Columbus Community Hospital Celebrates our Dedicated Auxiliary Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
This week we celebrate and recognize the selfless dedication our volunteers have shown our hospital and the entire Columbus region.
Our auxiliary volunteers have donated over 3,500 volunteer hours since May 2022, and have collectively volunteered nearly 240,000 hours at Columbus Community Hospital since 1980.
Top row, left to right: Debra Cummings, Yolanda Gonzales, Annie Munsch, Mary Labay, Neva Lou Hubenak, Glenda Lambert, Pat Reck, Charleen Kallus, Marilyn Baumbach, Barbara Allen. Bottom row, left to right: Sandy Jones; Lois Shilling, Roberta Tait, Gloria Ilse.
Volunteers like this are an important part of our team caring for all of us.
By Steven Carr|2023-04-19T18:52:45+00:00April 19th, 2023|Recognition, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Columbus Community Hospital Celebrates our Dedicated Auxiliary Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
Columbus Community Hospital is proud to serve the Columbus community and the broader region. As rural hospitals struggle, Columbus Community Hospital continues to grow and provide high-quality services patients can trust.
The National Rural Health Association has named CCH a Top 100 Rural and Community Hospital in the country. In 2021, NRHA named CCH a Top 20 Rural and Community Hospital.