Grand View Hospital Collecting Greatest Stories as Part of its Upcoming 100th Anniversary Celebration
||(May 25, 2012) Sellersville, PA – In recognition of its upcoming 100th Anniversary in 2013, Grand View is collecting personal stories about how the hospital has touched people’s lives.
What began in 1913 as a tiny hospital in a Sellersville farmhouse has grown to be a major regional healthcare provider. Many great tales spanning Grand View’s century of care are sure to be discovered. In fact, hospital history touches multiple generations of many area families
|Anyone with a great story to tell about a Grand View experience is invited to share it with the hospital’s public relations department. To submit a story, contact public relations assistant Brenda Burch at 215-453-4699 or submit your story online at www.gvh.org.
The best stories in the following categories will win a prize:
• Family with the most generations born at Grand View
• Best story related to the hospital
• Best photograph taken at Grand View
Winners will receive their choice of gift certificates to a local restaurant or three movie
tickets. Deadline for entries is June 15. With permission, stories may be posted to Grand View’s website or used in hospital publications.
About Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital, Bucks County’s first hospital, has provided residents of Bucks and Montgomery Counties with comprehensive healthcare services since 1913. Now approaching a century strong, Grand View has become known as a quality provider of heart and vascular care, women’s and children’s health, surgery, orthopaedics, and cancer care. Grand View has also expanded with four state-of-the-art outpatient centers offering health and diagnostic care and a cancer treatment center. Visit www.gvh.org
for more information about the hospital, its programs, and services.