Members of the Memorial Health System Volunteer Corps are pictured at the annual recognition luncheon. The theme of the meeting was “Volunteers – An Essential Part of Our Team.” In 2019, through August, the volunteers donated a total of 5,974.25 hours to MHS.
The Memorial Health System (MHS) Volunteer Corps’ Annual Meeting was held on October 31 at Nichols Education Center in Abilene. Speakers at the event included emcee Wendy Klosterman, 2019 MHS Volunteer Corps President and Harold Courtois, Memorial Health System CEO.
The theme for the meeting was “Volunteers – An Essential Part of Our Team.” The meal was catered by Memorial Hospital’s Food and Nutritional Services Department. The meal was served by MHS Department Managers.
According to MHS Director of Volunteer Services Michelle McClanahan, MHS volunteers donated a total of 5,974.25 hours in 2019, through the month of August. The value of that volunteer time in Kansas is equivalent to $151,925.15. Since the inception of the Memorial Health System Volunteer Corps in 1992, total volunteer hours is 176,361. The MHS Volunteer Corps is comprised of 67 active members.
There are many volunteering opportunities available within Memorial Health System. To learn more, contact Michelle at (785) 263-6692.