About The Foundation
The Anderson Hospital Foundation was established in January 2011 with a generous gift from the estate of Hermilda Listeman. Hermilda
, a lifelong resident of the area, believed in the quality of healthcare and felt it was important to support her community hospital. With her father’s motto of, “Spend what you need, and Save the rest”, Anderson Hospital felt it appropriate to utilize her donation as the beginning for the Anderson Hospital Foundation.
The Foundation encourages charitable gifts that support and advance the quality of health care provided by Anderson Hospital. As a not-for profit
, tax-exempt philanthropic corporation, the Foundation allocates funds for capital projects and programs for Anderson Hospital as they provide and promote excellence in healthcare and wellness service in partnership with the communities they serve.
Since 1977, Anderson Hospital has responded to the needs of Madison County Residents. Each new service and every expansion has
been in direct response to community needs. Some of Anderson’s most recent additions include:
24/7 Cardinal Glennon Pediatrics, 24/7 Cardiac Cath Team, Chest Pain Center and DaVinci Surgical System. Gifts to the Anderson Hospital Foundation are considered gifts of support from the community, gifts that acknowledge the importance of preserving and enhancing the health status of our community.
Anderson Hospital Foundation Board of Directors:
Dr. Max Eakin,
Dr. Thomas Hill,