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Orange Regional Medical Center Introduces New Way to Say “Thank You”

December 24, 2009

Middletown, NY – The Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation has introduced the Grateful Patient Program. The Program allows former patients and their family members to identify excellence and recognize a physician, staff member or volunteer who made a difference during their hospital stay. Examples may include instances where the caliber of care is exceptional or when the staff has gone above and beyond their normal scope of work in every aspect of a patient’s care.

The Grateful Patient Program provides an opportunity for an individual, family or business to make a financial donation in recognition of a job well done. The gift may be in any amount, and helps ensure that the same level of compassionate, high quality care received at Orange Regional remains available to future patients.

Grateful Patient Program donors also have the opportunity to nominate a “Partner in Excellence” – individual, department or unit – for their outstanding contributions to their care, and are encouraged to share their patient story so it can, in turn, be shared with the specified Partner(s) in Excellence.

“Our physicians, employees and volunteers are the driving force behind our success,” said Orange Regional Medical Center President & CEO Scott Batulis. “They show their commitment to our patients by not only providing clinical excellence, but doing so with compassion and respect. I think the Grateful Patient Program is a wonderful way to recognize them.”

Grateful Patient Program donation forms may be obtained at various locations throughout the Orange Regional campus, on-line at www.ormc.org (click on “Ways to Give”) or through the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation Office, (845) 294-2135.

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