The Helmsley Charitable Trust has been providing grant funds to ensure quality healthcare in rural areas for over a decade, and recently added Nevada to the list of eight states they have worked closely with to make this happen. More than $11.3 million was granted to 10 Nevada hospitals, with $8.68 million going to our Critical Access Hospitals for state-of-the-art diagnostic and radiology equipment.

The grants include:

  • $736,000 to Boulder City Hospital for 3D mammography and mobile C-arm fluoroscopic x-ray equipment
  • $667,000 to Grover C. Dils Medical Center in Caliente for a fixed x-ray device and a CT scanner
  • $402,000 to Pershing General Hospital in Lovelock to purchase a CT scanner
  • $959,000 to William Bee Ririe Hospital in Ely for a CT scanner and fixed x-ray device with fluoroscopy
  • $1.8 million to Incline Village Community Hospital for a CT scanner, fixed x-ray device and related costs
  • $3.6 million to Carson Valley Medical Center in Gardnerville to build and equip a hybrid cardiac cath
    lab/interventional radiology lab and purchase a new fixed x-ray device
  • $518,000 to South Lyon Medical Center in Yerington for a CT scanner and a fixed x-ray device

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