Community Support

COVID-19 Response Fund

The Hurley Foundation opened a COVID-19 Response Fund to be used by Hurley Medical Center to off-set the extraordinary expenses that incurred in the fight against the virus. This includes support for staffing, supplies, equipment, and operations necessary during these times.

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Our Purpose

The Hurley Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization launched in 1993 that raises awareness of the many ways Hurley Medical Center and Hurley Children’s Hospital strives to transform healthcare through academic and clinical excellence. By recruiting volunteers and engaging community support, the Foundation expands access to innovative care while promoting health and wellness. Each gift we receive brings us closer to our vision of securing a healthier future for every child, adult and senior citizen in our region.

Create Miracles

Miracles happen at Hurley

Hadlee from Durand, MI won her battle with cancer. Her mom's dreams for Hadlee's future can now come true!

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Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Hurley Foundation when you use this link or select the Foundation as your charitable organization. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know and love. Same products, same prices, same service. The only thing different is now you are also supporting a great cause.

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Discovery History

Our story

Founded in 1908, Hurley Medical Center originated with a bequest of land and $55,000 from James J. Hurley to the City of Flint to build a hospital for all citizens, “regardless of their ability to pay.” Hurley Medical Center receives no city tax dollars and is entirely self-supporting.

The Hurley Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization, was incorporated in 1993. Our primary purpose is to operate for the advancement of medical sciences, education, medical care, and the delivery thereof, for the benefit of the residents of the greater metropolitan Flint area and for the distribution of its funds to such institutions created, operated and maintained to provide such services by the governing body of the City of Flint.

As Flint’s only public hospital, Hurley Medical Center helps to fulfill the primary purpose of the Hurley Foundation. In doing so, Hurley Medical Center currently provides over 66% of this community’s uncompensated health care to citizens with little or no health insurance, at an annual cost of $80 million. Hurley Medical Center receives no city tax dollars and is entirely self-supporting.

Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® (CMN Hospitals)

CMN Hospitals raises funds and awareness for 170 member hospitals across the U.S. and Canada. Hospitals must be invited in order to belong to the CMN Hospitals' network. Hurley Children's Hospital was invited in 1990 because we offer the most outstanding pediatric care in our region and we do it regardless of the family's ability to pay.

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We save children’s lives and we give families hope

For Genesee, Lapeer and Shiawassee Counties, Hurley Children’s Hospital offers the ONLY:

  • Pediatric Level II Trauma Center
  • Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for premature or critically ill babies
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Burn Unit

Hurley helps kids with cancer, birth defects, accident trauma, asthma, diabetes, sickle cell disease and almost any other health issue you can imagine. We raise money from corporate partners and local donors to purchase life-saving equipment and provide services like our Child Life Program that make such a difference to young patients and their families.

Hurley Children’s Hospital’s pediatric services extend to 15 counties…as far north as Alpena…Mt. Pleasant on the west…counties in the Thumb…and all of Genesee and Shiawassee Counties.

At Hurley Children’s Hospital, we continue to live out the CMN Hospitals’ mission statement every day: “We save children’s lives and we give families hope.”