Source: The News-Enterprise
In celebration of the opening of its Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the connections many throughout the region have to the hospital, Hardin Memorial Health is inviting members of the community who were born there to take part in a Born at HMH initiative.
Born at HMH launched Wednesday with a social media campaign that features photos of residents holding signs that read #BornatHMH. Other community members are encouraged to post their own photos to social media with #BornatHMH.
HMH is seeking photos of employees at various businesses and organizations, groups of friends or even multi-generational family photos that feature people who were born at the hospital.
“This is an exciting time for the entire health care system, and we want the community to share in that excitement,” HMH President and CEO Dennis Johnson said in a news release. “The Born at HMH initiative is a way to highlight community connections and reinforce the concept that our patients are part of the HMH family.”
The best photos will be shared through HMH social media and used in a variety of ways throughout the initiative.
Some of the first images feature HMH Board of Trustee member Dwight Morgan and Hardin County Schools Superintendent Nannette Johnston, who were born at HMH.
While not required, the Born at HMH project sign can be downloaded at www.hmh.net.