2008-05-02 / Business News

Peninsula Hospital Center Appreciates Volunteers

Volunteers who received their 15,000 hour pins are pictured with Robert V. Levine (far left) and Joel A. Miele, Sr. Volunteers pictured from left to right are Jack Schulman, Ann Andros, Jack Domfort and Joyce Silverman. Volunteers who received their 15,000 hour pins are pictured with Robert V. Levine (far left) and Joel A. Miele, Sr. Volunteers pictured from left to right are Jack Schulman, Ann Andros, Jack Domfort and Joyce Silverman. Peninsula Hospital Center celebrates National Volunteer Appreciation Week by hosting a special luncheon in honor of all the volunteers from the hospital and Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation (PCECR).

Volunteers are vital to the hospital's mission of serving others in need. By committing a few hours a week, volunteers help patients and their families, hospital staff, and members of the community. Peninsula Hospital Center offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for seniors, adults and teens. Teen volunteers can fulfill their community service obligation for high school, give back to their community, explore career possibilities and develop job skills. Volunteers play a key role in delivering quality health care; they assist the administrators, medical staff and employees, as well as serve hospital patients and residents of PCECR.

Arlene Mittler proudly accepted her 5,000 hour pin and took time out for a picture with Robert V. Levine and Joel A. Miele. Arlene Mittler proudly accepted her 5,000 hour pin and took time out for a picture with Robert V. Levine and Joel A. Miele. Volunteer positions available include clerical/office assistant, receptionist, gift shop staff, courier, greeter, patient visitor and adult day health care and recreational therapy assistant. For more information on becoming a volunteer, call the Volunteer office at 718-734-2507 or obtain an application at www.peninsulahospital.org.

Volunteers who received their 150 hour pins are (front row, l-r) Helen Cohen, Florence Elges, Betty O'Shea, Eve Stone and Veronica Flynn; (top row, l-r) Sylvia Tillman, John Ward, Anthony Clements, Mary Jane Dolan and Sam Brotman. The volunteers are pictured with President and Chief Executive Officer Robert V. Levine (far left) and PE, Chairman of the Board Joel A. Miele, Sr. Volunteers who received their 150 hour pins are (front row, l-r) Helen Cohen, Florence Elges, Betty O'Shea, Eve Stone and Veronica Flynn; (top row, l-r) Sylvia Tillman, John Ward, Anthony Clements, Mary Jane Dolan and Sam Brotman. The volunteers are pictured with President and Chief Executive Officer Robert V. Levine (far left) and PE, Chairman of the Board Joel A. Miele, Sr. 1,000 hour pins were presented to Ethel Sie, Rhoda Shapiro and Josephine Miele by Robert V. Levine (far left) and Joel A. Miele, Sr 1,000 hour pins were presented to Ethel Sie, Rhoda Shapiro and Josephine Miele by Robert V. Levine (far left) and Joel A. Miele, Sr

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