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Stewart Memorial receives award

December 8, 2012
Messenger News
Stewart Memorial Community Hospital was named Iowa Rural Health Champion on National Rural Health Day, Nov. 15 by the Iowa Rural Health Association.
IRHA is a nonprofit membership organization of individuals and organizations dedicated to ensuring optimal health for all Iowans, particularly those in rural areas. As the voice for rural health in the state, the IRHA brings attention to the issues that affect rural health providers and helps address those issues by providing educational opportunities, facilitating information sharing, and engaging in advocacy activities.
SMCH employees were presented a certificate naming Stewart Memorial Community Hospital an Iowa Rural Health Champion, along with a bouquet of flowers and cakes from the Iowa Rural Health Association. Pictured from left are Sherry Lampe, Jeanette Sargent, Holly Espenhover, Jim Henkenius, Jennifer Brockman, Kathy Collins, Susan Brown of the Iowa Department of Public Health, Leah Glasgo, Mary Ludwig, Sarah Cottington of Telligen Iowa REC, and Bill Albright.


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