Medical City Healthcare Announces $100,000 Grant to Fight Hunger

April 15, 2020 To Medical City Healthcare Community Partners, At Medical City Healthcare, we care like family. We support each other, our patients and our community at all times, but especially through times of adversity. During this difficult period, our community needs us now more than ever. In response to COVID-19, Medical City Healthcare’s parent company, HCA Healthcare, has allocated more than $1 million in charitable funds through the HCA Healthcare Foundation and a tax-exempt trust to aid COVID-19 relief efforts and address community needs across the country. I’m proud to share that, at the request of Medical City Healthcare, $100,000 of these funds will directly benefit our local community through support of the North Texas Food Bank and Tarrant Area Food Bank. With a rising number of North Texans struggling to make ends meet while trying to stay healthy, the food banks are experiencing a tremendous increase in demand for nutritious meals across the 26 counties they serve, often from those who’ve never needed help before. We know that good nutrition is essential to good health, and are so pleased that we could help facilitate these gifts. Click here to read the full announcement. On behalf of everyone at Medical City McKinney, thank you for the many ways you are supporting us and our community. We are humbled by the many gestures of appreciation and honored that we can give back to our community as well. To learn more about ways to help our community, we invite you to visit and share the How Can You Help? section on our website. With gratitude, Ernest C. Lynch, III, FACHE CEO, Medical City McKinney