Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Visitation Restrictions

Visitation restrictions are in effect at all Med Center Health hospitals and Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care.

See Med Center Health’s response to COVID-19 on our Coronavirus Update page.

Organ Donation

Med Center Health is proud to have achieved the platinum level for educating our communities about organ, eye and tissue donation during the 2021 Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign! The Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) is a national initiative that unites the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the organ donation community with workplaces throughout the nation to spread the word about the importance of donation.

Many thanks to everyone who signed up to be an organ, tissue and eye donor or who got the word out to encourage others to sign up. The need is ongoing — if you have not yet signed up to be an organ donor, please use the link below to do so today.


Organ Donation FAST FACTS

  • No one is too old to be an organ donor.
  • All major religions in the U.S. support organ donation.
  • Doctors work just as hard to save the lives of registered donors.
  • Organ donation does not cost the donor family anything.
  • Organ donation can give solace to a family experiencing grief and pain.

4 Easy Steps to Increase Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation

  1. Register your decision to be a donor at donatelifeky.org.
  2. Tell your family and friends about your decision to Donate Life.
  3. Visit donatelifeky.org to discover ways you can be a champion of the cause.
  4. Ask others to visit donatelifeky.org to learn more and register.

About the Donate Life Hospital Campaign

This national initiative, sponsored by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, challenges healthcare organizations to educate employees, patients, visitors, and the community about the crucial need for organ, eye, and tissue donation and give them opportunities to sign up as donors.

While the nation’s health care community faced unprecedented changes and challenges related to COVID-19, the 2021 Hospital Campaign saw encouraging participation numbers. 1,659 small and large hospitals worked with donation organizations to promote organ, eye, and tissue donation and prompted 27,389 people to sign up to be donors! In the 10 years of the Hospital Campaign, partners have added more than 575,000 donor registrations—increasing the number of organs available for transplantation to improve the lives of others.

The 2022 Hospital Campaign began October 1, 2021 – be a part of this important initiative!

Learn more at organdonor.gov.

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