Honor a Special Doctor in Your Life

Is there a special doctor in your life? A physician who has guided you or a loved one through your difficult medical journey? A physician who demonstrated professionalism, compassion and comfort for you or your family in your time of need?

At Reading Hospital, physicians are at the heart of our community-focused, innovative mission. Their dedication makes a difference in the lives of so many people, every single day. That’s why we set aside one day – along with health systems across the country – to honor and celebrate our physicians during National Doctors Day.

Recognize a Special Physician with a Personal Message and Tax-deductible Gift

Since 1990, when President George H.W. Bush and the U.S. Congress officially created National Doctors’ Day, patients and families have been recognizing the special physicians in their life through personal messages and donations that make it possible for our doctors to provide life-changing, transformative care. The HealthPlex for Advanced Surgical and Patient Care serves as a surgical and inpatient tower that combines the hospital’s many surgical services into one of the most technologically advanced and sophisticated clinical centers in the region.

Acknowledge the Special Gifts of Your Physician by Making a Gift of Your Own

When you make a donation in honor of your physician, you are recognizing his or her commitment to medical excellence. Your personal message will be delivered to your physician and your name will be added to our list of generous donors. The amount of your gift will remain confidential. Your tax-deductible gift is a tribute to the skills and talent of the special doctors in your life. It also ensures we can continue to provide superior healthcare in our region by maintaining the highest quality facilities, technology and innovation.

Tell a special doctor his or her work is important to you or someone you love. Send a message of gratitude and a gift that creates a lasting legacy to benefit our entire community.

To donate, click here for a printable form.