Zeeland Community Hospital
Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital’s Loving Lights Campaign Kicks Off
ZEELAND, Mich., November 21, 2016 – Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital has kicked off the holiday season with the hospital’s annual Loving Lights campaign, organized by the Service League of Volunteers. Area residents’ contributions during the annual foundation campaign will help Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital enhance the MedNow Specialty Care services within the hospital.
MedNow is a fast, convenient and affordable way to receive care. This year, the donations to the Loving Lights campaign will be used to purchase specialized equipment for the MedNow Specialty Care services. MedNow Specialty Care allows patients to connect with specialists from a regional hospital facility, saving our patients time and money.
The Loving Lights campaign aims to collect funds for projects that enhance patient care and benefit the community. When a donation is made to the campaign, the name of the honoree will be listed in a donation book located in the hospital lobby and the honoree and their family will receive an acknowledgement letter. A beautifully-lit pine tree, donated by John and Ann Query of Zeeland, will decorate the front hospital entrance as a symbol of the bright presence of this holiday campaign. The campaign will run through December 31, 2016 and money donated is a charitable contribution.
For more information or to donate, visit give.spectrumhealth.org/Zeeland-LovingLights. To learn more about MedNow, visit www.spectrumhealth.org/MedNow.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system, based in West Michigan, offering a full continuum of care through the Spectrum Health Hospital Group, which is comprised of 12 hospitals, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital; about 180 ambulatory and service sites; about 3,200 physicians and advanced practice providers, including about 1,400 members of the Spectrum Health Medical Group; and Priority Health, a health plan with about 795,000 members. Spectrum Health is West Michigan’s largest employer, with 25,400 employees. The organization provided more than $326 million in community benefit during its 2016 fiscal year. Spectrum Health was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems—and in the top five among the largest health systems—in 2017 by Truven Health Analytics™, part of IBM Watson HealthTM. This is the sixth time the organization has received this recognition.
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