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Longview Regional Medical Center donates to Refuge international

LONGVIEW, Texas (KETK) – Longview Regional Medical Center celebrated National Doctors’ Day by donating to Refuge International on behalf of their medical staff.

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According to a release, members of Longview Regional’s medical staff elected for a donation to Refuge International in lieu of gifts for national doctors’ day. Refuge International is a nonprofit that reportedly focuses on improving the lives of families and individuals through sustainable care programs.

“As a medical staff we are proud to support Refuge International’s mission and look
forward to the positive impact they will bring to the lives of many,” Elizabeth Tidwell, MD, Longview Regional Medical Center chief of staff and OBGYN with Diagnostic Clinic of Longview, said.

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Longview Regional said that on Thursday members of their staff were able to present a check for $6,500 to Caroll Greenwaldt, the board president of Refuge International.

Longview Regional staff presenting the donation to Carroll Greenwaldt, courtesy of Longview Regional Medical Center
Longview Regional staff presenting the donation to Carroll Greenwaldt, courtesy of Longview Regional Medical Center

“This donation is a testament to the dedication, compassion, and hard work of our
medical staff who are committed not only to caring for their patients but also to
nurturing our community. This contribution represents our medical staff’s collective
belief in giving back, supporting those in need and fostering a healthier, stronger
community,” Steve Gordon, CEO of Longview Regional Medical Center, said.

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