The North Arkansas Medical Foundation has been awarded the 2017 Diamond Award by the Arkansas Hospital Association. The honor was earned in the Foundation category for the “Every Gift Is A Treasure” event.
The award was presented during the Arkansas Hospital Association’s 87th Annual Awards Dinner, which was held in Little Rock on October 5. Kim Rosson, North Arkansas Medical Foundation Executive Director, planned the event and was present to receive the award. Only one entry per category and hospital size is selected for the highest honor of the Diamond Award.
“Congratulations on a superb job of marketing talent in demonstrating what special services North Arkansas Regional Medical Center has to offer the citizens of Arkansas,” noted Lyndsey Dumas, Vice President of Education, in the award letter.
Rosson said, “We want to be a Foundation that people can trust and know that their dollars make a difference in the lives of our patients. The award is a wonderful honor for our Foundation.”
The North Arkansas Medical Foundation, which is the fundraising division of NARMC, is guided by 13 Board members, seven of whom also serve on NARMC’s Board of Directors. Located in Harrison, Arkansas, NARMC is a 174-bed hospital and medical system with a team of 850+ dedicated healthcare professionals. The medical center is committed to providing the best in care, close to home for residents of Boone, Marion, Newton, Searcy and Carroll counties.
Photo caption: Pictured left to right are ASHMPR President Brooke Pryor, NAMF Director Kim Rosson, NARMC President Vince Leist and AHA President Bo Ryall.