Evangelical Community Hospital Displays American Flag on the PRIME Project

April 16, 2020


Evangelical Community Hospital Displays American Flag on the PRIME Project
On Thursday, April 16, 2020, an American flag was hung on Evangelical Community Hospital’s Patient Room Improvement, Modernization, and Enhancement (PRIME) project.

Kendra Aucker, President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital said:
“As a symbol of unity, Evangelical Community Hospital has hung an American flag on the PRIME project to show our strength and resilience as we continue to respond to this unprecedented pandemic.

We are undivided in the fight to rid our communities of COVID-19. Every person, every business, every town and city across the nation is in this together. The Evangelical family hopes the flag will inspire and give a renewed sense of community to everyone who sees it, just as every kind gesture from our neighbors and friends has re-energized our staff during this challenging time.”
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