Welcome to United Health Foundation
United Health Foundation works hand-in-hand with donors and volunteers to help support the mission of United Hospital Center: working together as one to make healthcare better in North Central West Virginia. Be the one to make a difference today.
To make giving easy, we have three ways you may donate to the United Health Foundation.
Donate Securely Online
Call 681.342.1622 to make your donation over the phone with a trusted staff member.
Mail a check made payable to United Health Foundation.
Mail to United Hospital Center, Attn: Development Office, 327 Medical Park Drive, Bridgeport, WV 26330.
Ways To Give
Greatest Needs Fund
This fund enables United Hospital Center to continue to provide outstanding patient care and respond to a variety of healthcare facility, staff, and patient needs.
Memorials and Tribute Gifts
A memorial gift or gift in honor is a thoughtful way to remember a loved one or dear friend while at the same time giving hope to others.
United Hospital Center’s Cecil B. Highland, Jr. & Barbara B. Highland Cancer Center, with its board-certified medical and radiation oncologists, offers patients access to the latest in cancer treatment.
The United Health Foundation has established the Grateful Patient Program to provide opportunities for patients to express their gratitude for the care they have received at United Hospital Center.
HALO SleepSack Program
United Hospital Center wants to replace loose blankets in cribs with HALO SleepSacks, which provide a safe sleep option for newborns and help prevent accidental suffocation
United Hospital Center proudly invites your participation in the 5th Annual UHC Pro-Am Golf Tournament sponsored by BlaineTurner Advertising.
5th Annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament
Monday, September 25, 2023
Pete Dye Golf Club
There are many ways that our donors, employees, physicians, volunteers, and other United Hospital Center stakeholders make a profound and meaningful difference in the lives of the patients we serve.
The Millennium Quilt Guild of Harrison County and the Belleville Helping Hands Quilt Guild of Parkersburg donated handmade quilts to United Hospital Center (UHC) pediatric patients. Pictured from left are Torie Childers, PCA, 4 North at UHC; Sharon, Mitchell, RN, BSN, Nurse Director at UHC; and quilt guild members Duska Davis, Judy Moore, and Debbie Yerkey.Learn More