FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 17, 2016
Eric Riggle, Pikes Peak Regional Hospital, Marketing
Office: (719) 686-5716; Cell (229) 347-6295; firstname.lastname@example.org
PIKES PEAK REGIONAL HOSPITAL ANNOUNCES
ELECTION OF NEW BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBER
Woodland Park – Pikes Peak Regional Hospital (PPRH) has announced Noel Sawyer has been elected to serve on the hospital’s Board of Trustees.
“Noel brings a wealth of knowledge and a unique local perspective that will enhance our hospital Board,” said Kim Monjesky, hospital CEO. “He has been highly recognized for his contributions to his profession and the community. I am very pleased he has agreed to serve in this leadership capacity at what is an exciting time for Pikes Peak Regional Hospital.”
Sawyer has lived in Woodland Park since 2001. He has worked for Oracle Corporation as an Advanced Corruption Specialist Database Administrator for more than 18 years. Currently he is a member of Woodland Park City Council, vice-chair of the Downtown Development Authority and a member of the Main Street Board. He has worked with many charitable organizations in Woodland Park and Teller County. He also runs a successful personal computer business and is varsity soccer coach for Woodland Park High School.
Sawyer joins Monjesky, Jeff Baldwin, Curt Grina, Lenore Hotchkiss, Ed Lamb, Dr. Richard Malyszek, and Mark Sumner in service on the Board of Trustees. He replaces Tony Perry who has rotated off the Board.
The Board of Trustees is responsible to provide oversight, lend assistance with overall institutional planning, and for maintaining a commitment to continued comprehensive quality assurance and quality improvement, all in a manner that is responsive to the needs of the community.
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About Pikes Peak Regional Hospital:
Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and Surgery Center, is an acute care, critical access, community built hospital specializing in General Surgery, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery, Physical Therapy, Diagnostic Imaging, and Laboratory services. The fully equipped Emergency Department is a certified Level IV Trauma Center that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week providing short wait times and convenient access. The hospital also operates Pikes Peak Family Medicine, a family practice center in Woodland Park and Woodland Park Surgical Associates, a General Surgery practice.