JSMC recognizes long-time volunteers
Jennie Stuart Medical Center recognizes Helen Bradley as its longest serving volunteer, with 37 years of service. Posing with her are Eric Lee, president & CEO (left), and Wayne Clark, volunteer leader.
April 17, 2012
HOPKINSVILLE—As part of National Volunteer Week, Jennie Stuart Medical Center has commended one dozen volunteers for service milestones:
- For 20 years of service, Dorothy Cook, Tula Harper, Pat Holmes, Rebecca Noel and Virginia Ogg.
- For 15 years of service, Robert Roach.
- For 10 years of service, Robert Boyd, Wayne Clark and Holland Garnett.
- For five years of service, Betty Pyle, Luko Sato and Gerald Smith.
JSMC also cited several volunteers with more than 20 years of service, including Sarah Lewis, 33 years; Marie Meece, 27 years; Jane Wright, 24 years; and Mary Ancil and Marjorie Means, 22 years.
The hospital gave special recognition to the longest-serving volunteer, Helen Bradley, for 37 years of continuous service. About 50 of JSMC’s 82 volunteers attended a luncheon yesterday in their honor.
Volunteers greet patients in the Emergency Department, transport and escort patients within the hospital, deliver flowers and mail, staff the gift shop and perform other duties. Volunteers range in age from 30 and up. For more information about joining the JSMC volunteer group, call (800) 877-JSMC, ext. 1287.
JSMC is a private, not-for-profit health organization that includes an acute-care medical center; free-standing medical imaging, outpatient surgery, laboratory, and rehabilitation services; and an integrated physician network. Read more online at www.jsmc.org.