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Annual Cameron Golf Classic on June 15th, 2023 at Glendarin Hills Golf Course

Please join us at the Cameron Classic to benefit the Cameron Foundation. Sponsors and players help Cameron Foundation support Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in its mission of improving the quality of life for those we serve through relationships focused on health and wellness.

The 18-hole Cameron Classic promises to be a fun-filled day of golf, games, friendships and networking at the community’s top-rated golf course, Glendarin Hills Golf Club.

Sponsorship opportunities offer great brand exposure within the Steuben County community, as well as partnership and collaboration with the Cameron Foundation. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments, grab-and-go dinner, and a gift for all golfers.

Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate and participate in the Cameron Classic! Choose your sponsorship level, get your team together and mark your calendar for Thursday, June 15th, at Glendarin Hills Golf Club!

Learn more about the golf outing!

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Title Sponsor: Farmers and Merchant State Bank

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About The Cameron Foundation

The Cameron Foundation makes an impact by focusing on areas that directly affect health and wellness in our community. Some examples include:

  • State-of-the-art training and resources
  • Expansion of hospital programs, services and community education
  • Continued advances in meeting the medical needs of our community

Cameron Hospital has been a staple in our community for almost 100 years, and with your support, we will be able to continue to provide first-class, high-quality care close to home.

Our foundation of friends is what makes our hospital so special, and our donors are among life’s greatest treasures. We invite you to share our commitment of providing the gift of health and wellness to those in need by supporting the Cameron Foundation.

Join us and make a difference today!

Helping Fremont Community Schools

Cameron Hospital Foundation is taking the initiative to help Fremont Community Schools. Our goal is to help these schools respond to emergent medical situations by funding emergency medicine kits.

These medicine kits will be located in the elementary school, middle school, and high school. In conjunction with Cameron Retail Pharmacy, Fremont Schools, and Cameron Telehealth school nurse Sarah Foster, RN, the nursing staff will now be able to respond to unanticipated medical emergencies whenever necessary. 

We are so proud to be able to help Fremont Community Schools with this initiative built to keep our kids safe and healthy.

Medicine Kit Photo

Cameron Says Thank You To Providers

Say thank you to your provider.

At Cameron, we appreciate our physicians for their tireless efforts and commitment to our health.

As we show our gratitude, consider giving a gift in honor of your doctor. Let them know how important their work is to you and help them continue to provide excellent care delivered with compassion. We invite you to share your story of the care you received while a patient at Cameron with a gift to the Cameron Foundation to honor your provider.

When you choose to honor your doctor, we take the time to share how important their efforts are to you and your family with a special ceremony. Each physician who has been honored will receive a certificate, and your story of gratitude, should you choose to provide one.

Doctor and Patient

Grateful Patient Testimonies

“Dr. Tom Miller and his staff are the kindest group of medical individuals. They make you feel like going to the physician’s office is like going to a friend’s home. The atmosphere is the most welcoming and I attribute that to the quality of individuals employed with Dr. Miller.”

“I was so impressed at the time she (Dr. Lynn Faur) took to hear my concerns and then address issues. She also gave a thorough exam. She makes you feel like you’re her only patient.”

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Who We Help

Meet Mollie, a Cameron Foundation Recipient.

Children aren’t meant to live quiet lives. That’s what life was like for Mollie, whose main hearing organ never fully developed, leaving her with only partial hearing. In 2019, the Cameron Auxiliary provided half of the $5,000 necessary for Mollie’s implants. The Cameron Foundation matched that amount, and together they gave Mollie the gift of hearing.

Her mother Emily explains the impact, “With Mollie’s hearing aids, provided by the Cameron Foundation, she is able to hear and comprehend much more than she previously could.”

Thanks to the Cameron Foundation’s generous community of donors, Mollie received life-changing hearing aids that turned up the volume on her entire life.

My hearing aids make me feel happy and I now have a bigger world that I can hear.

Ways to Give

Supports the greatest needs of the hospital.

Helps provide desperately needed medication and supplies to those in need.

Provides funds for women who are underinsured so they can maintain preventative screenings.

Helps support grieving families after an infant loss.

Provides financial support and clinical opportunity to qualified healthcare students.

Helps support hospital programs and initiatives to improve the health and wellness of our community.

This policy establishes a fund within the Cameron Hospital Foundation to assist patients with funding for essential cancer needs related to Leukemia and Lymphoma. 

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Volunteer with the Cameron Auxiliary 


Mission Statement of the Cameron Auxiliary

The purpose of this organization shall be to assist and support the staff of Cameron Hospital to accomplish their goal of providing health services to the people of Steuben County and the surrounding area, in a spirit of charity, concern, and excellence. This purpose shall be accomplished by representation of the hospital to the public through service to the hospital and its patients, and through fundraising in a manner satisfactory to the hospital governing board and in harmony with the planning of the community.

Sign Up to Volunteer

To learn more about volunteering with Cameron Hospital, contact Auxiliary Coordinator Angie Kresse by phone or email.

Download our volunteer application here.

Read the Latest Cameron Auxiliary Newsletter

Cameron Auxiliary Scholarship

Each year the Cameron Auxiliary awards two area (Angola, Hamilton, MSD of Steuben County, Fremont, and Prairie Heights) seniors with scholarships. These students must be accepted at an accredited college or university and pursuing a degree in the medical field. Scholarship applications are sent to Guidance Counselors each spring.

Download our Auxiliary Scholarshop application here.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

At Cameron Hospital, Breast Cancer Awareness Month is “Pinktober”.  During the month of October, we proactively spread the word on the importance of screenings and self-exams.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month across the country. This is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the importance of preventive screening of the disease.

Breast Cancer is treatable, especially when detected early.  That’s one of the reasons why Cameron Hospital wants to shed the light on the importance of breast cancer screenings during the month of October.

Have pictures showing your “pink out” in support of Pinktober? Submit your photos here!

JOIN US in Creating Awareness by Participating in Our Events.


Imaging Services During Pinktober

Cameron Hospital and Cameron Hospital Foundation, in conjunction with the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, is proud to offer exclusive Breast Health exams during the month of October – Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Saturday, October 8

Who Qualifies:  Designed for women who are uninsured or underinsured, the Women’s Center provides low or no cost breast imaging serviced to the women who meet the following criteria:

  1. No insurance or an insurance policy that does not cover breast screenings
  2. Meet financial guidelines
  3. Age 40 and over, or under 40 with a family history of breast cancer.

This program provides high-tech breast imaging services at Women’s Center of Cameron Hospital.

For more information or to schedule your appointment, please call Cameron Central Scheduling at central scheduling number is 260-665-2141, extension 5128.


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