Business organization invites business and community members to Sept. 16 meeting
September 3, 2009 - Harris, N.Y. - Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC), Sullivan County's premier provider of health care services, is continuing its community outreach efforts and today announced that CRMC Chief Executive Officer Steve Ruwoldt will be the featured speaker at a Bethel Business Association (BBA) community meeting.
The event will take place Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the White Lake Fire House, located at 1596 Route 17B in White Lake. The BBA is inviting local business people and community members. Refreshments will be served. Registration is not required but those wishing to attend are encouraged to email the BBA, firstname.lastname@example.org
, for additional information.
BBA President Russ Heyman said, "We are always looking for ways to increase awareness of the services offered to our community, not only in the business sector, but the public sector as well. Our organization believes this is a great forum for Mr. Ruwoldt to tout the advances of CRMC and address any concerns community members may have."
At the meeting, Ruwoldt will address the latest advances and improvements at CRMC and offer a question and answer session to those in attendance. Ruwoldt was appointed Chief Executive Officer of CRMC in July 2007 and oversees all day-to-day operations of its facilities in Harris and Callicoon. Under Ruwoldt's guidance, the hospital has increased the quality of services offered and received recognition from the New York State Department of Health and The Joint Commission.
Ruwoldt stated, "Our efforts to speak with the Sullivan County community are ongoing and I look forward to the opportunity to speak with Bethel business owners and community members. I encourage them to attend the event and learn about all the advances taking place at CRMC."
The BBA's mission is to create, promote, facilitate, enhance and protect business and commerce in the Town of Bethel through marketing, events, education, support, networking, and advocacy.