Rideout Health (RH) has over 300 volunteers comprised of young adults, men, women, senior citizens, cancer survivors, retirees and others in our community.
These volunteers give graciously of their time, talent and compassion for our patients, their families and loved ones. The unconditional support that our volunteers give is instrumental to providing exceptional care.
It is with sincere gratitude that we thank and acknowledge our volunteers.
In celebration and recognition of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, April 21 - 27, Rideout Health offers thanks to volunteers who assist patients and family members or who offer their time at our hospitals. Volunteers – Touching Lives, Lifting Spirits is the theme.
RH will honor RH volunteers on Monday, April 22, 2013, from 2p to 4p at the Fremont-Rideout Conference Center, 989 Plumas Street, Yuba City. Refreshments, appreciation raffle, games and entertainment are planned for the afternoon!
Reservations are required by Apr. 15. Call 751-4247 or email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Volunteers from the Rideout Health Foundation, Fremont and Rideout Auxiliaries, Chaplains, Surgery Hosts, Emergency Dept., Hospice, The Courtyard, The Gardens and Fountains Senior Living facilities, the RH Board of Directors and Foundation Board of Directors are invited to this afternoon social. A special highlight of the event will be opportunity drawings that will happen throughout the afternoon and those in attendance will have a chance to win one of the many beautiful gift baskets donated by individual departments of the RH in thanking the hundreds of volunteers for their time and dedication.
For more information, contact the Community Relations Department at (530) 751-4247.
Rideout Health is the independent, non-profit, community-based healthcare organization that operates Rideout Memorial Hospital, Fremont Medical Center and other medical facilities around the Yuba-Sutter region. It also is the area's largest non-government employer. In fulfillment of its mission to provide quality healthcare to everyone, regardless of financial circumstance, in 2011 the organization provided more than nearly $50 million in unreimbursed or free medical care to uninsured or under-insured patients.