Each fall, Carroll Hospital celebrates its anniversary and our Associate’s milestone anniversaries during SPIRIT Week. Today, the week’s festivities are drawing to a close as we recognize our 59 years of service to the Carroll County community.
Tradition says that a fifth anniversary should be marked with gifts of wood. But for the Tevis Center for Wellness and the William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center—now both celebrating five years of operation—patients come bearing a more tempting variety of gifts.
On this week’s Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Barbara Gunther discusses the Carroll Hospital Auxiliary 60th annual Diamond Jubilee Ball taking place on Saturday, November 2.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live every Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/FM 102.3!
The Carroll Hospital Auxiliary is celebrating 60 years of service this month! Ever wonder how the Auxiliary got started? The hospital’s 50th anniversary book, published in 2011, provides a bit of insight:
In the summer of 1958, fresh off the successful campaign to raise money for the county’s first hospital, Gladys M. Wimert sat behind the wheel of her little yellow Opel, going from Hanover to Westminster, when she had an idea.
Thirty years ago, a core group of individuals passionate about hospice care connected to create what would ultimately become Carroll Hospice. In this season of giving thanks, and in celebration of three decades of providing end-of-life care, we reflect on three things that have made us successful through the years:
At 1 p.m. on October 1, 1961, Carroll County General Hospital opened its doors to the community. Less than seven hours later, according to a local newspaper, the first baby was born and three emergency cases were handled.