In 1998, through the Destination Home Capital Campaign, a collaborative effort with a neighboring healthcare provider established local kidney dialysis so community members requiring this life-sustaining treatment could stay in the...
|In 2000, charitable giving made it possible for a new chapel to be created. This effort established a visible and welcoming sacred space inviting to people of all faiths or none at all. The project included construction to enclose the interior structure of the chapel, heating and ventilation renovations as well as furnishings and accessories. The larger, brighter and more open space helped fulfill the spiritual needs of patients and their families, staff, and guests. It is truly the spiritual center for the whole medical campus. |
In 2002 during phase two of this fund raising effort, a glorious wall of stained glass was added. This work of art, created by David Fjeld, provides shelter from the hot summer sun and offers a focal point for those spending precious moments in this truly spiritual space.
In 2005 during the final fund raising phase, the healing garden was put in place as an extension of the chapel. Patients, family members, and employees enjoy the serenity of the outdoors, and benefit from the fresh mountain air, running waters, and greenery.