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The Ascension Providence Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Ascension Providence Hospital that supports the programs and services of the hospital through fundraising efforts and community engagement. The team raises funds for programs, equipment, patient support, hospital advancements, endowments and more. Through the generosity of close to 6,000 donors, the Foundation has raised over $35 Million in the past five years to support neurosurgery and neurological research, cardiovascular care, medical education, cancer care, and capital improvements. Over the next five years projects include neurosurgery and cardiovascular advancements, behavioral and mental health including Ascension’s Brighton Center for Addiction Recovery, assistance for patients in need, cancer care, and more.
The Mission of Ascension, a Catholic health ministry, is committed to providing spiritually centered, holistic care which sustains and improves the health of individuals in the communities we serve with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Our values include Service of the Poor: giving of our time and talents with a generosity of spirit, especially for persons most in need; and Reverence: respect and compassion for the dignity and diversity of life. Ascension Providence Hospital is one of the few major hospitals in the Detroit Metropolitan area that truly prioritizes service to the poor; we never turn away people in need. As a community-based, teaching system, Ascension Providence merges compassion and patient-centered care with university expertise and treatment. Our team in Southfield, Novi and Howell includes more than 1,400 physicians, 4,600 nurses and associates, 900 volunteers, 180 medical residents and fellows. Together we provide award-winning care in over 50 specialties.

Our goal at Henry Ford West Bloomfield is for everyone who enters our doors to feel like our guest. Pretty revolutionary, we know. We also know that if we don't want our guests to feel like patients, then our hospital better not feel like a hospital. And it doesn't. And while our goal may be to heal the body, we haven't forgotten about the mind or spirit.

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