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A Vibrant History

Infirmary Foundation was formed for the benefit of Infirmary Health and Mobile Infirmary through charitable, educational, and scientific initiatives which promote health.

Robby McClure was hired to lead the Infirmary Foundation’s fundraising efforts.

Infirmary Foundation launched a capital campaign to relocate the Rotary Rehabilitation Hospital to the Mobile Infirmary campus. The hospital was renamed the J. L. Bedsole Rotary Rehabilitation Hospital.

The DeBakey Drug Education Program was established to educate 5th grade students across Mobile and Baldwin counties about the dangers of alcohol and drug use.

Infirmary Foundation’s Community Benefits Fund provided funding to place seven Registered Nurses in the public schools - five in Mobile County and two in Baldwin County.

The Foundation established the Employee Crisis Fund which is funded by employees to support their coworkers during a time of crisis. The program has served over 600 employees since its inception.

Infirmary Foundation funded the purchase of the first of six da Vinci surgical robots which have contributed to the success of Mobile Infirmary’s surgical program making it the largest in the region by volume.

Infirmary Foundation established the Health Gallery at the Gulf Coast Exploreum which includes interactive educational displays. $3M has been invested in the Exploreum to enhance its health education programming.

Infirmary Foundation began funding the simulation program at Mobile Infirmary which uses mannequins to simulates a variety of medical events for the purpose of training

Infirmary Foundation provided funding to renovate and remodel Mobile Infirmary’s labor and delivery department, Family Plaza.

Infirmary Foundation began funding the employee tuition reimbursement program to ensure we have the most qualified medical professionals working across our health system.

Infirmary Foundation funds special projects at the E. A. Roberts Alzheimer’s Center and has created a scholarship program for low income participants

The Foundation funded multiple projects including a Mobile Screening Unit and other equipment needed for Infirmary Cancer Care to provide education and screenings in the community and to provide patient centered care.

A worldwide pandemic demonstrated the strength of our community. Infirmary Foundation received over $300,000 in donations to support its frontline workers. This allowed the implementation of safety measures, comfort and encouragement initiatives during those uncertain times.

Infirmary Foundation funded the first RN apprenticeship program in the State of Alabama in response to the nation-wide nursing shortage.

Infirmary Foundation funded new 3D biopsy and 3D mammography at The Breast Center at Mobile Infirmary, ensuring our patients get the highest level of care.


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