LETTER: Hospital’s Companion Care program relies on United Way

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At this time, the Companion Care staff at Perry County Memorial Hospital would like to take the opportunity to thank the many individuals and business in our community who have given donations to the United Way of Perry County in the past. These donations have touched the lives of many of our clients in a way you will never know. The United Way donations support the entire community in the areas of health and human services.

The United Way Funds are given to the Perry County Memorial Hospital Companion Care programs. These funds are utilized to provide home care clients with any one of the following services: respite care home health aides, attendant care or homemaker service allowing them to remain in the comfort of their home. Patients greatly appreciated being able to remain in their homes and receive these services. Our staff is grateful for the opportunity to provide services to our clients and the community.

These dollars go a long way to benefit some of the families in need in our community as well as helping to keep others’ health in a state of well being. At some time in most individuals lives, a person may have benefited from these funds.

United Way is a worthy cause to donate to as it reaches so many people’s lives in different ways. The staff of PCMH Companion Care thanks all of you for donating to the United Way.

Director of Home Care Services
Perry County Memorial Hospital