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Published on March 18, 2015

Rutland High School Chapter of the National Honor Society Donates to Women & Children’s Unit

Rutland High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society presented a check for over $500.00 to the Women and Children’s Unit at Rutland Regional Medical Center. Students organized a bowling event that raised more than $1000. Proceeds were divided between Rutland Regional’s Women and Children’s Unit and the Community Cupboard.

“Members of the National Honor Society were very interested in the Women and Children’s Unit at Rutland Regional and the well-being of babies in its’ care,” said Olivia Lyons, a senior and member of the National Honor Society. “It was important to us that we keep the money local.”

“Our goal is to provide quality care to our patients. Generous donations like this will help us to support our pediatric patients and babies in the unit,” says Sarah Bache, BSN, RN, CLC, RNC-OB, Clinical Nursing Manager. 

About Rutland Regional Medical Center

Established in 1896, Rutland Regional is the second largest hospital in Vermont and is a not–for–profit organization dedicated to improving the health of families and individuals. 

Rutland Regional’s commitment to quality patient care has been recognized locally and nationally by becoming the first hospital in Vermont to receive both the Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence and Magnet Recognition® for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovation. Rutland Regional has also been recognized by the Joint Commission as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures and was honored with an “A” grade by The Leapfrog Group an independent industry watchdog, in the Fall 2014 Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from errors, injuries and infections.

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