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Published on May 24, 2016

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 4, at the Piedmont Club.

Created in 2005, the Spartanburg Regional Fellows Leadership Program brings community and business partners together through a nine-month program to learn how Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System strives to create a wellness community.

The goal of the program is to educate community leaders on the inner workings of the healthcare system; giving an in-depth look at the medical profession.

Participants meet four hours a month to learn about the equipment, procedures and staff required in each area of the healthcare system, providing a “frontline” view of healthcare services in the community.

2015–16 Regional Fellows Leadership Program Graduates:

• Becky Belmont Bagwell
• Cathy Miller Bagwell
• Jeffrie Braden Berline II
• Kyle Thomas Clelland
• Rachel Stevens Deems
• Chad McQueen Graham
• Kevin Daniel Harrison
• Ronnie Dee Horn
• Lynne Desmarais Jones
• Pam W. Kaplan
• Mary Beth Knight
• Art D. Littlejohn
• Julia D. Lyons
• Seabrook Lucas Marchant
• Cathy Hoefer McCabe
• Glenn C. Miller
• Amy Jane Raffo
• Camille Reams
• Shelley Hudson Robbins
• Kimberly Duvall Stravolo
• Alonzo Thompson
• Beth Fowler Thompson
• Gus Ward

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