Washington County Memorial Hospital – Foundation Installs Honor Trees To Recognize Local Supporters
The Washington County Memorial Hospital Foundation has established a beautiful way to recognize supporters of the Foundation and the hospital.
There are two trees, one on either side of the front desk in the hospital’s main lobby. Mr. Dave Gray crafted beautiful solid wood bases for each tree trunk and installed the beautiful leaf sets that create a focal point for all to enjoy.
Thank you to Dave Gray for installing the beautiful Trees of Honor/Memorial in the hospital front lobby.
The Washington County Memorial Hospital Foundation envisions these trees as a way for our community to recognize, honor, and memorialize loved ones. There are three types of leaves available for engraving, Gold - $250, Silver - $100, and Bronze - $50.
The WCMH Foundation’s mission is to support the health and well being for Washington County through capital equipment needs of the hospital and continuing education for staff. The WCMH Foundation is proud to have been a key contributor for new patient room TVs, handicap accessible door openers, 64 Slice CT scanner, furnishing a comfortable and welcoming mammography area, iPads for Facetime visits, and annual skills day training.
The WCMH Foundation looks forward to be able to continue to bring gold standard medical equipment to our community and appreciates your help in supporting our cause.
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