Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio was recently honored with one of the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation’s Legendary Philanthropy awards as the Corporate Donor of the Year for 2021-2022. Award winners have shown a selfless nature, proven record of exceptional generosity, and a general spirit of philanthropy.
The Fairfield Medical Center Foundation recognized Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio for providing high-quality, end-of-life care for patients in central Ohio throughout the past 40 years. The foundation honored Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio for being committed partners of Fairfield Medical Center’s Palliative Care Unit. In addition, Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio also was honored for being a Platinum Sponsor of Fairfield Medical Center Foundation events since 2015, both through monetary donations and attendance.
Jonathon Smith, director of business development at Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio, and Scott Donaldson, program manager at Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio, accepted the award on behalf of the not-for-profit hospice.
“Ohio’s Hospice of Central is honored to be recognized with the 2021-2022 Legendary Philanthropist Corporate Donor of the Year Award. We are a strong supporter of Fairfield Medical Center, which plays a vital role in providing access to medical care throughout the region,” Smith said. “Since 1982, it has been our privilege to care for those facing a life-limiting illness or injury. As a not-for-profit, community-based hospice provider, we are dedicated to supporting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and families wherever they call home.”
Ohio’s Hospice of Central Ohio, an affiliate of Ohio’s Hospice, has provided a holistic, community-based approach to hospice care since 1982. With locations in Newark, Columbus, Lancaster and Zanesville, the not-for-profit organization serves 13 counties in central Ohio and is dedicated to supporting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and families facing life-limiting illnesses. In addition, two inpatient care centers at Licking Memorial Hospital and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center are available for symptom management.