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  • Planned Giving

    Including Presbyterian in your will allows you to have a long-term impact on the health of our community and the care provided by our hospitals, clinics, and caregivers.

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  • Presbyterian Medical Group Providers

    Presbyterian Medical Group has more than 850 providers in 50 specialties at more than 100 clinics throughout New Mexico – all dedicated to your health and comfort.

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  • Presbyterian Cancer Care

    Presbyterian Cancer Care is dedicated to compassionate cancer care, rehabilitation, and recovery, and includes our Nurse Navigation Program, where members of our care team mentor patients, and our advanced radiation therapy practices at the Presbyterian MD Anderson Radiation Treatment Centers at Kaseman Hospital and Rust Medical Center.

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Donor Impact Report

Wondering how your volunteer work or donation can make an impact on patient care? The Donor Impact Report, from the Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation, shows how your generous gifts and service helped improve the health of the patients, members, and communities we serve throughout New Mexico.

View 2014 Donor Impact Report

In the report, you'll learn what led others to step up, as you hear the personal stories from other donors who wanted to make an impact. You may even discover a way for you to make your own personal contribution!

Below are some of the wonderful improvements that have taken place so far.

  • Constructing new facilities such as the Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and its new Cardiovascular Lab
  • Purchasing new technology and equipment
  • Renovating our spaces, such as the Children's Behavioral Health inpatient unit, and the Inpatient Hospice Unit at Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital, and the Oncology Inpatient Unit at Presbyterian Hospital
  • Helping clinical staff grow their expertise through education and training
  • Recognizing and rewarding the extraordinary care provided by individuals on the staff at Presbyterian
  • Supporting specific programs, such as the Presbyterian Child Life program, that provides medical play therapy, and the Presbyterian Hospice and Home Healthcare program, for families who have a loved one in their last times
  • Offering assistance to our most vulnerable patients, such as cancer survivors, and patients who must receive treatments but don't have the finances to cover their expenses during treatment