Mercy Joplin’s Chapter of Women With a Mission Allocate Record-Setting Funding of $113,275

Mercy Joplin’s chapter of Women With a Mission, a giving society within Mercy Health Foundation, raised more money in the previous fundraising year than any other chapter in the Mercy system, including St. Louis, northwest Arkansas, and Springfield.

A record-setting $113,275 will be allocated to various departments for health care equipment and technology at a ceremony on Tuesday, June 13 at 11:00 am in the Mercy Hospital Joplin Conferences Rooms One and Two

Striving to continue the legacy of founding Sister of Mercy, Catherine McAuley, Women With a Mission giving society combines resources, vision, and a passion for helping others to support and improve health care in its communities. Examples of the projects that funds are being allocated for include:

  • Mako orthopedic surgical robot
  • SAVI Scout breast cancer tumor radar localization device
  • New hospital beds at Mercy Hospital Columbus
  • Ultrasound disinfectant system and lab freezer at Mercy Hospital Carthage.

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