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Home Instead Senior Care Joins FMH Corporate Honor Roll

11-14-2016

Recently, Home Instead Senior Care presented Frederick Memorial Hospital with a $5,000 pledge establishing them as one of the newest members of the FMH Corporate Honor Roll. This contribution will help build the new James M. Stockman Cancer Institute slated to open in summer 2017. This new facility will house Frederick Regional Health System’s award-winning cancer care program.

“In serving our seniors within the community for over 10 years, it is an honor to partner with Frederick Memorial Hospital in another significant initiative. Home Instead Senior Care has become the premier provider of non-medical care in the region. We are committed to returning clients to their homes through our ‘Returning Home Program’. Together with FMH, Home Instead Senior Care is dedicated to providing exceptional care to their seniors and helping them ‘age in place’, wherever they call home, and providing care for cancer patients throughout our community,” stated Christina and Brad Snively, Owners, Home Instead Senior Care.

“We thank Home Instead Senior Care for the investment they are making in the future of healthcare in Frederick County. By becoming a member of the FMH Corporate Honor Roll, Home Instead is ensuring that the cancer patients from our area can receive the very best and most convenient treatment right here close to home at the James M. Stockman Cancer Institute,” stated Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick Regional Health System.

The FMH Business & Industry Committee founded the FMH Corporate Honor Roll program to provide financial support for FMH's strategic capital goals. The Corporate Honor Roll roster includes a diverse group of 76 local businesses, organizations and foundations dedicated to helping FMH fulfill its commitment to serving the health care needs of our community.

Featured from left to right: Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick Regional Health System; Robin Rose, Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Frederick Memorial Hospital; and Christina & Brad Snively, Owners, Home Instead Senior Care.

Categories: Development, Cancer


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