2013-04-09 21:26:04 - Hospital Staff Continues Efforts To Serve Army Reservist-Patients With Healthcare Services
On March 28 , 2013, officials from the 6250th United States Army Hospital, Joint Base Lewis-McChord (Washington) presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Twin Cities Community Hospital and its entire Family of Services Team for its recent support.
The 122-bed acute care hospital in Templeton has been working with the U.S. Army Reserve’s 91st Division and other units for the past three weeks to provide healthcare services to the large number of Army Reservists training at the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett in Jolon, CA – approximately 50 miles north of Paso Robles.
Katherine Simonson, COL, AN Commanding, commended the hospital for its services, saying, “Twin Cities Community Hospital made an outstanding contribution in support of the 6250th US Army
Hospital during the Warrior 91 13-01 Training Exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett. Their support and assistance contributed greatly to the overall success of our mission.”
In addition to the Certificate of Appreciation, Simonson bestowed Twin Cities Community Hospital Director of Imaging Services and Military Liaison Eleze Armstrong with a “Commander’s Coin” for her outstanding contribution to ensuring continuity and smooth, efficient access to care for not only the uniformed liaison officers, but for all of the patients from Hunter Liggett.
Twin Cities CEO Mark Lisa, who is a 20 year veteran of the United States Navy, thanked his hospital staff for their service to and support of the armed forces. “I am very proud to be able to show the several thousand Army Reservists from around the country the best possible civilian healthcare support during their time at Fort Hunter Liggett,” Lisa says. “At Twin Cities Community Hospital, we feel it is a duty and an honor to give back to those who are giving so much to our country.”
Twin Cities Community Hospital is working toward another large-scale training exercise in April 2013 and continues to demonstrate its ease of access, service and efficiency for the Army’s healthcare needs. The hospital has held multiple of rounds of tours for the officials and is also teaming up with Camp Roberts and National Guard officials to provide healthcare support to their soldiers.
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