Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center receives gift from the Arlington Lions Club
Representatives from Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center and Ridgeview Sibley Foundation gathered, while practicing social distancing, with members of the Arlington Lions Club on Aug. 6, 2020. The Lions presented the second $5,000 check for its $10,000 of the donation to support the Arlington campus renovation project.
“Thanks to the Arlington Lions generosity, Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center can continue to provide the highest quality of care and experience to our patients and the communities we proudly serve. Thank you, Arlington Lions Club, for supporting Ridgeview,” said Pam Williams, Ridgeview Vice President of Regional Operations.
The completed project on the Arlington campus includes four new and private emergency rooms, dedicated Urgent Care spaces, a private ambulance entrance, a new inpatient nurses’ station and an Emergency Department/Urgent Care nurses’ station. Additionally, there is a new waiting room, updated patient monitoring equipment has been updated, and new registration and support areas.
Pictured from left: Liz Gerads, Major Gifts Officer, Ridgeview Foundation; Eunice Rucks, Arlington Lions; Nancy Mathwig, president, Arlington Lions; Mavis Graupmann, Arlington Lions; Pam Williams, Ridgeview Vice President of Regional Operations; Kevin Thies, Arlington Lions; Marie Kreft, Arlington Lions; Marlys Gaucher, Arlington Lions.
About Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center
Located in Arlington, Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center is a critical access hospital—providing urgent care, general surgery, and 24/7 hospital and emergency services to residents of Sibley County and the surrounding area. It is part of the Ridgeview Medical Center network, which also includes hospitals in Waconia and Le Sueur, a multitude of primary and specialty care clinics, emergency services and specialty programs, and Two Twelve Medical Center in Chaska. For more information about Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center, visit www.sibleymedical.org.