The Johnson Society recognizes benefactors who have made cumulative contributions to Memorial of $100,000 or more. It is named after H. Clay Evans Johnson, the Founding President of the Hamilton County Memorial Hospital Association, the Association that raised the money to open Memorial in 1952.
The Legacy Society recognizes an estate gift established during a donor’s lifetime. These generous, forward-thinking people have made arrangements for Memorial to be included in their estates by remembering us either in their wills or though some other type of estate planning instrument.
The de Sales Society
Named in honor of Sister Thomas de Sales Bailey, long-time administrator of Memorial, this Society was created to encourage and give special recognition to committed benefactors who desire to invest in healthcare excellence. The de Sales Society recognizes donors who have made contributions of $10,000 or more over a three-year period or less.
Physician Founder’s Society membership represents a cumulative commitment of $10,000 and above.
Physician President’s Circle membership represents a cumulative commitment of $5,000 and above.
Physician’s Society membership recognizes cumulative giving of $2,500 and above.
Physicians’ Circle membership represents gifts given during the previous fiscal year.
Friends of Memorial
Friends of Memorial is comprised of individuals, who make a gift of $100 or more during the fiscal year. Learn more