Donor Recognition Programs
Circle of Memories
The Circle of Memories Donor Club includes cash donations, pledges and electronic fund transfers given to Pana Community Hospital Foundation in memory of a loved one. As gifts made in the deceased loved ones name accumulate, their memory will be recognized on the Circle of Memories board in the appropriate level.
Circle of Roses
The Circle of Roses Donor Club includes cash donations, pledges, electronic fund transfers, gift annuities, securities, real estate and gifts-in-kind, with the value placed on the gift by the donor. Each gift a donor gives will accumulate to enable donors to advance to higher giving levels.
Accumulated gifts are recognized in the following categories:
- $100-$249: Cameo Rose
- $250 - $499: Gala Rose
- $500-$999: Minuet Rose
- $1,000-$2,499: Masterpiece Rose
- $2,500-$4,999: Emblem Rose
- $5,000-$9,999: Royalty Rose
- $10,000+: Champagne Rose
The name of this society stems from Dr. Jacob Huber, whose $20,000 bequest provided the seed money for Pana’s first hospital, Huber Memorial Hospital. This program recognizes individuals for planned gifts that will not be realized for some time. Gifts included in the Huber Society are life insurance, estates, bequests and trust funds. Members of the Huber Society are also recognized on a plaque on the first floor of the hospital.
Siegert Medical Equipment Fund
The Pana Community Hospital has a long and strong medical heritage. The Pana Area’s original hospital facility, Huber Memorial Hospital, was founded in 1913 and was named in honor of Dr. Jacob Huber, a physician who practiced in the area for fifty years. Drs. Fritz and Rudy Siegert founded the Pana Medical Group over 60 years ago. This group practice continues to this day.
In honor of all of the physicians who have served and continue to serve the community, the Siegert Medical Equipment Fund has been created by the Pana Community Hospital Foundation to accept gifts/contributions made for the purpose of supporting the purchase of needed medical equipment to support the hospital and the medical, surgical, diagnostic and treatment equipment needs of all the physicians on the hospital’s medical staff in practicing the modern art and science of medicine.