Recently, the residents of Carolina Village got an ear-ful! A reception was hosted by RE and Rhoda Harmon, the guests were residents and friends from the community, and the topic was Pardee Hospital. The speaker was none other than the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Robert T. Kiskaddon, who has a flare for sharing his Scottish heritage. He educated the guests on all things quality, which Pardee and its patients value. Tell us when you have experienced quality in healthcare. We want to know!
The Pardee Hospital Foundation's Heritage Society consists of donors who have made cumulative lifetime gifts of $250,000 or more. The donors have been honored and recognized with their names on display at Pardee Hospital in the hallway of the main lobby just outside the gift shop. Below is a photo of the display. We are thankful for the generosity of these loyal donors.
The legacy of giving at Pardee Hospital began with an initial gift of $100,000 from the Ivor Pardee family. We continue that legacy of giving through the Heritage Society of Pardee Hospital Foundation.
To see a listing of Pardee Hospital Heritage Society members, click here.
For more information about Pardee Hospital Foundation, click here, or call (828) 696-4666.
A grand surprise was given to Myra Grant on Friday, Jan. 21. Unbeknownst to her, a small reception was planned in her honor to celebrate both her 15thanniversary at Pardee and the 15thanniversary of the Foundation. Myra has been the one and only Executive Director of our Foundation, leading the way for volunteers and the community to raise over $25 million for projects, services and facilities at Pardee Hospital. A special cake with the Foundation’s anniversary logo was shared with employees, friends and former board members who came to celebrate the day. An original of a special commissioned pen and ink drawing by Carolyn Serrano from 1994 was presented to Myra as commemoration of her years of service to Pardee. Congratulations to Myra and the Foundation on their 15th anniversary!
The Pardee Hospital Foundation recently announced its new board members and officers for 2011.
New members joining the Foundation Board for a multi-year term include: Stephanie Bailey, mortgage loan officer with RBC Bank; Greg Burnette, area executive with First Citizens Bank; Rich Cooke, realtor at Keller Williams and Laurel Park Mayor Pro-Tem; Kellie Kanipe, with Carland and Anderson; Sharon Koffman, community volunteer; and Ross Sloan, vice president with Carolina First Bank.
“Our staff is looking forward to working with our Foundation Board of Directors for 2011,” said Debbie Patrick, director of development and donor relations for the Pardee Hospital Foundation. “The incoming members all bring strong skill sets to our organization.”
Officers for 2011 are Lynn Matykiewicz, president; Ryan Harman, vice president of development; Jane Swafford, vice president of board development; James Wert, secretary; and Michael Wollinger, treasurer.
Departing from service on the Foundation Board at the end of 2010 are Todd Webb, Jack Davis, Bill Gold, Greg Gibson and Kris Hoce, CEO.