Henry Ford Allegiance Health Development Priorities
For more than a century, Henry Ford Allegiance Health has been healing the Jackson community through compassionate patient care, groundbreaking treatments and research on the medical issues most important to you and your family. We’ve cared for generations of Jackson area residents—and we’re excited for our next century of service.
Thanks to support from generous donors, our Foundation Board and our community, Henry Ford Allegiance is looking to the future as we continue to build a state-of-the-art hospital where patient healing and innovative care go hand in hand.
Learn more about how you can make an impact at Henry Ford Allegiance, contact Dea Talmage, Senior Development Officer, at (517) 205-7538. If you'd like to make a donation online, please use our secure online giving form.
TAVR and Hybrid Operating Room
At Henry Ford Allegiance, we’re proud to offer world-class care right in your backyard. One of our highest priorities is to provide the latest in innovative medical treatments and technology, ensuring convenient, safe and noninvasive procedures for our patients.
TAVR (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement) is a highly specialized procedure that provides a non-surgical alternative to heart valve replacement. In the new cardiac catheterization lab at Allegiance, we offer a less invasive procedure that involves flexible tubing threaded through groin vessels into the heart. This procedure leads to better long-term results for patients.
These innovative treatments require leading-edge technology. We need your help as we continue to expand our hybrid operating room and provide TAVR to patients in our community.
Every patient should feel safe, comfortable and calm as they enter the doors of Henry Ford Allegiance. Today we are working on upgrades to our main entrance to enhance the beauty, accessibility and security of our facility.
In 2019 the Volunteers of Henry Ford Allegiance will host the 83rd annual Pink Ball. In collaboration with the Allegiance Foundation team, the Volunteers have provided millions of dollars of support over the past eight decades. The proceeds from the Pink Ball have played an integral role in almost every transformative project at Allegiance. The 2019 Pink Ball, “How the West was Won’” will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019.