First Peoples Federal Credit Union recently pledged $5,000 to the Garrett County Memorial Hospital’s Capital Campaign to be used towards the addition and renovation project.
In the wake of national attention related to a potential Ebola outbreak, Garrett County Memorial Hospital is taking action to prepare in the event that a potential case should present to the organization.
Mark Boucot, President and CEO of Garrett County Memorial Hospital, has announced that the GCMH and Oakland MRI Center have teamed up to enhance the Women’s Center at Oakland MRI.
West Virginia’s First Lady Tomblin recently announced that she is partnering with the ‘Our Babies: Safe and Sound’ campaign and West Virginia hospitals to host Infant Safe Sleep Awareness Events across the state during the month of September.
Garrett County Memorial Hospital has now moved into the top ranking in the state of Maryland Hospital for Doctor Communication, Responsiveness of Hospital Staff, and Cleanliness as ranked by patients in the most recent release of HCAHPS patient satisfaction scores. … Continue reading
A shopping trip to Hagerstown last month took an unexpected turn for an Accident family when their vehicle was involved in a rollover crash. Thankfully, child safety seats and seat belts were in use and working properly, so the injuries … Continue reading
The original nursing team, now retired nurses, who formerly worked at Garrett County Memorial Hospital, have joined forces to help the Hospital develop a History Wall to be located on the first floor of the facility.
Peggy Jamison, Mayor of Oakland, has been named Chairwoman of the Board of Governors at Garrett County Memorial Hospital. Jamison accepted the position following the recent retirement of Wayne Johnson, previous Board Chairman.
The construction for the new wing at Garrett County Memorial Hospital is well underway.
The Garrett County Memorial Hospital Nurse Extern Program welcomed two participants this summer; Kelley Wagner and Justine DelSignore.
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