State Auxiliary Presidents meet at NARMC

February 28, 2020

 

Fourteen Auxiliary leaders from hospitals across the state gathered at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) recently. Leaders from Mercy Hospital in Berryville, Northwest Medical Center in Springdale and Siloam Springs, Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville and Mercy Hospital in Northwest, AR joined NARMC Auxiliary leaders for the meeting. 

 

"This meeting is important to NARMC since we have two Auxiliary members who currently hold district roles including, District Chair and District Treasurer, and there is an opportunity to have an incoming representative on the board," NARMC Volunteer Services Manager Robby Scucchi said. "It was our honor to host this group of giving individuals."

 

Auxiliary presidents from around the state meet annually in order to meet the nominees for District Office as well as to go over all of the AHAA forms and changes.

 

NARMC President and CEO Vince Leist spoke to the group about the important role each auxiliary play in their respective hospitals. He thanked them for their commitment to their communities. 

 

About NARMC Auxiliary-

North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) Auxiliary currently has 152 members and 18 Hospice of the Hills volunteers. From April 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020, more than 31,825 hours of service has been donated to the hospital and Hospice of the Hills. Since 2019, the NARMC Auxiliary has donated more than $104,247.80 to support the services of the hospital. The NARMC Auxiliary raises funds for NARMC through the Auxiliary Thrift Store and the Nightingale Gift Shop. The NARMC Auxiliary was formed in 1960 and donates an average of 39,486 hours to NARMC each year. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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