8/8/14 - Ed Roop, vice
president of Farmers and Miners Bank in Wise, Virginia, has been named chairman
of the combined board for Mountain View Regional Medical Center and Lonesome
8/9/14 - On Thursday, Aug. 14,
Dairy Queen will sponsor its annual Miracle Treat Day to benefit Children’s
Miracle Network Hospitals. Restaurants in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest
Virginia will donate to Children’s Miracle Network $1 or more from every
8/6/14 - Wellmont Health System is launching a new website specifically dedicated to its partnership exploration process.
The website, www.forwardwithvision.org, is one of a series of initiatives by the health system to provide information and receive ideas or questions about the search.
8/4/14 - Two innovative business leaders and a highly respected newspaper publisher, all of whom have left indelible footprints on the region, have been appointed as members of Wellmont Health System’s board of directors.
8/3/14 - John Chiles, a
retired trial lawyer who also conducted mediations, has been elected chairman
of Holston Valley Medical Center’s board of directors.
8/2/14 - John Vann, business
management consultant at The Summit Companies, has been elected chairman of Bristol
Regional Medical Center’s board of directors.
8/1/14 - No one knows exactly what happened to Mark Owens Memorial Day weekend in 2012, but one thing became clear after he was
airlifted to Holston Valley Medical Center – he would need multiple units of
blood for his lengthy recovery. That supply came from Marsh Regional Blood
Center, which serves 16 medical facilities in the region.
7/23/14 - Page McClanahan, an experienced family nurse
practitioner, is joining Wellmont
Medical Associates’ Johnson City
office. McClanahan brings 18 years of medical care to the office, which also
includes the practices of Dr.
Rita Plemmons, a medical doctor, and Aimee Hurd, another family nurse
7/23/14 - Blood donations are especially important in the summer
because activities during this season tend to carry a risk for injury. Donors
with an O-negative blood type are particularly welcome, as their blood can be
used for any patient.
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