Gift Shop Hours

Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Gift Shop

Visit the Owl's Perch Gift Shop for a all your gift giving needs including collections of jewelry, Jim Shore figurines, Webkinz, stuffed animals, glassware and much more!


Since its inception, the Eaton Rapids Medical Center Auxiliary has continued to provide volunteers and financial support to the hospital. Together, Eaton Rapids Medical Center and Auxiliary work hand-in-hand to improve healthcare for residents of the greater Eaton Rapids Area.

The men and women of the Auxiliary work on various fundraising events such as the annual Fall Gala Dinner and Auction as well as the Tree of Love Ornament Sale. The Auxiliary also operates the Owl's Perch Gift Shop, located in the main lobby of the medical center. Funds raised are used for facility improvements and equipment purchases exclusively at Eaton Rapids Medical Center.

The Auxiliary holds four general membership meetings each year featuring informative speakers covering a variety of topics. Our members have diverse backgrounds, ranging from working professionals to retirees. Membership dues are $10.00 per year for those that donate 30 or more service hours annually.

Applications for membership are available in the hospital lobby, the Owl's Perch Gift Shop
or you may call (517) 663-9510.

Purse Bingo

The third annual Purse Bingo was held on May 7, 2015 at St. Peters Catholic Church Hall. Participants had the chance to win 20 different purses that each had a minimum value of $40. Many fabulous prizes were given away during the event as well. This event raised nearly $5,000, more than half the cost of the new bladder scanner the Auxiliary is purchasing for the hospital.

Fall Gala Dinner & Silent Auction

The Eaton Rapids Medical Center Auxiliary held the eighth annual Fall Gala Dinner & Silent auction at The English Inn's Medovue Hall on October 23, 2015. Three Men and a Tenor, a local a cappella group, was invited back by popular demand. Area merchants and individuals donated 70 items to the silent auction, including hand-crafted furniture, holiday decorations, power tools, jewelry, golf packages and dinner gift certificates. The event raised nearly $10,500 for a new medication administration system for ERMC.