From newborns to grandparents, we’re dedicated to caring for your entire family when you need it most.
Yuma Regional Medical Center offers health services for all ages and aspects of life. Whether you have a common illness or need specialized treatment, our experts provide outstanding, personalized care.
We hold ourselves accountable to you – our community - and because of that we create and share a special report each year that summarizes the work we have done to continually enhance our quality care.
It’s easy to search our job listings to find the opportunity that’s right for you and apply online.
The McDaniel Endowment Legacy Fund of the Foundation of YRMC was established by Richard Michael McDaniel in memory of his parents, Ted and Stella McDaniel. Through his estate, Mr. McDaniel left a generous legacy to be used to further cancer treatment, research and education in Yuma, Arizona.
The Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center accepts applications October 1st through December 2nd on an annual basis. The funds may be utilized for cancer research, medical equipment or other activities centered on the awareness, diagnosis and treatment of cancer in the Yuma community.
Deadline for Application: All grant applications are due by December 2nd by 5:00p.m. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.
To apply for a Richard McDaniel Endowment Legacy Fund grant, please complete an online application and submit by December 2nd. If you have any questions about these grants or the application process, please contact the Foundation at 928-336-7045 or by email at email@example.com.
We offer a wide variety of programs designed to promote the health and wellbeing of members of our community.
Education is an essential component of our ongoing commitment to delivering quality healthcare.
Fundraising events are the lifeblood of the Foundation. They enable us to secure the resources necessary to provide vitally-needed programs and services to our community.
We believe that patients should have access to high-quality care close to home. That’s why our cancer care team is dedicated to providing each patient with compassionate support throughout every step of their journey.
There are four primary ways in which you can make a difference today. Each of these can help make a difference in the philanthropic work that we do.
Our community needs donors and volunteers to be that change, not only for today, but for a better future.