HopeHealth Compassionate Care Fund receives support from Truist
HopeHealth is pleased to receive support from Truist to further the important work of bridging gaps to patient health care through the Compassionate Care Fund.
During a check presentation on January 31, HopeHealth received a $12,000 grant from Truist to support the Compassionate Care Fund. While HopeHealth is dedicated to providing primary and preventive services to all patients in our service areas, at times, HopeHealth patients have needs that cannot be directly met by our providers. The Compassionate Care Fund exists to contribute to these unmet needs by supporting patients in areas of their lives that cause barriers to their health care. This support includes such things as preventive health screenings, emergency assistance, and more.
On the importance of the Compassionate Care Fund, James Chatfield, vice president and CRA community development manager for the Truist South Carolina region, said, “At Truist, we often speak of our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. In our daily pursuit of this purpose, we understand positive health outcomes are critical to both building and maintaining thriving communities. We are proud to partner with HopeHealth in support of its Compassionate Care Fund, to help ensure access to health care is not a question, but a certainty for all.”
Nicole Echols, director of external affairs, shared, “We are thrilled to announce Truist’s grant to the HopeHealth Compassionate Care Fund. This generous contribution will enable us to extend quality care to more individuals and families. We welcome Truist’s commitment to our community, fostering a collective spirit of hope, resilience, and unwavering support for those in need.”