[From the Redmond Reporter article, MARCH 9, 2012]
The cities of Redmond, Kirkland, Bothell, Duvall and Kenmore have declared March 9, 2012 “Evergreen Healthcare Day” in recognition of Evergreen Hospital’s 40th anniversary of service as a public hospital.
The proclamations recognize Evergreen for its history of dedication to “high quality, safe, compassionate and cost-effective healthcare.”
Redmond Mayor John Marchione and the mayors of the other cities have encouraged all citizens to join them in recognizing Evergreen Healthcare for 40 years of enriching the health and well-being of every life Evergreen has touched.
“On behalf of the board of commissioners, employees, our community provider partners, volunteers and staff, today we celebrate those who had the vision more than 40 years ago to anticipate and meet the health needs of a growing Eastside,” said Evergreen Chief Executive Officer Bob Malte. “For the next 40 years and beyond we’ll continue to honor that vision and provide breakthrough care in all of the communities we are proud to serve.”
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