Retired neurosurgeon makes $5M donation to Montana hospital: 4 things to know

Written by Laura Dyrda | November 07, 2018 | Print  |

John Moseley, MD, a retired neurosurgeon, in partnership with his wife, who is a retired nurse, gave a multi-million dollar gift to Billings, Mont.-based St. Vincent Healthcare, according to KPVI.


Here are four things to know:

1. Dr. Moseley and his wife donated $5 million to support St. Vincent Healthcare Neurosciences Center.

2. The hospital will use the donation to recruit "pioneering" neurosurgeons, according to the report.

3. Dr. Moseley previously practiced at St. Vincent, beginning in 1993, and brought deep brain stimulation to the state. He was inspired to become a neurosurgeon after witnessing his grandmother struggle with Parkinson's Disease.

4. Dr. Moseley and his wife gave the health system's foundation $1 million last December to support a spiritual care program.

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