March 4, 2013
Special to the Daily News
SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. — Every year DaVita Dialysis Centers’ choose an organization or charity within each of the facility’s community that has gone above and beyond to help individuals in the area fulfill needs that they may not be able to do themselves.
In honor to show DaVita’s way of giving back to the community, this year, DaVita Dialysis chose the Tug Valley Recovery Shelter as their annual recipient of the $1,000 donation.
Presenting the check to Kim Ryan, the Director of the Tug Valley Recovery Shelter is Sharon Preece, South Williamson DaVita Dialysis Facility Administrator/RN.
Also pictured from left to right are as follows:
Deanna Hannah, Charge RN; Brandi Davis, Social Worker for Region 9 DaVita Dialysis; Kim Ryan, Director of the Tug Valley Recovery Shelter; Kim Starr, Acute Care RN; Angelia Elia, LPN/PCT; Rachel Smith, PCT/Reuse; Juanita Starr, PCT; Sharon Preece, South Williamson DaVita Dialysis Facility Administrator/RN; Linda Maynard, BIO-Medical Technician for Region 9 DaVita Dialysis; Katrina Rutherford, South Williamson DaVita Dialysis Administrator Assistant; Star Kitchen, Charge RN; Tabitha Bell, Reuse Tech; and Heather Varney, Eastern Kentucky Dialysis Facility Administrator/RN.
Not Pictured are Jill Dempsey, LPN/PCT; Lea Hull, Dietician; Kristie Reed, PD/RN; and Amy Reed, Group Facility Administrator for Region 9 DaVita Dialysi/FA for the West Virginia DaVita Dialysis/RN.