You Can Be a Hometown Hero! Click Here to Support the Annual Fund Drive
It’s commonly known that renovation projects can have a domino effect. You know how it goes: put up a new coat of paint and it makes the carpet look shabby. Or you replace the curtains and the furniture suddenly looks pretty worn. Not surprisingly, that situation can happen anywhere. Even at your community hospital!
Recently, with a generous gift from the late Katherine Church of Andover, Jones Memorial Hospital renovated the nurses’ station on the second floor. The results are so warm and beautiful – with wood laminate counters and flooring – that plans are underway to expand the project and renovate the patient rooms on the second floor. This project is the focus of the 2012 Annual Fund Drive.
"We will be updating and renovating 12 inpatient rooms on the second floor,” explained Donna Bliven, VP of Patient Care Services at Jones. In addition to new paint, privacy curtains, window treatments and bedding, each room will be outfitted with new flat screen televisions and new furniture including table and chairs, bedside stands, over bed tables and wall cabinets.
The nature of this particular project presents unique giving and recognition opportunities, according to Community Relations Director Judy Burt. "For a gift of $6,000 or more, you can fund the complete renovation of a room," she said. "To thank our generous donors, those who give at this level will be acknowledged with a beautiful plaque outside of the room." Friends and family can also dedicate a room to a loved one by combining their gifts.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Judy at 585.596.4050 or by email.
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