Avita Health System awarded for raising over $4,500 for Rehab Center


Avita Health System officials were presented with a trophy on March 19 for raising the most funds during the 25th Annual Rehab Telethon. Nine phone bank volunteers from the health system raised $4,865 in one hour at the Richland Mall on Feb. 6. The telethon raised $110,351 with more than $5,000 coming since then. Pictured from left to right are: Melissa Drozda, events and volunteer coordinator of the Rehab Center; Veronica Groff, CEO of of Catalyst Life Services (parent company of the Rehab Center); Myles Creed, physician recruiter for Avita; Stephanie Fackler, vice president from Avita; Angie Makeever, manager from Avita; Kriste Slagle, center for sports manager; Shellie Burgin, vice president of physician services at Avita; and Mari Swearingen, vice president from Avita. The Rehab Center is a community-driven center that focuses on the mental, physical, and spiritual wellness of its clients. “This is really a great cause,” Creed said, adding that they plan to keep the trophy next. “We are going to exceed this number next year.”


Brandon Klein | Galion Inquirer

Avita Health System officials were presented with a trophy on March 19 for raising the most funds during the 25th Annual Rehab Telethon. Nine phone bank volunteers from the health system raised $4,865 in one hour at the Richland Mall on Feb. 6. The telethon raised $110,351 with more than $5,000 coming since then. Pictured from left to right are: Melissa Drozda, events and volunteer coordinator of the Rehab Center; Veronica Groff, CEO of of Catalyst Life Services (parent company of the Rehab Center); Myles Creed, physician recruiter for Avita; Stephanie Fackler, vice president from Avita; Angie Makeever, manager from Avita; Kriste Slagle, center for sports manager; Shellie Burgin, vice president of physician services at Avita; and Mari Swearingen, vice president from Avita. The Rehab Center is a community-driven center that focuses on the mental, physical, and spiritual wellness of its clients. “This is really a great cause,” Creed said, adding that they plan to keep the trophy next. “We are going to exceed this number next year.”

Avita Health System officials were presented with a trophy on March 19 for raising the most funds during the 25th Annual Rehab Telethon. Nine phone bank volunteers from the health system raised $4,865 in one hour at the Richland Mall on Feb. 6. The telethon raised $110,351 with more than $5,000 coming since then. Pictured from left to right are: Melissa Drozda, events and volunteer coordinator of the Rehab Center; Veronica Groff, CEO of of Catalyst Life Services (parent company of the Rehab Center); Myles Creed, physician recruiter for Avita; Stephanie Fackler, vice president from Avita; Angie Makeever, manager from Avita; Kriste Slagle, center for sports manager; Shellie Burgin, vice president of physician services at Avita; and Mari Swearingen, vice president from Avita. The Rehab Center is a community-driven center that focuses on the mental, physical, and spiritual wellness of its clients. “This is really a great cause,” Creed said, adding that they plan to keep the trophy next. “We are going to exceed this number next year.”
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_avita.jpgAvita Health System officials were presented with a trophy on March 19 for raising the most funds during the 25th Annual Rehab Telethon. Nine phone bank volunteers from the health system raised $4,865 in one hour at the Richland Mall on Feb. 6. The telethon raised $110,351 with more than $5,000 coming since then. Pictured from left to right are: Melissa Drozda, events and volunteer coordinator of the Rehab Center; Veronica Groff, CEO of of Catalyst Life Services (parent company of the Rehab Center); Myles Creed, physician recruiter for Avita; Stephanie Fackler, vice president from Avita; Angie Makeever, manager from Avita; Kriste Slagle, center for sports manager; Shellie Burgin, vice president of physician services at Avita; and Mari Swearingen, vice president from Avita. The Rehab Center is a community-driven center that focuses on the mental, physical, and spiritual wellness of its clients. “This is really a great cause,” Creed said, adding that they plan to keep the trophy next. “We are going to exceed this number next year.” Brandon Klein | Galion Inquirer
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