The Villages Voice - December 2019

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TVRH - Auxiliary Foundation/Grateful Patient Program

by Auxiliary Foundation

The Villages Regional Hospital - Auxiliary Foundation

Turn your appreciation into action today! Behind every recovery and life saved at The Villages® Regional Hospital is someone who made it happen.  No matter how technologically advanced medicine becomes, the health touch and caring manner of the person attending to the patients is truly the heart of healthcare. When it comes to the hospital, residents deserve the best possible care.  The highly trained professionals rely on state-of-the-art equipment combined with excellent service to deliver that care.  The Villages® Regional Hospital (TVRH) Auxiliary Foundation is dedicated to supporting the hospital with gifts dedicated to providing staff training and making the infrastructure improvements you deserve.  In 2018, TVRH Auxiliary Foundation established a Grateful Patient Program.  The program is a beautiful way to recognize those who have cared for you or a loved one.  Each day, staff members receive thank you’s from patients . . . a smile, a handshake, a hug or simple words that fill their hearts.  These special thank you’s often translate into charitable gifts that help create a legacy of continual quality care. Bob Griffin was personally touched by the care provided by the hospital when his wife, Charlene “Charley”, was a patient in 2012 to 2014.  Thanks to the wonderful care Charley received, Bob decided to become involved with the hospital through contributing to TVRH Auxiliary Foundation.  “It’s a personal choice to contribute to an organization.  I believe The Villages® Regional Hospital brings great value to our community and with its continual growth is able to provide the best quality of care and services in this region,” says Bob. If you are grateful for the care you or your family have received or would like to honor a loved one or friend whom we’ve cared for, we invite you to turn your appreciation into action by making a gift.  You may wish to honor a doctor, nurse, volunteer or other hospital services member. Your gift allows us to obtain superior technology and training for our professionals.  It is the edge that makes a difference.  For more information about TVRH Auxiliary Foundation or the Grateful Patient Program, please contact the Foundation office at 352-751-8871.