Military Affairs Committee recognizes two JSMC employees, hospital
HOPKINSVILLE—The Hopkinsville-Oak Grove-Christian County Military Affairs Committee (MAC) has presented its 2011 Eagle Beaver Award to Lela Hale, Health Information Management department, Jennie Stuart Medical Center (JSMC). Hale earned the award for assisting with the Back Home Buddy program for troops returning to Fort Campbell over the past year.
At its annual Eagle Ambassador Breakfast on November 17, MAC also named David Jones, director, Environmental Service, JSMC, outstanding volunteer of the year. In addition, Jones received a commission to the Kentucky Colonels Association, the highest honor bestowed by the governor.
The committee also recognized JSMC for sponsoring Operation Left Turn that encourages those at Fort Campbell to travel north when leaving the base for shopping, medical care and other services.
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.
|Lela Hale (center) receives the Eagle Beaver Award from Major Gen. James McConville, Commander, 101st Airborne Div.; and Mark Stevens, MAC chair.||David Jones, MAC Outstanding Volunteer of the Year (center), poses with Gen. McConville.||Stevens presents an Operation Left Turn sponsorship certificate to Eric Lee, JSMC president & CEO.|