(EFFINGHAM, IL) – HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital recently honored members of the hospital leadership groups and Medical Staff at its Annual Recognition Social on November 28 at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom.  The event was held to thank members of the Board of Directors, various hospital committees, and the hospital Medical Staff.  The 2016-17 Annual and Community Benefit Report of Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) Southern Illinois Division (of which St. Anthony’s is a part) was distributed at the event as well.
 
At the event, Theresa Rutherford, HSHS St. Anthony’s President and CEO, honored board committee members completing their terms of service.  Special recognition was presented to Sister Marybeth Culnan, OSF, who was completing her service on the hospital’s Board of Directors, as she is leaving her role as Senior Vice President, Sponsorship and Governance, for HSHS. While she will continue to be involved with other ministries of the Hospital Sisters, HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital presented Sister Marybeth Culnan with a Proclamation of Appreciation for her 51 years of dedicated service and significant contributions to HSHS, St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital, and the communities we are privileged to serve.
 
Other board committee members honored this year were:

From the Quality Care Committee

  • Mark Mitchell, DO

  • Fred Richardson, MD

Patient and Community Advisory Council

  • Terri Beal

  • Scott Bloomberg, DC

  • Charlie Brumleve

  • Carrie Crippen

  • Mike Henning

  • Mike Hewing

From the HSHS St. Anthony’s Foundation Leadership Council

  • Travis Farley

  • Michael Karibian

From the Home Care and Hospice Advisory Committee

  • Jenifer Cooper

  • Debbie Devall

From the Auxiliary Executive Committee

  • Lois Repking

 
The hospital also honored members of the Medical Staff for their years of service to St. Anthony’s.  St. Anthony’s annually recognizes all active members of the Medical Staff celebrating their tenth anniversary and subsequent anniversaries in five-year increments.  Ten members of the Medical Staff were honored this year for their service.  The physicians honored this year were:
For 10 years of service:

  • Amir Cheema, MD

  • Hanna Saba, MD

For 15 years of service:

  • Joseph Borreggine, DPM

  • Ryan Jennings, MD

For 20 years of service:

  • Dominic Imburgia, MD

  • David Kowalski, MD

  • Lisa Kowalski, MD

For 35 years of service:

  • Narinder Arora, MD

  • Charles Runde, MD

For 40 years of service:

  • P.D. Nayak, MD

 
For more information about HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital or to download a copy of HSHS Southern Illinois Division 2016-17 Annual and Community Benefit Report, visit St. Anthony’s web site at stanthonyshospital.org, and click on “Publications & Forms,” at the bottom of the home page.
 
PHOTO CAPTION: HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital recently honored members of the hospital leadership groups and the Medical Staff at its Annual Recognition Social on November 28 at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom.  Hospital Medical Staff members honored for their years of service at the event included (left to right) Dr. Ryan Jennings (15 years of service), Dr. Narinder Arora (35 years of service), Dr. P.D. Nayak (40 years of service), Dr. Charles Runde (35 years of service), and Dr. Hanna Saba (10 years of service).  Also honored at the event but not pictured included Dr. Amir Cheema (for 10 years of service); Dr. Joseph Borreggine (15 years of service); and Dr. Dominic Imburgia, and Drs. David and Lisa Kowalski (all for 20 years of service).  

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