Hope Made Possible by You
Your donations make a difference by helping us alleviate the financial stress of patients going through treatment. With your support, we are able to purchase medications and meet basic needs when an extended illness has resulted in a job loss.
On behalf of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, we thank you!
Support patients in financial need.
AccessHealth Spartanburg supports health services for low-income, uninsured members of the Spartanburg County community. Clients are connected with physicians while AccessHealth staff members provide case management to help clients with transportation, housing, and more.
The Betty Ann Moore Colon Cancer Fund assists uninsured and underinsured community members with the cost of a colonoscopy screening. The fund was established by the children of Betty Ann Moore, who passed away following a battle against colon cancer.
The Bradshaw Pediatric Rehab Assistance Fund provides therapy equipment that patient insurance will not cover and that families cannot afford out of pocket. The fund also covers the cost of an annual Christmas party for pediatric rehab patients and their families.
The Cancer Special Needs Fund provides assistance for oncology patients for basic needs and services.
The Chaplain’s Fund supports uninsured and underinsured patients by covering expenses for medicine, food, transportation or other basic needs.
The David Ike Fund supports patients in cardiac rehabilitation. The fund honors the work of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System cardiologist David Ike.
The Diabetes Management Fund supports education for both patients and caregivers. Programs include classes for uninsured patients, as well as one-to-one guidance on diabetes self-care.
The Harold E. Fleming, Sr. MD Patient Independence Fund promotes the independence and safety of Spartanburg Hospital for Restorative Care patients who have returned to their homes. It funds appropriate medical equipment, supplies and handicapped-accessible ramps. Fleming, who died in 2009, was a leader in Spartanburg’s medical community throughout his lengthy career.
The Harrison Chapman Fund provides funding for patients who cannot afford cardiac rehabilitation at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System. The fund was created by the children of Harrison Chapman, whose life exemplified community service and philanthropy in the Spartanburg community.
The Hospice Special Needs Fund provides a wide range of support for Regional Hospice patients and their families. These efforts include the delivery of pre-prepared meals at Thanksgiving and Easter, medicines, hospital beds, payment of gas and electric bills, and more.
The Mammography Assistance Fund provides mammograms for people who don’t have insurance.
The Maternal Fetal Medicine Fund assists pregnant patients with medical bills at Maternal-Fetal Medicine or other Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System departments.
The Missy Rowland Turner Memorial Fund supports breast cancer testing as well as quality of life enhancements for female breast cancer patients and/or their families. The fund was established in honor of Missy Turner, who died in 2007 at 40 after battling breast cancer.