Celebrate Carilion Giles Communty Hospital's 4th Anniversary this Sunday, June 1st

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The new Carilion Giles Community Hospital (CGCH), completed on Hartley Way in May of 2010,  has been proudly serving the residents of Giles County and the surrounding region with quality care for four years.  To celebrate this milestone, CGCH is joining with the Giles Arts Council to present an anniversary celebration in the hospital lobby on June 1st, 2014 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.  The celebration will feature the outstanding work of Giles County Public Schools winning artists.  Light refreshments and entertainment will be provided.  Members of the community are encouraged to attend and show their support for the hospital and these budding artists.

            CGCH’s services include 24 -hour emergency care, advanced diagnostic procedures, minimally invasive surgery, nuclear medicine studies, comprehensive rehabilitation programs, advanced cardiac testing and diabetes management.  In 2011, 2012 and 2013, the CGCH Emergency Department was named a 4-Star Award Winner for Overall Quality of Care in Emergency Department Services by Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC). The award is an indication of the excellence in care provided at CGCH every day.

Giles County Public Schools art show winners taught at Giles High School by Rhonda Colavecchio and Lauren Green and at Narrows High School by Amber Nelson will be recognized at this event by the GAC.  Giles Arts Council is a non-profit (501c3) organization whose mission is to provide a public arena for the visual, performing and literary arts in Giles County by supporting economic growth and tourism through artistic projects and performance while preserving the Appalachian heritage and the indigenous arts of this region.

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