"2013 Tough Enough To Wear Pink!"
"A Year In Review" Newsletters
"Pulsebeat: A Year In Review" Magazine Archives
2012 Emeritus Recognized at McAuley Awards Reception
A Golden Jubilee Celebration!
Apply Now for 2013 Chris Lawley Memorial Nursing Scholarship!
Basketball "Pink Out" in Red Bluff!
Community Classes & Events - Most are Free!
Girl Scouts Donate to Newborns
Hearst Foundations Donate to Mt. Shasta Digital Mammography
Mountain Supply Company Patrons Support Breast Cancer Services
Mt. Shasta "Bunko For Breast Cancer"
Red Bluff Round-Up's 7th Year of Tough Enough Support!
Redding Rancheria/SRCF Grant Provides Clothing
Safeway Donates for Cancer Care
St. Elizabeth's Auxiliary Events Page
Tehama Shooters are "Tough Enough"!
Three New Emeritus Trustees Honored
Tribe & Physicians Partner for Ultrasound
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Applications are being accepted now for the 2013 Chris Lawley Memorial Nursing Scholarship.
Nursing scholarships offer incentives to keep future nurses in the community
Friday, September 20, 2013 the 5th annual "Par Fore the Cause" Pro-Am Golf Tournament supporting St. Elizabeth Community Hospital's programs will be held at Sevillano Links.
Tehama Shooters Association makes contribution to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital
Digital mammography screening began in November, 2011, at Mt. Shasta Medical Center
Mt. Shasta Medical Center now offers Digital Mammography services thanks to generous support
Girl Scout Troop Donates to the NICU at Mercy Medical Center Redding
Kate Baker, Joe Cresto and Terry LaCroix were inducted as Emeritus Trustees at the October 6, 2010 McAuley Society/Legacy Club event
Mercy Foundation North announces three community leaders have joined the Board of Trustees for FY2010-2011
Generous gift will fund improved services for all three north state hospitals
A new ultrasound machine for St. Elizabeth Community Hospital's Emergency Room will be purchased thanks to this collaborative effort
This newsletter format replaces "Pulsebeat
." Read about how you've made a difference in the north state this past year by supporting the works of the Sisters of Mercy!
Past editions of Pulsebeat Magazine for historical reference of how you've made a difference in the North State
Honor a physician who has made a difference in your life
"Hats off to our customers"
Once Mercy Foundation North's Sisters of Mercy Liaison, now serving as Chair of the Corporate Members Board
Red Bluff High Girls Basketball Team Raised Funds for St. Elizabeth Community Hospital Breast Cancer Services
Golden Umbrella celebrated 43 years of service to disabled Seniors by presenting Dean Haug, long-time supporter, with the prestigious Founder's Award
Douglas Wright and Cheryl Forbes were recently welcomed to the Mercy Foundation North Board of Trustees
The Mt. Shasta Herald Newspaper featured a story about this newest technology
Drs. Riico and Marie Dotson were recently welcomed to the Mercy Foundation North Board of Trustees
Mercy Foundation North presented Dr. John C. Clark with the prestigious award at the McAuley Society/Legacy Club event
Harry Grashoff and Rudy Balma were welcomed as Emeritus Trustees in a special ceremony held October 14, 2009
The grant was provided by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation through the Redding Rancheria Community Fund
Haleakala Ranch is the winner in Major League of Monster Trucks "Crush Out Breast Cancer" event!
St.Elizabeth Community Hospital receives funds for breast cancer services
Grant monies will fund breast cancer services
Local Siskiyou County Residents and Businesses "round-up" to help
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