Left to right: Skip Gjolberg, President, St. Joseph’s Hospital; Marilyn Walton Auxiliary Treasurer; Patty McComas, Auxiliary President; and John Haskins, St. Joseph’s Foundation Board President.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary presents donation to St. Joseph’s Foundation

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary presented a donation of $10,000 to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation for their “Every Heartbeat Matters” cardiac campaign. 

The cardiac campaign will provide funds for needed equipment including a transesophageal ultrasound probe which will allow physicians to see the back of the heart along with equipment for the hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program.

Auxiliary President Patty McComas and Treasurer Marilyn Walton presented the check to Foundation Board President John Haskins and Hospital President Skip Gjolberg.

“We want to say a special thank you to the members of the St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary’” said John Haskins, Board President. “Their support of this important campaign for the hospital is greatly appreciated.”

St. Joseph’s Foundation was formed in 1994 with its primary goals being to actively secure charitable support, to develop relationships with community and business leaders, and to advocate and promote the hospital’s mission.  For more information about their current cardiac campaign, call 304-473-2138 or email Lisa.Wharton1@wvumedicine.org.

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