Oswego Health recognized its many dedicated volunteers and its auxilians at a luncheon held during National Volunteer Week.
The health system is fortunate to have nearly 100 volunteers and auxilians who devote their time helping to ensure exceptional healthcare is available locally.
At the luncheon, the volunteers were given a small gift in appreciation for their service and Oswego Health President and CEO Ann C. Gilpin showed a video which illustrated how completing a small task can lead to big things.
At the luncheon, several members were also recognized for their many years of service.
Seated from left are Maurice “Mo” Laws, who volunteered 3,522 hours this year at Oswego Hospital, which was nearly double what he volunteered last year and Emma Corradino, who has volunteered for an unprecedented 28 years, the longest of any volunteer.
Standing are Amy Oralls, who has volunteered 1,074 hours, which was more than double the hours she volunteered last year in Oswego Hospital’s emergency department; and Debbie Hough, who has been a hospital volunteer for ten years.
Residents interested in volunteering at Oswego Health, can call 349-5788.