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Critical Care Associates Donates $10,000 to Frederick Memorial Hospital

04-04-2017

Featured from left to right: Robin Rose, Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Frederick Memorial Hospital; Dr. Lev Agarunov, Partner, Critical Care Associates; Dr. P. Gregory Rausch, Chair, FMH Development Council; and Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick Regional Health System

Recently, Critical Care Associates presented Frederick Memorial Hospital with a $10,000 pledge to continue their support 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.

“Critical Care Associates, like FMH, is dedicated to the delivery of the highest quality care to the members of our community. It is only through our ability to work together closely as partners that we can deliver on that promise. We at Critical Care Associates are honored to be a part of the FMH family and proud to work together to support the mission,” stated Dr. Leo Rotello, Partner Critical Care Associates.

“We are grateful to Critical Care Associates for their generosity and thank them for continuing their support of the FMH Corporate Honor Roll. The commitment to help Frederick Memorial Hospital meet the growing and changing healthcare needs of our local population reflects Critical Care Associates strong sense of corporate responsibility, care, and concern for not only their employees, but all the residents of our community,” stated Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick Regional Health System.

The FMH Business & Industry Committee founded the FMH Corporate Honor Roll to provide financial support for FMH's strategic capital goals. The Corporate Honor Roll roster includes a diverse group of more than 79 local businesses, organizations and foundations dedicated to helping FMH fulfill its commitment to serving the health care needs of our community.

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