(Greenwood, S.C., December 17, 2020) – The Self Regional Healthcare Foundation recently announced that two new trustees were appointed to the Board of Trustees of Self Regional Healthcare Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Self Regional Healthcare: Laurie Smith, CPA and Dr. Lincoln McGinnis. As volunteer leaders, they join 16 existing trustees who provide governance and help generate charitable support to improve healthcare in Greenwood and the Lakelands region.
Laurie Smith is a CPA with Cox Accounting Solutions. Dr. Lincoln McGinnis is Medical Director for the Hospital Medicine program at the Self Regional Healthcare. These new Board members replace outgoing Board members: Philip Bell, Kris Burris, Margaret Hines, Andy Hartung, and Dr. Michael Snider. In addition, the following Board members were reappointed to the Board: John Davidson, Travis Dover, Erin Layland, Dr. Tom Pritchard, Walter Roark, Robbie Sanders, and Lynn Turner. Lastly, Laine Orcutt will serve as the Chairman, Tim Hodges as Vice Chairman, Chris Clem as Treasurer and Hunter Bell as Secretary were re-appointed as the officers for the Foundation Board.
“We are most appreciative of the service of Philip Bell, Andy Hartung, Margaret Hines, and Dr. Michael Snider. Their collective efforts were vital to the successful completion of Our Vision Is 2020 Campaign and we thank each of them for donating some of the their time, talents, and treasures to benefit healthcare in our community and region” said Ken Coffey, Executive Director of the Foundation.
For more information, contact the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation at 864-725-4256.
About Self Regional Healthcare Foundation:
Self Regional Healthcare Foundation is a 501 c (3), not for profit organization (http://www.selfregionalfoundation.org/) that funds health-related programs and projects at Self Regional Healthcare (http://www.selfregional.org/), a not-for-profit, regional referral hospital that provides care to residents of Greenwood, Abbeville, Laurens, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield and Newberry counties. Services include prevention and wellness, acute care and tertiary care services including cancer care, neurosurgery, heart and vascular surgery, NICU, orthopedics and genetics.