Both of Tiffany Butler's parents had had heart problems. Still, she was surprised that she had a heart attack at the age of 32. Doctors found that she had a complex blockage in her artery, but with the help and hard work of David Daniels', M.D., staff, Butler was able to have PCI surgery. Today, Butler says she feels wonderful and like she has a second chance at life.
Michael Lee's hip pain was keeping him off the golf course, until he found the Mills-Peninsula Advanced Joint Care program.
The Rueffs have planted many generous "seeds," including their recent $1 million gift to Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation.
In naming Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation as a beneficiary of her estate, Teresa McIntosh shows the impact the generosity of one person can make.
PAMF Chaplain Rev. Charlotte Bear visits palliative care patients in their homes.
Zelda Levin is a generous philanthropist, who has supported the Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation for more than 30 years.