Creating Smiles

Though being at the hospital has not been fun, Audrey has made some best friends—her child life specialists, Ashley and Maggie.

TC Thompson Children's Hospital patient, Audrey

Greer

Meet Greer, one of our Miracle Kids

Greer Cofield, the Tennessee Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Champion, is one courageous little cowgirl. 
Read her story>>

We make 
Miracles Happen


He couldn’t push the pedals on a tricycle when he first arrived and now he zooms around the driveway on his bike!


Daniel, 2015 CMN Miracle Child 

Help Miracles Happen

Every day, the treatment that our doctors, nurses and caregivers deliver is nothing short of miraculous, and their efforts are enhanced through contributions from caring people like you.  Whether you'd like to give toward a piece of lifesaving equipment or through your time and talent, there are many ways to get involved.  Ultimately, your gifts help us remain on the forefront of medicine, and deliver the highest level of care regardless of a patient's ability to pay.

It is now more important than ever for members of our community to partner with us in strengthening our region's health care.  By doing so, you are helping miracles happen.

 LEGACY

 

You can leave a legacy of support for future generations that will not only impact our community now,

but will provide hope and healing for future generations. The generosity of planned giving strengthens opportunities for our patients, staff and programs each and every day.

Please consider including Erlanger or T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital in your estate plans.

For more information about estate planning or other ways to give, contact
Yogi Anderson at
423-778-7040

 

 

2015 Dinner of distinction

     


The 2015 Dinner of Distinction will be held on February 27th at the Chattanoogan. Dr. Hugh Brown and Dr. Joseph Cofer are this year's recipients of the Distinguished Physician awards. We also have the privilege of posthumously recognizing Gordon Street with the Community Leadership award which will be renamed to honor him. Senator Bob Corker will be the inaugural recipient of the Gordon Street Distingusihed Leadership award at this year’s event.  

For more information please contact Christian Orth at 423-778-9298