The Norman Transcript


July 10, 2014

Norman hospital auxiliary has given $700K to health system



· One to two persons — $35

· Three people — $40

· Four people — $45

An outdoor patio with tables for relaxing — as well as a dining area, library and the use of washers and dryers (at no additional charge) — are included in the amenities.

Wendy Fiebrich, Norman Regional Health System director of volunteer services, said she finds working with auxiliary volunteers rewarding because of the diverse group of community members who make a commitment to serve the hospital.

“We have such a diverse group of people, including teenagers and college students. We get the chance to show them a glimpse of the health care system and how they can be involved,” Fiebrich said.

The Norman Regional Hospital Auxiliary begin in 1951. Since then, thousands of men and women have given more than 600,000 hours of service to the hospital system.

Currently, there are 275 adults, 50 college students and 44 teenagers who volunteer with the group.

For more information about volunteering, call the auxiliary volunteer office at 307-1790.

Katherine Parker



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