Medical Center of McKinney (MCM) and it Medical Staff donated $30,000 to three local charities – The Community Food Pantry of McKinney, Children and Community Health Center of McKinney and Serenity High.
Both MCM and its Medical Staff donated $5,000, for a total of $10,000, to all three charities.
Larry Robinson with 3e McKinney assisted Medical Center of McKinney by identifying local charities to benefit from the annual holiday donation. 3e McKinney is a nonprofit organization that engages and coordinates churches and community organizations into channeling their resources of people, time and funds into the community in order to bring hope to the impoverished and to make a positive impact on the community.
“Both Medical Center of McKinney and our Medical Staff are pleased to make donations of this level to these three deserving organizations that serve our community so well,” said Ernest C. Lynch, III, MCM President and CEO. “McKinney is so fortunate to have organizations that provide food and healthcare to people in need and a unique high school setting for students recovering from addiction.”
The Community Food Pantry of McKinney is a non-profit outreach program that provides food to families and individuals in need.
The Children and Community Health Center of McKinney (CCHC) provides no-cost, basic healthcare to the underserved members of McKinney and northern Collin County Communities. CCHC is located at the Medical Center of McKinney – Wysong campus, 120 S. Central Expressway.
Serenity High is a safe haven and sober environment for students who have successfully completed a recognized treatment program and who want to complete requirements to earn a Texas high school diploma.
Medical Center of McKinney is a 260-bed acute care facility that has a comprehensive cardiovascular program with cutting-edge diagnostic, interventional and non-invasive procedures, open heart surgery and education. The Joint Replacement Center of Excellence offers hip, knee and shoulder replacement patients treatment options using minimally invasive techniques; and neurosurgeons are available around the clock to treat back and neck problems, and perform delicate brain surgery. MCM’s Level III nursery is just steps away from our labor and delivery rooms and provides care to babies born as early as 28 weeks gestation.
(Top) MCM Donation_CCHC_2011 Presenting the $10,000 donation to Children & Community Health Clinic are from left to right Ernest C. Lynch, III, MCM president and CEO; Ray Eckenrode; Medical Center of McKinney board member, Larry Robinson, president of 3e McKinney; Mollie McCune, CCHC board president; Dorrie O’Mara, CCHC board member; and Teresa Rajala, MD, Medical Center of McKinney Medical Staff president.
(Above, right) MCM Donation_ Food Pantry_2011: Presenting the $10,000 donation to Community Food Pantry are from left to right Ernest C. Lynch, III, MCM president and CEO; Ray Eckenrode; Medical Center of McKinney board member, Matt Johnson, Community Food Pantry volunteer; Teresa Rajala, MD, Medical Center of McKinney Medical Staff president; and Larry Robinson, president of 3e McKinney.
(Above left) MCM Donation_Serenity_2011 Presenting the $10,000 donation to Serenity High are from left to right Ray Eckenrode, Medical Center of McKinney board member, Ernest C. Lynch, III, MCM president and CEO; Rob Freeman, Serenity High board member; Teresa Rajala, MD, Medical Center of McKinney Medical Staff president; Neil Sperry, Serenity High board member, Terrie Keith, Serenity High board president; Lea Marano, Serenity High board member and Larry Robinson, president of 3e McKinney.