Dade City, FL, April 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In appreciation for the countless hours of service volunteers unselfishly give each day, Pasco Regional Medical Center (PRMC) celebrated National Volunteer Week with a variety of special events including a magical thank you luncheon on April 18.
“Volunteers exemplify the quality, compassion and excellence Pasco Regional Medical Center is known for throughout Pasco County,” said PRMC Volunteer Coordinator, Annetta Evans. “We are grateful for their willingness to serve our community and touch the lives of so many every day.”
The appreciation luncheon was complete with entertainment, personalized thank you gifts and a specially prepared buffet lunch. Approximately 35 men and women of all ages volunteer throughout all departments within PRMC. From assisting patients and guests at the main information desk to serving patients and family members in the surgical waiting room, volunteers are an invaluable part of the PRMC family.
Pasco Regional Medical Center is an award winning 120-bed acute care facility located off State Road 52, eight miles from I-75 and one mile from U.S. Highway 301 in Dade City, Florida. The hospital is set on 20 acres and encompasses 84,000 square feet on two levels. Their professional staff and caring physicians have been providing quality care to our community since 1973. For more information on volunteering, please call 352-521-1195 or visit www.pascoregionalmc.com.