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There Are Saints Among Us

Posted by Kurt Stuenkel, President and CEO
March 18, 2019
Kurt Stuenkel, Floyd President and CEOFloyd has lost some dear friends who have passed away in the past few months. Tim Mahanay, Richard Jewel, Tooken Richardson Cade, Charles Parker, and Gardner Wright all have recently passed. Tim Mahanay was a Floyd board member for many years. Richard Jewell served for many years on the Polk board. Tooken Richardson Cade was a long-time volunteer and one of the first presidents of the Floyd Auxiliary, the predecessor to our current Volunteer Services program. Charles Parker years ago was a member of the Hospital Authority of Floyd County. Gardner Wright was a long-time board member and past chairman of the Floyd Healthcare Foundation. They are fondly remembered and sincerely missed.

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$87.92 Million Provided in Community Benefits

$87.92 Million Provided in Community Benefits

The 2018 Community Benefit Report highlights the services provided by Floyd that flow back to the communities we serve and includes a summary of indigent and charity care, medical education and medical support at community events. For instance, did you know that in 2018, Floyd and Polk together provided over $33.23 million in indigent and charity care?