$250,000 Donated to Cape Cod Healthcare By Chatham Couple

CAPE COD- Cape Cod Healthcare has received a $250,000 donation to help kick off the organization’s major 2018 fundraising campaign, “Advancing Care. Inspiring Hope.”

The gift, provided by Chatham residents David and Gail Oppenheim will be divided among three CCHC entities, with one-half going toward enhancing primary care at the Oppenheim Medical Building in West Chatham, one-quarter going toward more improvements in primary care, urgent care and specialty services at Fontaine Outpatient Center in Harwich, and one-quarter going to the Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod.

The Oppenheims, who own the Wayside Inn and Chatham Yacht Basin, have long been champions of quality healthcare on the Lower Cape.

Their support of CCHC began in 2003, when they joined the late Ray Fontaine of Harwich in giving a significant gift to Cape Cod Healthcare in support of the renovation, and expansion, of the former Harwich Medical Center.

In 2014, the Oppenheims also provided major financial support for CCHC’s new medical building on Route 28 in West Chatham.

To join the Oppenheim’s in their challenge to contribute to the “Advancing Care. Inspiring Hope.” campaign, you can click HERE.

By JOHN BONDAREK, CapeCod.Com News Center

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