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Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital Receives Clay County Chamber Of Commerce Community Engagement Award

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
(Front, left to right) Mark Kimball, Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital (EWCH) CEO; Pam Roman, Clay County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. (Back, left to right) Russ Paine, EWCH Human Resources Manager/Safety Officer; Wesley Phillips, EWCH Plant Operations Supervisor; Richelle Phillips, EWCH Performance Excellence Coordinator.
(Front, left to right) Mark Kimball, Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital (EWCH) CEO; Pam Roman, Clay County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. (Back, left to right) Russ Paine, EWCH Human Resources Manager/Safety Officer; Wesley Phillips, EWCH Plant Operations Supervisor; Richelle Phillips, EWCH Performance Excellence Coordinator.

The Clay County Chamber of Commerce presented Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital with the “Community Engagement Award” on Saturday, Jan. 19, in recognition for its investment in the western North Carolina community. 

 

“We are honored to receive this award from the Clay County Chamber of Commerce,” said Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital CEO Mark Kimball.

“It has been exciting to see the impact that Erlanger has made within the community thus far, and we look forward to watching that develop even more.”

 

Clay County Chamber of Commerce officials expressed their appreciation for the hospital.

 

“Erlanger has acknowledged and met a need in our community by acquiring the local hospital,” said Chamber Executive Director Pam Roman. “It’s great that Erlanger is helping to enhance health care standards for the residents of this area.”


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