First Lady of Alabama, Dianne Bentley will speak to the Princeton Volunteers at their annual recognition luncheon as part of National Hospital Volunteer Week on Thursday, April 25, at 11:30 a.m. The luncheon will be held in the East Expansion Conference Room on the Princeton Campus.
Mrs. Bentley is an advocate of volunteerism and service, among other causes including foster care and adoption as well as literacy and education.
The Princeton volunteers are comprised of more than 100 adult, youth, college and cardiac area volunteers and last year contributed more than 21,000 hours of service to the hospital. The volunteers and the auxiliary were responsible for more than $504,000 in goods and services donated to the hospital during 2012.
ABOUT PRINCETON BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER
Founded 91 years ago in 1922, Princeton is the largest hospital of Baptist Health System. Today Princeton Baptist is a full service tertiary hospital with approximately 1,400 employees providing a wide range of services including such specialties as diagnostic imaging, cancer treatment, wound care, diabetes care, cardiac services and surgery, pulmonary medicine, neurosurgery, obstetrics and orthopedics.