PVHMC honors volunteers
Last month, the Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC) presented awards to 13 hospital volunteers.
The annual volunteer recognition luncheon and junior volunteer banquet events give the hospital an opportunity to recognize its team of more than 1,000 volunteers for their dedication and service to the hospital.
At the luncheon PVHMC presented “heart of the volunteer” awards to Anthony Santorufo, a radiation oncology volunteer; Victoria Tomasso, a volunteer in quality management; Nicholas Mortaya, a volunteer for medical surgical unit five; Sarah Gale, a neonatal intensive care unit volunteer; and Joan Luke from the volunteer services department.
Two additional volunteers were recognized for having an outstanding number of volunteer hours: Bee Ritchey, with 22,019 hours served, and Barbara Watts, with 28,151.
The hospital’s “volunteer of the year” award was presented to husband-and-wife duo Lee and Terre Rodriguez.
To learn more, or to join PVHMC’s volunteer program, visit pvhmc.org/volunteer.