area of Carver, Sibley, southern Wright, western Hennepin and eastern McLeod since 1963. The hospital was established by providers dedicated to the health of the whole community, a tradition that guides our trustees, administrators, caregivers, volunteers and staff members today.
For over half a century, we have grown with the community and accommodated new medical treatments. This flexibility and focus on local needs has enabled Ridgeview Medical Center to stay abreast of trends and provided the community with the highest-quality care in a patient-centered environment.
Provider giving is a vital piece in supporting this caring tradition and yet another profound way that RMC and affiliate providers can advocate for their patients. We believe that having a diverse group of providers dedicated to cultivating a culture of philanthropy is essential for advancing Ridgeview’s mission.
The Ridgeview Provider Giving Circle recognizes Ridgeview and affiliate providers who generously support projects and programs identified each year by the Provider Philanthropy Council. These projects directly impact the work of our providers and improve the health of the communities we serve.
Ridgeview Provider Philanthropy Council (PPC)
The Provider Philanthropy Council (PPC) is a dedicated group of Ridgeview and affiliated providers who serve as champions and role models to their peer providers groups and are essential in establishing philanthropy as a central principle of the Ridgeview mission. The Provider Philanthropy Council members also work diligently to maximize the power of grateful patient philanthropy by helping to guide Ridgeview’s Grateful Patient Program. Through the work of the PPC council members, contributions and gifts are secured for medical equipment needs, educational activities and community needs as it pertains to the work of the providers.
All Ridgeview and affiliated providers are engaged in philanthropic programs, ensuring the future health of the patients, families and communities we serve.
To further engage and enhance the understanding of all Ridgeview provider groups relative to the works of the foundation and the importance of philanthropy as part of the Ridgeview culture.
Provider Philanthropy Council Members
- Marty Dvorak, MD
- Michael Edwards, MD
- Matthew Herold, MD
- Michael Lano, MD
- David Larson, MD
- Geoffrey Raile, MD
- Lorene Rutherford, MD
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Grateful Patient Program
At Ridgeview, quality care and compassion go hand in hand. Our patients and families often express their gratitude for this excellent care in a variety of ways—through kind words, smiles, letters of thanks, volunteer efforts and financial support.
Ridgeview’s Grateful Patient Program allows you to ensure a legacy of health for future generations through gifts that honor the special people who have cared for you and your family. A gift in honor of a caregiver not only recognizes the exemplary work of Ridgeview’s physicians, nurses and other staff, but it helps enhance the outstanding level of care the community has come to expect from Ridgeview.
Contributions help Ridgeview provide the highest-quality care in the region by attracting exceptional physicians, investing in state-of-the-art equipment, partnering with innovative businesses and so much more. When you contribute to Ridgeview Foundation and Ridgeview, your gift will help us change lives!
Ways to Give
If you wish, Ridgeview Foundation will notify the provider, nurse or department that provided your exceptional care of your generous gift to the Grateful Patient Program. All gifts will be recognized and are tax deductible.