Sunday, March 18, 2012

Lee Kirk, Culpeper Regional Health Care and Culpeper Regional Hospital Foundation boost GCC nursing

Lee Kirk, President and CEO of Culpeper Regional Health Care, presents Dr. David A. Sam, president of Germanna Community College, with a check for $35,000 in support of the college's nursing and Allied Health program Friday at a scholarship reception at Fawn Lake. From left, Mike Catell, director of the GCC Educational Foundation, Tiffany Bell, Culpeper Regional Hospital emergency department director, Butch Davies of the GCC Educational Foundation, Dr. Sam, and Cindy Colson, executive director of the Culpeper Hospital Foundation.
Kirk said CRHC and the hospital foundation have been enthusiastic supporters of GCC because of the quality of the nurses and other health care professionals it produces for the community. Germanna President Sam thanked Kirk, saying that the support of CRHC and the foundation has helped make it possible for the college to double the size of its nursing program and will make a difference for the Culpeper area for decades to come.

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