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Gifts Provide Solid Foundation
Searcy resident Sybil Clay recently made a generous gift to the White County Medical Foundation in loving memory of her husband Glenn Clay.
To commemorate Clay’s gift, she was presented with a stone to place under the Tree of Life, which is located on the first floor at White County Medical Center located at 3214 E. Race Ave. The Tree of Life is a permanent fixture within the hospital that represents gifts made in honor or memory of a loved one.
Clay said she feels led to give because she has reaped the benefits from the generosity of others before her. “I wanted to give toward the Cancer Center of Excellence, because my husband and I both received treatment here in Searcy, which was wonderful because it is so close to home,” she said. “People from Searcy and all over this part of the state will benefit from the center.”
She previously gave in honor of medical oncologist Ryan Koch, D.O., and radiation oncologist Cheryl Payne, M.D.
As the leading healthcare provider in a six-county area, White County Medical Center associates strive to create a healthy community by providing quality patient care and participating in community health events. White County Medical Center is the second-largest employer in Searcy with more than 1450 associates. The facility has a combined total of 438 licensed beds and a medical staff of 150 physicians that specialize in various areas of healthcare.
PHOTO: Sybil Clay with her sister Polly West stand near the Tree of Life at White County Medical Center.