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Published on May 07, 2015

Community Members Graduate from Regional Fellows Program

More than 20 community members graduated from Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s Regional Fellows Leadership Program on Wednesday, May 6 at the Piedmont Club.

Created in 2005, the Regional Fellows Leadership Program brings community and business leaders together through a nine-month program to learn about Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) and its impact on the community.

The goal of the program is to educate community leaders on the workings of the healthcare system and the services and programs offered; inspiring graduates to become ambassadors of SRHS in the community.

Participants meet four hours a month for an in-depth look at specific SRHS service areas. Regional Fellows learn about the equipment, procedures and staff required in each area as well how each area integrates with SRHS as a whole, providing a “frontline” view of healthcare services in action. 

2014 – 15 Regional Fellows Leadership Program Graduates

 

Winthrop C. Allen

Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Incorporated

 

Marjorie Boafo Appiah

Innovation Abound, LLC

 

Vollie “Vic” C. Bailey, IV

Anderson, Moore, Bailey & Nowell, LLC

 

Erica L. Brown

St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic/Spartanburg City District #6 Council Member

 

George W. Burdette

Greer State Bank

 

Judy B. Bynum

The Humanities Council of SC

 

Jennifer C. Cash

NBSC, A Division of Synovus Bank

 

Tracie L. Duncan

Adidas Group

 

Katherine C. Fulmer

Young Office

 

Cedric E. Gibb

Retired Lutheran Pastor and Community Volunteer

 

Charles A. Hall

William Barnet & Son, LLC

 

Quincy S. Halliday

McAbee, Schwartz, Halliday and Company

 

Daniel R. Hughes

Duggan & Hughes, LLC

 

Cindy J. Kelly

The Palmetto Trust

 

Christopher D. Kennedy

Kennedy & Brannon, PA

 

Brian J. Lindsay

Milliken Healthcare Products, LLC

 

Rhonda Lockhart

JM Smith Corporation

 

Eric A. McDonald

Spartanburg Methodist College

 

Stephen (Steve) Y. McGehee

The Episcopal Church of the Advent

 

Lindsay C. Moore

Spartanburg Academic Movement

Wanda F. Owens-Jackson

The Early Learning Center at Park Hills, Spartanburg School District #7

 

Prema Samhat

Wofford College

 

Sue G. Schneider

Spartanburg Water

 

Paige W. Stephenson

United Way of the Piedmont

 

Meg E. Vassy

Spartanburg City Fire Department

 

Robin L. Vollmer

Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve

 

Eddie C. Williams

Silver Hill Memorial United Methodist Church

 

About Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System

Featuring a full spectrum of services, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) is comprised of three hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, a multi-disciplinary physician group, a vibrant post-acute division, and is home to Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute. With more than 300 physicians and 5,900 associates on staff, SRHS serves 11 counties in South and North Carolina. Spartanburg Medical Center was ranked No. 1 regional hospital in South Carolina by U.S. News and World Report; the Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Commission on Cancer; and the American Nurses Association lists SRHS among the nation’s top 7 percent of hospitals for excellence in nursing.

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