Philanthropy — at the heart of better outcomes and new frontiers in cardio care
Cone Health is widely known as a leader in Heart & Vascular care — and the steps we’re taking, with donors by our side, are moving our community forward to a better place of health and well-being. With nationally known cardiology administrator Ruth Fisher on board and a long history of attracting top experts in heart care, we are well positioned to innovate even more. Integrating Cone Health with the community is critical to the continued advancement of our heart and vascular lifesaving services.
Your role as a donor means a great deal. With your partnership, we can provide the latest diagnostic tools and advanced surgical procedures, develop clinical trials and rehabilitation services to improve patient outcomes, pursue more transformational joint ventures across the community, and offer Patient Assistance funds that support our community members when and how they need it most.
We are proud of our Heart & Vascular donor community, which includes former patients and family members who want to express their gratitude and pay it forward. Your partnership funds programs for future patients, furthering our national reputation for excellence and making our exceptional patient care available for everyone in the community.
Join us as we take exciting steps forward.
We’re focusing on new innovations in heart care and below are a few of our most relied-upon Heart & Vascular funds. View a full list of Cone Health funds here — and if you are ready to make a gift now, visit our donate page.
LeBauer-Brodie Center for Innovation Fund
Provides annual support for the LeBauer-Brodie Center for Cardiovascular research and education. Also supports the educational efforts of the Heart and Vascular Center. (Giving Value: Prevention)
Cardiac Rehabilitation Fund
Funds available to enhance and enrich the cardiac rehab program. (Giving Value: Outstanding Patient Outcomes)
Cardiac/Pulmonary Care Fund
Funds available to support Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Department at Annie Penn Hospital. (Giving Value: Outstanding Patient Outcomes)
D. Earl Pardue Cardiology Fund
Provides scales to congestive heart failure patients who must monitor their weight. Funds also pay the service fees for patients who should attend Heart Track but cannot afford to do so. (Giving Value: Access)