The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Auxiliary has awarded four students the CRMC Auxiliary Scholarships through the CRMC Foundation. The students awarded (in alphabetical order) are Beverly McCoach, Briana Paolini, Katelyn Wallace and Sara Wellington.
“The Auxiliary members are a huge part of who we are at CRMC,” said CRMC CEO Brian Lawrence. “We are blessed by their generous donations and the many hours they give to our patients daily. We appreciate their support of our CRMC associates and family members.”
Beverly McCoach is Specialty Clinic Charge Nurse at the CRMC Medical Group. She is pursuing her Bachelor of Nursing degree from Fort Hays State University.
Briana Paoloini is a Certified Nurse Assistant at CRMC. She is currently pursuing her nursing degree from Coffeyville Community College.
Katelyn Wallace is a Clinic Assistant for the Cancer Treatment Center at CRMC. She is currently pursuing her nursing degree from Coffeyville Community College.
Sara Wellington is a lab assistant at CRMC. She will be pursuing her Medical Laboratory Science degree from George Washington University.
The CRMC Auxiliary are an integral part of CRMC. They are recognized by their red vests and shirts and perform a myriad of jobs at the hospital including escorting patients to different areas of the hospital, delivering flowers, or carrying trays to patients. You can also find them working in the hospital gift shop and greeting patients in both the Tatman Cancer Center and the Jerry Marquette Radiation Oncology Center.
The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Foundation operates as a separate 501©3 corporation. It is our mission to provide financial support and assistance to the hospital so that they may achieve and maintain excellence as a healthcare provider and leader for the communities that we serve.