Mercy was founded in gratitude.
When a young Irish woman named Catherine McAuley received an unexpected inheritance, she gave thanks to God and her benefactor. Catherine used those funds to open the first house of Mercy, serving impoverished women and children in Dublin. Catherine founded the Sisters of Mercy, a new kind of religious community – one that lived outside cloistered walls. The sisters were known as the “walking Sisters” because of their willingness to go out and serve the community.
The Sisters of Mercy arrived in Missouri in 1956 and their mission continues today at Mercy Hospital Washington.
Catherine’s legacy lives on through the generous gifts of donors like you. Gifts to Mercy Health Foundation Ada support critical projects in this community. That’s right. Every dollar you give advances health care right here at home.
Like the Sisters of Mercy before us, we are blazing a new trail to find lifelong cures through modern thinking and innovation.
Mercy’s physicians are treating the most challenging cardiovascular disorders while keeping patients close to home, but they can’t do it alone. Mercy Health Foundation Washington is in an ongoing campaign to enhance the facilities and equipment used by cardiac patients. The $2.1 million campaign will help fund technology-driven programs and projects, and state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment.
Mercy patients and their families often want to say “thanks” in some special way for the exceptional care they received. Our Grateful Families program is one way to express gratitude while helping share the gift of healing with others. Learn more.
Join us on Friday, September 21 for the 2018 Mercy Gala. This not-to-be-missed event raises critically needed funds that help provide cardiology services to the Four Rivers area. Help us ensure all of our neighbors in the region have access to cardiology services. View the invitation or purchase tickets or sponsorships online now.
Mercy Named Top Five Health Care System in the U.S. by Watson Health 15 Top Health Systems three years in a row. Read more.