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Powell Medical Foundation Receives Sizeable Grant For New Technology

Written by on October 13, 2020

The foundation announced the award of a Community Impact Grant from New York Life, which will be used to purchase new equipment for Powell Valley Healthcare.

The Community Impact Grant program awards grants of up to $25,000 to local nonprofit organizations, which are championed by New York Life agents and employees.

The Powell Medical Foundation has received $11,000 thru the program. Patricia Moulton, an agent with New York Life’s Montana General Office, says New Your Life encourages all its agents to engage with their local communities thru their time, energies, and talents.

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“We are pleased that our partnership will have a long-lasting impact on Powell Medical Foundation and the population they serve,” Moulton said.

The Powell Medical Foundation has already allocated the grant towards the purchase of a 3D Mammography unit for Powell Valley Healthcare. In addition to improving the early breast cancer detection rate, the unit will reduce indeterminate or abnormal mammograms.

“We are grateful for New York Life’s investment in the advancement of breast cancer screenings, which will change many lives for the better,” said Megan Pfefferle, Executive Director of the foundation. “Without the support from New York Life, we wouldn’t be able to further assist with the purchase of the 3D Mammography unit, which will reduce indeterminate or abnormal mammograms as well as aid in early breast cancer detection rate.”

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The new 3D mammography unit will enable enhanced care at Powell Valley Healthcare. for all Bighorn Basin residents who seek treatment in Park County.


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