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The winning team with OR staff Chad Cunningham, Ashley Sandoz, Dr. Tori and Dr. Eric Gengenbach and Dr. Shane Banks
The Final Four
pictured with Neil Hilton, PCHS CEO, Dr. Shane Banks, the First Insight Eyecare Team: Dr. Tori and Dr. Eric Gengenbach, the Frenchman Valley Coop Team: Talmor Van Rensburg and Jeffrey Matthe, and Jackie Urdahl, PCHS Foundation Administrator
Dr. Tori and Dr. Eric Gengenbach the tournament champions!
The final round was played on December 5th and it was a head to head match with First Insight Eyecare edging out Frenchman Valley Coop in the final rounds!
Thanks to all of our players, sponsors and donors to this exciting new event.
The proceeds from the event will be used to purchase a Neptune Wast Management System for the operating room at the hospital.
The Completed Bracket!
Congratulations to all the teams!
Front Line Strong and the Perkins County Health Services Foundation hosted a Grab n Go Appreciation BBQ on September 15th for the front line healthcare workers and the support and administrative staff of the hospital and the medical clinics. The BBQ, held on the hospital grounds, was a way to say thank you for the countless hours and care these groups have given to our community during the past weeks and months.
The Grab n Go BBQ was made possible by the community's donations to Front Line Strong and these businesses: In and Out, Hometown Agency and Hatch's. Desserts were furnished by the Front Line Strong volunteers and the Epsilon Delta Sorority. YDC donated their grill and the grillers included Eric McCormick, Todd Kraus and Patrick McGreer.
The BBQ was grab n go style and guests could take home meals for their families. Over 230 meals were packaged by volunteers from Front Line Strong and the PCHS Foundation Board of Directors. Leftover desserts were shared with the nursing staff at the hospital and the nursing home. It was a great night to celebrate our hometown healthcare heroes!
Grab n Go Appreciation BBQ
Sentencing, Probation, Charges
Current Funding Needs
Delivering and always improving the quality of patient-centered care at PCHS is a high priority.
That is why we are seeking funding to purchase several new pieces of equipment for the operating suite and general patient care. This equipment is essential to provide the highest quality of care possible while keeping the operating room safe and efficient and our patients and staff safe.