Community Service Means Good Business

The AdventHealth Palm Coast Foundation has been able to financially support health care equipment and services in Flagler County for the past ten years, providing over $2,100,000!

How were they able to accomplish this great feat and what are their plans going forward?

“Our 20/20 Society Members and the generosity of this community have made this possible,” according to John Subers, Foundation Director, at AdventHealth Foundation Palm Coast. “90% of new builds and expansions to their (AdventHealth) campuses rely on the Foundation and their fundraising efforts to offset the additional 10%.”

Some of the 20/20 Founding Members (Howard Holley, Intracoastal Bank and Chiumento Law)  shared: “We’re proud to support the evolving healthcare needs of our community and the success of the past ten years; we look forward to the next ten.”

AdventHealth Palm Coast is growing! As our community continues to grow, AdventHealth is committed to serving & growing with the expanding need! Their new state-of the art facility, AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway, has a projected cost of over $100,000,000 and anticipates bringing 400-700 new jobs to our community.

“Healthcare is an economic driver for our county. Making sure that we take care of our population is the driving force behind what we are trying to do. We are honored to strengthen our presence in this community with a second world-class hospital and look forward to deepening the relationships we’ve built with our partners here,” said Dr. Ron Jimenez, CEO and President of AdventHealth Palm Coast/AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway.

Businesses that invest in helping communities thrive can connect with community leaders, network with stakeholders and help to provide a framework of support through their philanthropic efforts. We celebrate and recognize some of the many outstanding good deeds such as the Judith C. Macko Cancer Resource Center working to provide free wigs, drainage vests, resources and more for patients receiving cancer treatments. Thanks also to community outreach and support efforts: the Freytag Children’s Rehabilitation Center received specialized children’s medical equipment, the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House was the beneficiary of remodel enhancements and HospiceCare has been supplied with in-home patient necessities and funding.

It is said that one good deed sparks another, and continued community support has also been exemplified through the AdventHealth Community Care Network, which supports the medical needs of underserved patients. Through these efforts and more, the communities that our business seeks to serve will continue to be great spaces to live, work and play, while exemplifying healthy and happy populations.


To learn how you can make a difference and to learn more about naming opportunities, contact John Subers, Foundation Director at 386.586.4440.

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