Annual UR Medicine / Noyes Health “Honor Wall” Recognizes Military Service of Staff and their Family Members
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Photograph Exhibit opens in the Noyes Memorial Hospital Lobby and at Noyes Health Services in Geneseo on Tuesday, November 1
To recognize and thank our employees, volunteers and their family members currently serving or retired from active military service, UR Medicine / Noyes Health will exhibit the “Honor Wall,” a collection of their photographs, at Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville and at Noyes Health Services in Geneseo.
UR Medicine / Noyes Health Information Systems Assistant Brenda Hoag started the Honor Wall project last year. “I thought it was a nice way for us to demonstrate our appreciation for everything our veterans have done for us,” says Hoag, “and, in particular, to thank our colleagues for their service.” Hoag’s goal was to collect at least 100 photos of veterans and/or those on active duty or in the reserves – either current Noyes Health employees or their family members. So far, she has collected 115 with additional photos coming in daily.
UR Medicine / Noyes Health invites the community to a reception to inaugurate this year’s Honor Wall on Tuesday, November 1 at 1 p.m. Guests of honor will include board members and employees in active service or retired from service including Jason Allen, Mark Anderson, Mike Barnett, Richard Brooks, Donald Collins, Lindsay Fitzpatrick, Graham Frazer, Dan Guy, Dean Hackman, Mike Johnsen, Chad Miles, John Sykes, Shelly Trim and Paul Van Durden.
The Honor Wall will remain up throughout the month of November at both locations.
UR Medicine / Noyes Health is a diverse and comprehensive healthcare system which includes the 67-bed Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital and the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center in Dansville, New York, Noyes Health Services in Geneseo, New York, Noyes Kidney and Dialysis Center in Geneseo and Noyes Mental Health Services in Dansville. Noyes Health is accredited by the Joint Commission and serves all of Livingston County and parts of Steuben, Allegany and Ontario Counties. Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital is a community hospital and the only Emergency Department in Livingston County, located off Interstate 390, Exit 4. For more information about Noyes Health visit our website at www.noyes-health.org.
For more information visit www.noyes-health.org, the Noyes Health Facebook Page or contact Mary Sue Dehn, Director of PR/Foundation, email@example.com or 585-335-4323.