emergency support fund

With the coronavirus on everyone's mind, we want to reassure you that Arroyo Grande Community Hospital is fully prepared and currently has adequate supplies for the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we do anticipate needing additional resources in the weeks to come.

You can make a difference today by supporting Arroyo Grande Community Hospital's Emergency Support Fund which helps the hospital fund all the additional costs for providing the following critical resources needed to care for our patients during a crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Medical supplies such as personal protective equipment for caregivers (masks, gloves, eye protection, etc), tenting for intake areas, and additional basic supplies above normal hospital volumes.
  • Medical equipment specific to the needs of a given health care crisis, such as ventilators for COVID-19 patients. 
  • Additional staffing - during a crisis or emergency situation, a significant number of additional caregivers and hospital staff may be needed to treat an increased number of patients.
  • Additional training and education of hospital staff related to a specific crisis.
  • Resiliency support for hospital staff
  • Other unidentified needs that may arise during the course of an evolving health care crisis or emergency.

We are able to be here for our community in times of crisis because of generous community members like you. While our dedicated and heroic staff provides compassionate care to our patients, the Emergency Support Fund provides necessary resources to help their efforts during critical times. 

The Emergency Support Fund helps Arroyo Grande Community Hospital go above and beyond to deliver the care our community deserves. Our priority is to help provide vital resources to keep excellent, affordable health care accessible to all in need. Now, more than ever, your gift of any size can make a huge impact on our efforts to combat this pandemic.

Donate to the Emergency Support Fund Now

100% of your gift stays local and helps patients at Arroyo Grande Community Hospital.