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Trigg County Hospital Foundation

Caring today for tomorrow


Trigg County Hospital Foundation exists to assist, strengthen and support Trigg County Hospital by actively developing philanthropic resources that will aid the hospital in its mission of providing for the health care needs of our community.


Trigg County Hospital Foundation, incorporated in 2007, is a private non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Trigg County Hospital (TCH) by enhancing high quality health care services for Trigg County and the surrounding community. The Trigg County Hospital Foundation will support the staff and services of TCH through volunteer work, activities, fundraising, and outreach programs.


All of your donations to the Trigg county Hospital Foundation are tax exempt. Donations of all types; individuals, corporations, agencies, and private foundations can give to the Trigg County Hospital Foundation. You can designate charitable intentions now and into the future.


Gifts of all sizes allow Trigg County Hospital Foundation to assist our patients, the Hospital, and the community. Your gifts, regardless of size, truly make a difference in the health of our region. Gifts may be made by cash/check, credit card, stock, securities, and property or through planned giving.

Please make checks payable to:

Trigg County Hospital Foundation
254 Main Street
P.O. Box 312
Cadiz, KY 42211

Contact us at:

(270) 522-3215


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Trigg County Hospital is a 25-bed critical access facility located near beautiful Lake Barkley and scenic Land Between the Lakes. The hospital opened its doors to the citizens and visitors of Trigg County and the surrounding area on April 22nd, 1952. That day, Former Kentucky Governor, Lawrence Wetherby, made a statement which still very much describes Trigg County Hospital to this day: "There are larger hospitals in the world, but none more efficient or beautiful."