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Middletown Kiwanis Announce Award to Benefit Pediatric Center at Orange Regional

October 16, 2014

Middletown, NY – The Middletown Kiwanis have established a program to directly benefit the Orange Regional Medical Center Pediatric Center. The Kiwanis Angel Program will honor an outstanding pediatric caregiver at Orange Regional. The club will make an honorary gift to the Orange Regional Medical Center Pediatric Center in the name of the chosen caregiver. Pediatric Emergency Department Registered Nurse, David Babcock, was named the first Kiwanis Angel.

“Thanks to the Middletown Kiwanis, we have a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge staff who go above and beyond to provide exceptional patient care,” said Orange Regional Pediatric Center Nursing Director Karin Kuhens. “I thank David for the care and compassion he inherently shows. It is a pleasure to work with him and to watch him care for our littlest patients.”

About Orange Regional’s FoundationThe Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation was founded in 2004 as a not-for-profit organization. Its mission is to support Orange Regional Medical Center through advocacy and fundraising. Orange Regional’s Foundation greatly appreciates the many donors that have contributed money, good and services, or included us in their estate plans over the years. Orange Regional’s Foundation proudly offers donors the opportunity to match their interests with the needs of the hospital.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

From L to R: Kiwanis Angel and Orange Regional Registered Nurse, David Babcock, is congratulated by Middletown Kiwanis Member, Bill Ruggles, and Co-Chair of the Lend a Hand for Kids Pediatric Center Campaign.
From L to R: Kiwanis Angel and Orange Regional Registered Nurse, David Babcock, is congratulated by Middletown Kiwanis Member, Bill Ruggles, and Co-Chair of the Lend a Hand for Kids Pediatric Center Campaign.

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