Pictured Left to Right: Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick
Regional Health System; Lisa Coblentz, Franchise President, Manpower;
Jessica Winter, Branch Manager, Manpower; Dr. P. Gregory Rausch, Chair,
FMH Development Council; and Robin Rose, Vice President & Chief Development
Officer, Frederick Memorial Hospital
Recently, Manpower presented Frederick Memorial Hospital with a $10,000
pledge continuing their commitment to 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.
“Manpower plays an important role in people’s lives by providing
meaningful work opportunities to local residents, just as FMH plays an
important role in all of our lives to by providing quality healthcare.
We are privileged to have such a high caliber healthcare system in Frederick
County and we want to show our thanks through this gift to FMH,”
Lisa Coblentz, local President, Manpower.
“Manpower has been an important part of the Frederick community for
many years. We are honored to have them continue their support of FMH
Corporate Honor Roll and thank Lisa for creating a culture of philanthropy
within her organization that will help ensure Frederick Memorial Hospital
can continue to provide the very best in medical care to the people of
Frederick County and surrounding areas,” 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 healthcare needs of our community.