2009-09-18 / Community

PHC Cuts Ribbon On ACIC Unit

CUTLINE: (L-R) Robin Blackwell, RN, vice president of Nursing; Sheila Schwartz, president, Auxiliary; Sally Imperato; Rosemarie Zapata, RN; Robert V. Levine; and Peggy DeMatteis. CUTLINE: (L-R) Robin Blackwell, RN, vice president of Nursing; Sheila Schwartz, president, Auxiliary; Sally Imperato; Rosemarie Zapata, RN; Robert V. Levine; and Peggy DeMatteis. On Tuesday, September 8, 2009, members of the Peninsula Hospital Center's Auxiliary proudly gathered to cut the ribbon for the newly refurbished and remodeled Ambulatory Chemotherapy Infusion Center. "The new environment and atmosphere here is wonderful," commented Rosemarie Zapata, RN, Ambulatory Chemotherapy nurse. "Our patients certainly notice the difference and are so much more comfortable here now." Robert V. Levine, president and Chief Executive Officer, offered his praise and his thanks to the entire group by saying, "We appreciate the special and generous efforts of our outstanding Auxiliary in improving our Hospital Center environment. In fact, because the Auxiliary's raffle tickets were sold throughout the community, this worthwhile project actually represents the work of the community as well. This really was a collaborative effort!" The two project leaders, Sally Imperato and Peggy DeMatteis, held the ribbon as Levine did the ribbon cutting honors. The dedication plaque reads as follows: The renovation and refurbishing of the Ambulatory Chemotherapy Infusion Center was made possible through funds raised by Peninsula Hospital Center's Auxiliary. This Center is dedicated to the many who here, will find friendship, strength, comfort, support and healing.

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