Source: The News-Enterprise
HMH AUXILIARY. Volunteers not only touch the lives of patients and visitors at Hardin Memorial Hospital, many of the employees comment on how they are an essential part of the team.
Ruth Ellen Stanley, 90, has dedicated 50 years as a volunteer to the Hardin Memorial Auxiliary. That is a tremendous amount of free labor and untold amount of love and caring.
Through the years, the volunteer program has continued to grow and find new ways to serve. Today, the program is made up of about 125 volunteers, ranging in age from 50 to 90, who serve in the gift shop, waiting room, emergency room, information desks, ultrasound, mammography and other areas of HMH.
While health care might look different in another 50 years, patients, visitors and employees at HMH can have confidence in this legacy of service established by willing servants such as Mrs. Stanley.