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Rhiannon’s Kids

Rhiannon’s Kids Fund

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Rhiannon’s Kids provides financial support to Mammoth Hospital pediatric patients who have to travel out of the area for specialized medical care. 
To qualify, patients must first be approved by a Mammoth Hospital Pediatrician who deems their out-of-area care a necessity. Families can then access assistance by submitting completed reimbursement applications along with itemized receipts and proof of appointment(s). 

Rhiannon’s Kids is funded entirely by community donations and we aim to offer financial support to all pediatric patients in need.

Donate to Rhiannon’s Kids here or contact the Mammoth Hospital Foundation: Foundation@mammothhospital.com or 760-924-4128. 

Reimbursement Process

If your family has been approved for Rhiannon’s Kids funding by your Mammoth Hospital Pediatrician, please submit reimbursement applications within 60 days of your medical trip(s). 

Print application in English, Print application in Spanish, or pick up in the Pediatric Clinic.
You are required to provide proof of appointment and itemized receipts for lodging and food expenses. Gas is reimbursed at a flat rate based on the medical facility location.

Return completed forms and supporting documents to the Pediatric Clinic. You can drop off or mail to: Mammoth Hospital Pediatric Clinic, P.O. Box 660, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546.
Questions? Call (760) 924-4000.

Rhiannon’s Story

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Rhiannon Lynn Taylor was born at Mammoth Hospital in the fall of 2009. She was diagnosed at birth with a terminal genetic disorder, Trisomy 18 and transported to the neonatal intensive care unit at Renown Hospital in Reno. Rhiannon lived 138 days before dying from congestive heart failure, a complication of Trisomy 18.

The Taylor family began Rhiannon’s Kids fund after living through the challenges – emotionally, spiritually, and financially – that having a child with a chronic condition involves. They started the fund to honor the brief, but precious, life of their daughter Rhiannon and to help aid other families in similar circumstances.