New location, same exceptional care
by Andrea Powell, HPCCR Marketing Manager
Well, it’s official. Enormous scissors were procured and a bright blue ribbon was ceremoniously cut. The brand spanking new Hospice & Palliative Care Lincoln County office is open for business!
Ok, it’s actually been open for business for a few weeks, but last night we had our celebratory open house. Lincolnton mayor John O. Gilleland and HPCCR President & CEO Pete Brunnick both said a few words and, together, they cut the ribbon in front of the door. And the celebration began.
Over 75 attendees came to check out our spacious, new building. Appetizers and cupcakes quickly disappeared as guests roamed the rooms and chatted with friends and neighbors. It was a beautiful spring evening, the perfect night to debut our new home in Lincoln County.
Thanks to everyone who came to share the evening with Hospice & Palliative Care Lincoln County. As Pete Brunnick mentioned in his remarks, “this is your hospice and we wouldn’t be here without the support of this community.”
With this new office space, we can better accommodate our growing staff and continue to offer our patients exceptional care. Of course, we provided exceptional care when we were in smaller offices too. Somehow, though, the big scissors and festive ribbon just make it, like I said, a little more “official”.
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