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The Liberty Regional Memorial Garden is located on the front lawn of the hospital campus between Highway 196 (E.G. Miles Parkway) and the front parking area. It is open to the public. A brick walkway, easily accessible from the parking area, leads into the Memorial Garden where visitors can walk while remembering the many loved ones memorialized or honored within the garden.  Plans include the future phases of construction to enhance and enlarge the garden to accommodate the need for growth determined by the number of memorials purchased along the way. These future phases may include additional walkways and garden areas, a gazebo, additional seating (benches), etc. The initial phase of the Memorial Garden has been, and any future additions will be, funded by contributions designated for this purpose through the Liberty Regional Foundation.

The idea behind the Memorial Garden stemmed directly from the Liberty Regional H.O.P.E. Program.  The H.O.P.E. Program was established as part of the hospital's slate of special services to provide bereavement support for families in the loss of infants, as well as a means to provide education and support for hospital staff in dealing with such loss. (H.O.P.E. is an acronym for "Helping Others with Peaceful Endings".) However, the program has now already grown to also include Bereavement Support for the loss of not only infants but loved ones of all ages.

 The construction of the Liberty Regional Memorial Garden stemmed from our H.O.P.E. Program, beginning with a fundraiser that was held for this purpose by one of our community's past Leadership Liberty classes.  The Memorial Garden allows families to remember loved ones with a Memorial, such as an engraved brick for the walkway. a plant or shrub, a bench, or simply a donation to the Liberty Regional Foundation, in their memory or perhaps in honor of someone near and dear - relatives, friends, business associates, etc.  What a great way to honor and remember those special to us.


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