Giving to Women's & Children's Health
In this video, Terri Slagle, M.D., clinical director of CPMC's Newborn Intensive Care Unit, tells the story of a premature baby and his parents' experience in the NICU.
- The Children’s Comprehensive Care Center at CPMC helps children with cancer and other chronic conditions get the ongoing care they need through outpatient services for kids and families.
Giving Opportunities in Pediatrics and Women's Health
- NICU - invest in our tiniest patients. Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) exemplifies the combination of “high-tech” and “high-touch” medicine that is our goal for all of the care CPMC provides.
Notkin Family Breast Cancer Recovery Program: Every year this program assists hundreds of women and their families through the process of diagnosis, treatment options and survivorship, including counseling and support groups.
For children with learning disabilities and developmental, medical or behavioral challenges,
Your gift to the Stuart Brotman Memorial Fund will help children with learning disabilities and developmental, medical or behavioral challenge at CPMC's Kalmanovitz Child Development Center.
More Priority Programs: Your gifts of any amount given each year to CPMC are invested immediately in patient care.
Philanthropic Partners in Pediatrics and Women's Health
- Ted and Pamala Deikel's gift brought innovative technology to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit.
- Shelby Notkin and Michelle Notkin understand the necessity for breast cancer recovery programs.
- St. Luke's Auxiliary's 2015 Musée benefitted portable ultrasound equipment for the Women's Health Center at CPMC's St. Luke's Campus.
- Women's & Children's Leadership Council: CPMC Foundation's Leadership Councils join the commitment of our Board of Trustees with the passion of community volunteers.