HCMC Partners Donate to Local Groups from Service Week Project

CUTLINE – HCMC raised funds during September’s Service Week for Tomorrow’s Hope and the American Red Cross.  Each year the Service Week committee selects a Service Project to dedicate funds.  Pictured is HCMC CEO Lisa Casteel and Service Week committee members.

Paris, TN – Two local charities are getting a financial boost ahead of the Holiday season thanks to the generosity of many of the partners at Henry County Medical Center during September’s Service Week.  Each year, HCMC selects a project during our Service Week to support and give back to our community and region.

This year, over $1,100 was raised through t-shirt sales, jeans days, and donations during the hospital’s annual Service Week when it recognizes HCMC employees’ years of service. This amount was split between Tomorrow’s Hope as well as the American Red Cross for the Waverly Disaster in support of our neighbors.

On Tuesday, HCMC CEO Lisa Casteel and others from the Service Week committee gathered to present donation checks to the American Red Cross and Tomorrow’s Hope.

HCMC is dedicated to serving our region and would love to have those interested in a career in healthcare to learn more about our career opportunities at www.hcmc-tn.org/careers.

About Henry County Healthcare Center
Henry County Healthcare Center is a 136-bed facility providing skilled and intermediate care with an emphasis on rehabilitation services through the Plumley Rehabilitation Center located at 239 Hospital Circle in Paris. We offer a wide range of services to our residents and patients including a fine dining program, wireless internet throughout the building as well as computers in the lobby for activities. Our patient-focused staff offers outcome-based treatment, interdisciplinary conferencing and family involvement. Our primary goal is to ensure maximum independence and quality of life for each individual. For more information go to www.hcmc-tn.org.