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Floyd Provides Health Care Where You Live, Work, Play and Go to School

Posted by Kurt Stuenkel, President and CEO
June 19, 2017
Kurt Stuenkel, Floyd President and CEO

Ask almost anyone if they had a favorite teacher or coach growing up and you’re likely to get a smile and at least one name immediately. Although it has been a while since I was a student in K-12, I still remember some great teachers and great experiences.

We sometimes say at Floyd that our organization delivers health care where people live, work and play. We should add to this, where people go to school. We have been involved for many years with athletic trainers in area schools and colleges. Floyd got the opportunity to assume leadership of the school nurse programs in the Rome City Schools and Floyd County Schools last year, and next year, in the Polk County Schools. We have school nurses in every public elementary school and athletic trainers in every high school in Rome and Floyd County. We also will have school nurses in every public elementary school and athletic trainers in both public high schools in Polk County, and, beginning in 2018, we will have athletic trainers in both high schools in Chattooga County.

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2016 Report to the Community

2016 Report to the Community

Report to the Community, the 2016 Floyd Annual Report, highlights the progress and events of fiscal year 2016, and provides a glimpse into statistics of interest. For instance, did you know that in 2016, Floyd provided 1,078,719 laboratory tests?