Thank you to everyone for the show of support. The items below were donated and/or funded by our community within the past several months.



Flat Screen TV & mount for our long-term patients

-Richard & Florence Weber


Ultrasound machine for physical therapy

-W.E. & Millie Jones Charitable Trust


NuStep recumbent stepper for physical therapy

-W.E. & Millie Jones Charitable Trust


Wall mount pulley system for physical therapy

-W.E. & Millie Jones Charitable Trust


EZ-IO power driver

-John A. Cedergreen Fund


Temporal & thermoscan thermometers

-John A. Cedergreen Fund


IV Infusion Chairs

-Wilfred Berger Memorial








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Small items you can donate today.


Washable Crayons and Markers:  For Children at QVMC as patients and/or visitors


Walking Canes: To assist patients in their recovery and in transitioning home.




+ QVMC Wish List


Maintaining excellence in healthcare is a challenge. It takes the generosity of employees, physicians, patients, family members, friends and community businesses to help to provide the philanthropic support necessary to keep pace with the latest advances in technology and to support the growth and maintenance of our aging facility.


To see the items which have been updated, improved and/or added to Quincy Valley Medical Center please click here.  To see a list of our donors, please click here.


We currently seek the generous funding, donation and/or assistance of the items below.  If you would like additional information on any of the items below, please contact the Foundation Executive Director at 509-787-5349 or via email at


Radiology Upgrade - $294,200

A complete Radiology Upgrade would include the following items:

  • New Ultrasound Machine ($130,000)

  • New Radiology Table including Automatic Collimation ($160,000)

  • Radiology Viewing Stations in the ER patient rooms ($4,200)

Community Relations Package - $72,000

Items within the Community Relations package are designed to improve the Medical Center's communication and visibility with the public.  Current items include:

  • Phone System Upgrade for the Medical Center ($45,000)

  • New exterior Facility Signage along Highway 28 ($27,000)

IV/Wound Therapy Program - $36,000

An IV Therapy program provides intravenous (IV) therapy on an outpatient basis.  Services provided can include:

  • Blood Transfusions

  • Antibiotic treatments

  • Specialized IV treatments

Funding will be used to increase the services offered through this program, as well as grow a Wound Therapy program.


Laboratory Upgrade - $16,000

A complete Laboratory Upgrade would include the following items:

  • New i-Stat Machine

  • New AVOX machine, used for testing carbon monoxide exposure

SageView Clinic Package - $8,400

Items within the SageView Clinic package are designed to improve a patient's care and experience with our clinic.  Items include:

  • Instrument panels ($6,000)

  • Patient Notification System ($2,400)

Surgical Program - $95,000

The surgery program at Quincy Valley Medical Center continues to grow.  In 2012 we added orthopedic services to this program and continue to increase the types of procedures performed.  To continue this growth we are needing the following items:

  • Laparoscopic Set ($15,000)

  • Arthroscopy set ($20,000)

  • EGD Scope ($15,000)

  • Meniscal Repair Arthroscopy ($45,000)

Acute Care Program - $64,000

The following items have been requested to improve the patient care and experience while in our facility.

  • (6) New Bariatric Patient Beds ($35,000 total/$7,000 each)

  • (5) Recliners for patient rooms ($2,000 total/$400 each)

  • End Title CO2 Monitor ($12,500)

  • Bladder Scanner ($14,000)

Emergency Medical Services - $89,000

The Quincy Valley Medical Center Emergency Room treats over 3000 patients annually.  The following needs have been identified to improve services:

  • Ventilator ($25,000)

  • (2) Stryker Stretchers ($14,000 total/$7,000 each))

  • OB Stryker Stretcher ($12,000)

  • EKG Machine ($5,000)

  • IV Pumps (4) ($3,500 each)

  • Vital Sign Machines (2) ($3,500 each)

  • Tablets (10) ($500 each)

Long-Term Care Services - $17,300

The Quincy Valley Medical Center Provides rehabilitative and long-term care to the residents of our community.  Items requested to enhance this service are:

  • (6) Adjustable Patient Beds ($10,800 total/$1,800 each)

  • Audio Entertainment System ($500)

  • (15) Recliners for patient rooms ($6,000 total/$400 each)


  • Physical Therapy Services - $12,300

    The Quincy Valley Medical Center Provides inpatient physical therapy services at our location on 10th Avenue SW.  We also provide outpatient services in our downtown clinic.  Our therapists have requested the following items to improve patient care:

    • Adjustable Mat Table (inpatient) ($5,800)

    • Elliptical Trainer (outpatient) ($2,500)

    • Game Ready (outpatient) ($4,000)

    Facility Maintenance - $15,000

  • Maintenance Vehicle ($15,000 or replacement vehicle used to hall equipment and yard waste)



Download a Department Foundation Request Form


Thank you for your support and contributions.


Primary Contact: 

Hospital Foundation Executive Director

908 Tenth AVE SW

Quincy, WA 98848

(509) 787-5349


Quincy Valley Medical Center Foundation (A 501(c)3 organization)




Quincy Valley Medical Center
908 Tenth Avenue Southwest  Quincy, WA 98848
Tel: (509) 787-3531  |  Fax: (509) 787-2016


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