Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, community members have offered unwavering support to Boone Memorial Hospital staff and patients. "In this time of uncertainty, it's humbling how many people want to help," said Boone Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer, Virgil Underwood. "We continue to receive inquiries from churches, civic groups and organizations who want to make and donate masks."
The hospital Auxiliary has already donated 233 homemade cloth masks, along with se
Members of the Boone Memorial Hospital Auxiliary donated homemade face masks to hospital employees. The Auxiliary members, who have been unable to volunteer since the COVID-19 pandemic began, said they wanted to help. "Since we aren't actually able to volunteer in person at the hospital right now, due to safety concerns with COVID-19, we still wanted to do something," said Sandy K. Scott, Auxiliary President. Sandy, along with fellow Auxiliary members Diana Dunlap, Judy Micha
In recent news, Boone Memorial Hospital announced that it is now offering telemedicine in an effort to continue keeping its patients safe, while providing health services during COVID-19. Telemedicine makes it possible for providers to treat patients whenever needed and wherever the patient is, by using a computer or smartphone. BMH providers, Richard Knapp Jr., MD and Deborah Townsley, FNP will join physicians Amy Sayre, MD and Howard Wesley Lafferty Jr., D.O., to offer tele
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