Robert and Sharon Reed
Eskenazi Health relies on the support of individuals in the Indianapolis community. Robert and Sharon Reed have shown their commitment to Indianapolis through their work, volunteer efforts and continued support of Eskenazi Health.
Robert is the president of RCR Technology Corporation, an innovative technology consulting firm founded in 1997. Sharon serves as director of administration at RCR and is part of the executive leadership team. Together they have contributed over $200,000 to Eskenazi Health to support construction of the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health campus, the Sandra Eskenazi Center for Brain Care Innovation and much more. The Sandra Eskenazi Center is the first of its kind in the United States and combines pioneering research with clinical care to promote brain health.
In addition to her leadership and philanthropic roles at various institutions in Indianapolis, Sharon sits on the Advisory Board for the Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health, which provides life-changing internships, professional development and resources to college students with physical disabilities. She is a former member of the Eskenazi Health Foundation Board of Directors.
Support from community leaders like Robert and Sharon Reed enables Eskenazi Heath to fulfill its mission to provide innovative, patient-centered care to the people of Indianapolis. In honor of their gifts, the Robert and Sharon Reed Training Center is named for them. It is located on the fourth floor of the Fifth Third Bank Building and the “RCR Technology Waiting Room” is located in the Eskenazi Health Center clinic on the second floor of the Sandra Eskenazi Outpatient Care Center on the main Eskenazi Health campus. Support from community leaders like Robert and Sharon Reed enable Eskenazi Heath to fulfill its mission and provide innovative, patient-centered care to the people on Indianapolis.