Pardee Cafeteria renovation is ready to begin.
Effective Friday, October 29, the beginning phases of the Cafeteria Renovation will begin. Please note the upcoming schedule affecting food service within the hospital campus.
October 29 – The cafeteria will close at 2 p.m. after lunch to begin movement of the food service equipment to the interim cafeteria service area.
October 30 & 31 – The temporary cafeteria will be closed for service. The Garden Café will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. both days for breakfast, lunch & dinner.
November 1 – The interim cafeteria will open at 6:30 a.m. for breakfast in the current Education Classroom located on the ground floor (please look for directional signage). The Garden Café will be open for normal business hours 8:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Grab-n-Go sandwiches will be prepared and available for quick pickup service. We also encourage customers to use the call-in menu line to order ahead. (696-1178)
Thank you for your patience during this time of renovation.
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Featured speaker, Jackie Pflug, for the Pardee Hospital Foundation's Women Helping Women events shared her life lessons after surviving an airplane hijacking and cancer. If you missed her article in Times-News on Saturday, click here to read it online.
Pardee Hospital Foundation hosted its 13th Annual Women Helping Women Luncheon on October 22 at Kenmure Country Club. Guests were there to unite for one cause – to help women in our community with their healthcare needs. Attendees came together to celebrate survivorship and to see how their collaborative gifts touch so many lives. The previous evening, on October 21, guests enjoyed the beautiful garden setting at Mélange Inn for the Meet the Speaker Dinner. Over $1.4 million has been raised since 1998 and has made a direct impact on Pardee Hospital by providing much needed equipment, facilities and services for women. The Women Helping Women program provides financial assistance to uninsured women with their healthcare needs at Pardee Hospital in regards to breast and other cancers, heart disease, osteoporosis, and other critical women’s health needs. These funds have touched the lives of over 900 women in need in our community. Thank you to the 80 sponsors and numerous supporters of our 2010 Women Helping Women events. Because of your generosity nearly $125,000 was raised to perpetuate the Women Helping Women program that makes a difference in the lives of women in need in Henderson County. Photos from the luncheon at Kenmure Country Club are below. Stay tuned for more photos to come from the dinner at Mélange Inn. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]