Greenwich Hospital honors volunteers
Monday, April 18, 2016
Greenwich, CT – More than 160 volunteers from Fairfield, CT and Westchester, NY counties were honored at the annual Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary luncheon to recognize the women and men who provide more than 52,000 hours of service each year.
Norman G. Roth, Greenwich Hospital president, said the hospital owed its reputation for offering an exceptional patient experience, in part, to the dedication of its volunteers.
“We deeply appreciate your commitment and are privileged to call you part of the Greenwich Hospital family,” Roth told the audience gathered at the Greenwich Country Club on April 15.
Sally Lochner, Auxiliary president, and the Rev. Eddie Lopez, a spiritual care leader at the hospital, also thanked the volunteers for their commitment.
The Auxiliary includes 625 adult and youth volunteers. “We’re fortunate to have such dedicated volunteers,” said Stacey Green, director of volunteers.
Greenwich Hospital is a member of Yale New Haven Health. Greenwich is a 206-bed (includes 32 isolettes) community hospital serving lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. It is a academic affiliate of Yale School of Medicine. Since opening in 1903, Greenwich Hospital has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution representing all medical specialties and offering a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs. Greenwich Hospital is recognized throughout the healthcare industry as a leader in service and patient satisfaction excellence. Greenwich Hospital has the prestigious Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the nation’s highest honor of nursing excellence.
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