Banner picture of Kingman Healthcare Center Auxiliary Volunteers.
There is a group of elderly Volunteers wearing matching long sleeve shirts that says, "KHC- EXCEPTIONAL CARE. EVERY TIME." There is 15 females and 4 males smiling.
There is a small banner across the bottom of the picture that says "We Have the Best Volunteers! They selflessly give their time to serve others. We are truly grateful for their help and support." (heart that says: Thank You)
Graphic at bottom of picture with 4 hands rising with a heart on each hand and the hospital's name, (KINGMAN HEALTHCARE CENTER) and 4 more hands rising with a heart inside each hand.
The Kingman Healthcare Center Auxiliary spends countless hours promoting interest in the hospital and its welfare. We are grateful for the support we receive through the auxiliary.
The Nu-2-U is a local thrift shop managed by the KHC Auxiliary Volunteers. Goods for sale are donated by the community. Since March of 1972, the store has been opening its doors every Friday to the delight of shoppers. It is a unique shop where customers search for clothing, furniture, and the unusual. Proceeds from sales benefit the hospital. The Auxiliary has donated over $950,000 to purchase the latest technology for our patients. Stop by the Nu-2-U located at 222 North Main and see what bargains await.
Pink Ladies are members of the Auxiliary who volunteer at the hospital. They provide a variety of services that benefit both hospital staff and patients.
Loretta Clouse, RN
620-532-3147 ext. 108