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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 26, 2012


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KICK-OFF AT FRANKLIN REGIONAL HOSPITAL Members of the LR-


GHealthcare Board of Trustees, Senior Manage- ment Team, and major donors from Twin Rivers’ communities assembled at Franklin Regional Hos- pital on Friday, April 20 to celebrate the regional kick-off of LRGHealthcare’s Strengthening the Com- munity’s Well-Being Capi- tal Campaign. LRGHealthcare President


& CEO Tom Clairmont explained that “the major focus of the Strengthening the Community’s Well-Be- ing Capital Campaign is to raise the necessary funds, through philanthropic giv- ing, to convert existing LRGH and FRH inpatient rooms to single patient rooms.” Renovations will include


private bathrooms and showers, family sleep sofas and state-of-the-art patient lift systems, providing the safest and easiest way to move a patient. Private rooms allow patients the opportunity to sleep better, heal faster and have private discussions with their fam- ily and health care provid- ers. It is also crucial for in- fection control. In addition to private patient rooms, renovations include a new endoscopy suite at LRGH, updating medical imaging equipment at Franklin Re- gional Hospital and Lakes Region General Hospital, and expansion of the LRGH Emergency Department to accommodate the growing needs of the community. LRGHealthcare Director


of Community Relations & Volunteer Services Sandy Marshall announced the kick-off of the campaign in the greater Franklin area, and recognized and thanked Franklin Savings Bank for stepping up to the plate with a lead gift to the campaign. “We can always count on Franklin Savings


Bank to support important community initiatives such as these crucial renova- tions to our healthcare system. FSB continues to raise the bar as a philan- thropic leader in our com- munity,” stated Marshall Jeff Savage, Franklin


Savings Bank President & CEO added, “It is impor- tant for FSB to be a part of this Capital Campaign greatly because the Central NH community - our em-


ployees and customers - all benefit from the services of Franklin Regional Hospital and LRGHealthcare. We are proud to kick off the Community Campaign to assist with improvements for quality healthcare.” In closing Clairmont said


“Now we are reaching out to all in the communities our hospitals serve to ask for their support. We hope everyone will consider giv- See LRGH on 19


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