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HopeHealth recognizes volunteers with appreciation luncheon

On April 23, HopeHealth hosted a volunteer appreciation luncheon at Victors to celebrate the achievements of HopeHealth volunteers and recognize their continued commitment to service.

The luncheon culminated with Cindy Averitt, manager of volunteer programs, presenting volunteer awards.

Rose Buskey, Bill Maurer, and Enya Ramos-Rodriguez were given one-year pins, and Sylvia Jackson was recognized for two years of volunteer service – and 848 hours! Bill Maurer also received the Volunteer Service Award, recognized for having volunteered the most hours during the previous year – 820.

The Legacy Hope Award, designed to recognize HopeHealth’s longest-running volunteer, was awarded to Henry Humphries. Humphries has volunteered in a variety of capacities since 2016, giving over 520 hours to help with Veterans affairs.

Finally, Enya Ramos-Rodriguez was given the Hope Award, which honors a volunteer who emulates HopeHealth’s mission. Ramos-Rodriguez is a full-time college student who also works and still logged 160 hours of volunteer work last year.

The HopeHealth Volunteers appreciation luncheon was hosted as a part of National Volunteer Week from April 22-26. On the volunteer program, Averitt shared, “I am so proud of all of the volunteers here at HopeHealth that have given their time to assist staff and our guests.”

For more information about volunteering with HopeHealth or to schedule a volunteer interview, visit the website at or contact Cindy Averitt at or 843-432-2942.



HopeHealth educates its patients on the importance of having a health care home. As a primary care facility, HopeHealth’s medical team works to prevent and detect illness and the early onset of disease, provide routine physical examinations and promote overall healthy lifestyles.

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