NATIONAL HEALTHCARE VOLUNTEER WEEK, April 10 – 16, 2016
Three Rivers Medical Center is pleased to recognize the dedicated volunteers for their services and contributions to the hospital’s healthcare team in celebration of National Healthcare Volunteer Week, announced Chief Executive Officer Greg A. Kiser, MHA.
“Our volunteers are a special group of people who work with us and are always there to serve the hospital in the spirit of compassion and commitment. They provide warmth and care, perform many skills to help others, run the gift shop, assist our employees with special projects and visit our patients to render a kind deed,” says Kiser
“TRMC’s volunteers often go the extra mile and do the little things that go unnoticed. Volunteers are an integral part of the healthcare team and are greatly appreciated for their time, commitment and the spirit of volunteerism for the hospital, stated Kiser.”
This special recognition week in April as a salute to volunteers is celebrated to promote the public awareness of volunteerism and extend thanks to the dedicated individuals who offer their skills and talents in touching so many lives with so many ways at Three Rivers Medical Center.
Three Rivers Medical Center is proud to salute the dedicated individuals of the community who volunteer and make a difference in serving others for the good of Three Rivers Medical Center. The following individuals of the community are serving as volunteers for the hospital: Bob Armstrong, Joe Arnett, Beth Bradley, Dean Bradley, Pamela Branham, Janie Campbell, Aileen Compton, Jan Crum, Emily Davis, Debbie Fitch, Elaine Frazier, Kathy Guss, Linda Hammond, Debbie Hill, Sandy Jobe, Gloria Johnson, Nadine Little, Jo Ann Marcum, Martha Meek, Loretha Muncy, Rita Pigg, Shirley Quesenberry, Toby Roberts, Robbie See and Debbie Thompson.