Support Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital

Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital in Frankfort, MichiganPaul Oliver Memorial Hospital was the first hospital in Michigan to attain Critical Access Hospital status. It provides 24/7 emergency care services, as well as dialysis, diagnostic, physical therapy, infusion, radiology, laboratory, skilled rehabilitation, outpatient surgery, and long-term care to all communities in the greater Benzie County area.


Mammography Upgrades

Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in women - one in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Early detection and advancements in screenings are key factors in improving outcomes. Digital breast tomosynthesis, also known as 3D mammography, is a revolutionary new screening and diagnostic imaging tool that provides much clearer images of abnormalities within dense breast tissue, and reduces "false alarms" and patient callbacks for additional imaging by up to 40 percent. Effective treatment begins with proper diagnosis and Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital strives to use the latest in imaging technology to help our team provide accurate diagnoses and timely results. The cost for a new 3D tomosynthesis unit at Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital is $375,000.


Innovation Fund

Every year, Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital has technology and equipment needs totaling about $250,000. The Innovation Fund has been established to enable hospital leaders to respond quickly to opportunities that arise to improve the way patient care is delivered. Supporting equipment and technology needs will help keep Paul Oliver the gem of our community and first choice for both the seasonal and full-time residents of Benzie County.


Paul Oliver Living & Rehabilitation Center    

Paul Oliver Living and Rehabilitation Center in Frankfort promotes a sense of well-being, healing, and peace in a beautiful hilltop setting overlooking Lake Michigan. It has been awarded a Five Star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid for meeting overall high quality standards. 

Funding for ongoing improvements, renovations, and upgrades, will allow us to ensure our long-term residents and rehabilitation patients cultivate independence and maintain physical, emotional, social, and mental well-being in a safe, quality setting.


Learn More 

To learn how you can help, call Charitable Giving Officer, John Gower, at  231-213-1154 or by email at jgower@mhc.net.

Circle of Excellence

Circle of Excellence LogoThe Circle of Excellence acknowledges generous donors of Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital who have cumulative gifts of at least $1,000 annually. Register for a Circle of Excellence event (members only).

Stories of Giving

Nickum Family Foundation Supports Critical Care in Frankfort

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