Gifts of Gratitude
Every healthcare journey is unique. We are committed to making sure that every patient receives the most personal, compassionate care possible. From our nationally recognized physicians and innovative research, to our friendly volunteers and beautiful facilities we want your experience with us to be a positive one. Here at Kettering Medical Center, Sycamore Medical Center and Kettering Behavioral Medical Center, every staff member shares the same goal, to improve the quality of life of the people in the communities we serve.
Kettering Medical Center Foundation is the fundraising organization of Kettering Medical Center, Sycamore Medical Center, Kettering Behavioral Medicine Center and Kettering College. The gratitude of former patients and their families who received the best, most compassionate care helps us continue the Kettering legacy. That's why we created 'Gifts of Gratitude', a special program where you can make a gift and honor a physician or staff member, who made a difference during your health care journey.
Share Your Story
Send a message to a caregiver who made an impact during your stay. The gift of your story recognizes them and their devotion to quality patient care. This shows our caregivers their exceptional work does not go unnoticed and inspires them to continue it.
Share Your Story
If dedicating your time and talents is the way you can give back, we would be thrilled to have you join our team of volunteers.
Every day, our volunteers touch the lives of patients, families, and other visitors. A friendly smile, a helpful hand and a warm heart can make a real difference in the experience people have when they are in the hospital or receiving care.
YOU can make that DIFFERENCE.
Sign up to volunteer today
When you make a gift through 'Gifts of Gratitude' you ensure other patients receive the quality care they deserve.
Make a cash donation or contribute through other charitable means such as gifts of stock or real estate, endowment funds or planned giving.
Steering Clear of a Heart Attack
"When they told me, I was relieved because the people at Kettering could help me. I go to Kettering because of the compassion of the staff, and I know I'll get the best treatment," Duane says. "In the ER, they were caring, and they treated me like I was the only person there. The doctors went the extra step by finding out about all of my family history and running the right tests. That made all the difference to me."
- Duane Cartmell
Duane's Full Story
A Foundation of Support
"In life, it's best to surround yourself with people who push you, who want to help make you better than you are, who expect you to give your best and to be your best. These three women did that for me."
- Jeff Mullins
Jeff's Full Story