The Spectrum Health Foundation United & Kelsey Hospitals is the charitable arm of United Hospital in Greenville and Kelsey Hospital in Lakeview. Since 1995, individuals and organizations have given more than $10 million in charitable gifts to the foundation. These donations provide funding for programs to help advance innovation, purchase new technology and build state-of-the-art facilities. Generous gifts, both large and small help save lives and improve the health and well-being of children, individuals and families throughout our community.
Our dedicated foundation staff takes great pride in carefully pairing passionate donors and emerging needs throughout United and Kelsey hospitals. For more information about how you can support the life-saving and health-restoring efforts of United and Kelsey hospitals, please contact the foundation.
To make a donation or a memorial contribution, please contact the Spectrum Health Foundation United and Kelsey Hospitals at 616.225.6427; email SHFoundationUHKH@spectrumhealth.org; or mail to 703 S. Marvel Drive, Greenville, MI 48838. You can also donate online
Every day, doctors across the country are dedicated to caring for others. They work hard to offer hope and healing as they bring comfort to patients and their families.
On March 30, the Spectrum Health Foundation United and Kelsey Hospitals will join the many hospitals and communities around the nation that will observe National Doctors’ Day. It is an opportunity to celebrate the very talented physicians who faithfully serve our communities.
The foundation also invited community members to honor the exceptional care provided by our doctors by making a gift in the name of a physician who has touched his/her life; and by writing a personal note of gratitude to the doctor.
It is with utmost appreciation that we share the names of the following physicians who were honored by their patients:
Dr. Jusith A. Amparo
Dr. Henry G. Danielsky
Dr. Timothy Helder
Dr. Kaushal Kalra
Dr. Lory M. Read
Dr. Kevin Reed
Dr. Shawn R. Ruth
Dr. Linda Satterlee
Dr. Thomas Ziolkowski
There is no greater honor for doctors than learning firsthand the impact they have had on those whose lives they have touched and changed.