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  • Our wonderful team
    of gastroenterologists
    breaking ground for the
    new Scully Endoscopy
    Center, made possible
    with donor support
    Click to read more…
  • Donor support built
    a high-tech, top-talent
    cardiac electrophysiology
    program for patients
    with arrhythmia, such
    as A-Fib
    Click to read more…
  • “When facing a
    cancer diagnosis,
    nothing is more
    important than
    your support
    team.”

    Click here to view Maureen Bauchman’s story…
  • Opening 2018 --
    thanks to many generous donors
    and a successful matching challenge
    grant, IRMC will increase its capacity
    to care for the community's GI needs.
    Click to read more…
  • “It was my honor to play
    a leadership role in the
    campaign to build the
    Scully-Welsh Cancer Center.”

                                    Tony Woodruff
                                                    Foundation Board Chair
                                                    and wife Sally

  • Leading-edge minimally
    invasive treatment for
    patients who need new
    aortic valves without
    open-heart surgery—
    only possible through
    Philanthropy
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  • “We wanted our giving
    to have the most possible
    impact for patients and
    their families. Our hope is...”

                              Jack and Mollie Rogers
                                           in Sally's Garden at
                                           Scully-Welsh Cancer Center

  • Sometimes “Thank you”
    just isn't enough. Grateful
    patients often choose to
    honor deserving caregivers.

    Read more…

Welcome to Indian River Medical Center Foundation

Groundbreaking Scully-Welsh Cancer Center

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Marlynn and Bill Scully

Scully-Welsh Cancer Center Underway

The first celebratory shovels of soil were turned April 23, 2014 to break ground for the new Scully-Welsh Cancer Center, the hub of Indian River Medical Center’s Duke-affiliated cancer care program. Opening in November 2015, the 34,000 square-foot Scully-Welsh Cancer Center will house radiation therapy, chemotherapy, clinical trial coordination, genetic counseling services, education, a resource library and care coordination, including patient navigators.

During the groundbreaking ceremony, Marlynn, Bill and Pat shared their enthusiasm and personal motivation for supporting the project, urging others to join them in bringing The Campaign for Excellence in Cancer Care to a successful close. To date, the Foundation has reached 74 percent of its $48 million goal, with $12.5 million remaining.

Pat Welsh and Sally Woodruff

Pat Welsh and Sally Woodruff

One very special element of the cancer program’s patient support services is the John W. Scully Volunteer Program, named for Bill’s brother, the late husband of Sue Scully. The program will pair volunteers who are cancer survivors, or former caregivers, with patients diagnosed with the same cancer as the volunteers experienced. During the groundbreaking ceremony, John’s memory was honored when Medical Center CEO Jeff Susi announced the program and presented Sue with a commemorative gift.

Additional cancer care enhancements will include high-tech oncology surgical operating rooms and renovation of the oncology inpatient wing of private suites in the main hospital, also to open in 2015.

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We rise by lifting others...
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Maureen and Bob Bauchman are champions for the Inspiration Wall at the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center.

View Maureen’s story and learn more…

IRMC Tomorrow: A partner to help build our future

After an assessment of Indian River Medical Center and its future, the IRMC Board of Directors and Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees each determined the best way to secure a healthy future for our medical center is to seek a partner.

For an overview of the partnership selection process, timeline, and FAQs, click to visit the IRMC Tomorrow website.

Funding Priorities

> Endoscopy Expansion

> Cardiac Electrophysiology

> Advanced CT Scanning

> Excellence in Cancer Care

> Dr. Cary L. Stowe Endowed Chair for Cardiovascular Surgery

> Patient Care Excellence Endowment

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Our Future is Bright

Prepare to be inspired!

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From Our President

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We're proud that the Scully Endoscopy Center elevated GI care in our community, thanks to a matching challenge from Marlynn and Bill Scully and many generous donors. Together, we continue to help IRMC exceed healthcare expectations for a county of this size.

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Giving Societies

Nearly 1,800 Foundation benefactors have chosen to become members of one or more of our donor societies, The Malloy Society, The Eagle Society and The Legacy Society. Many also have become members of the Sustaining Eagle Program.

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Scully Endoscopy Center

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GI cancers range from the most preventable to most difficult to detect. Leading-edge interventional techniques and technology help meet the need for endoscopy care.

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Contact Us

1000 36th Street
Vero Beach, Florida 32960
Tel: 772.226.4960
Fax: 772.563.4770

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