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Bolivar Medical Center Renews Commitment to Healthcare Excellence

1/28/2009

Cleveland, MS - Bolivar Medical Center announced today a renewed commitment to healthcare excellence during a series of town hall meetings with hospital staff led by its CEO, Wes Sigler.

Sigler met with staff throughout the day, enthusiastically securing medical staff and employee commitments to join him in taking Bolivar Medical Center to the next level of excellence in healthcare. During the meetings, he also presented a new ad campaign with ads featuring the hospital's leadership team, medical staff, board of trustees, nursing staff, and non-clinical employees under the theme of "It's A New Day for Healthcare in the Mississippi Delta!"

"Our community has supported Bolivar Medical Center for many years," said Sigler. "And our community deserves only the best from its hometown hospital. Therefore, we are taking the hospital to the next level of excellence in healthcare by enhancing what we already do well, while also focusing more attention on areas that need improvement."

"This renewed effort begins with the leadership team who joins me in a deep commitment to restoring our tradition of excellence," continued Sigler. "Together, we are making a fresh commitment to deliver the highest possible level of patient care to the people of Cleveland and Bolivar County.  Our mission is clear: to provide our physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals with the resources and support they need to give the very best healthcare to the deserving people of our community."

Sigler also introduced a new hospital website and an updated hospital logo.  He concluded each meeting by thanking hospital employees and staff for their support and said he looked forward to the future as "we move ahead together."

Bolivar Medical Center is a 106-bed facility, fully accredited by The Joint Commission. Located at 901 Highway 8 East, the hospital provides a full range of services including 24-hour emergency care, inpatient and outpatient surgery, diagnostic imaging, and a 35-bed long term care unit.

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