We are very grateful for the efforts of our board, which is composed of volunteers from our community and the Health Services Professions.
It is my privilege to chair the Rocky Health Foundation Board. My experience working at the hospital has given me a unique insight into the needs of the Rocky HealthCare Centre. Over the years our board has worked to provide equipment to our hospital, which in turn, leads to better health in our region.
I am one of the founding members of the Hospital Foundation and have served on the board since 2002. I believe it is vital that the hospital continue to upgrade and maintain equipment and services to ensure that the overall operation of the hospital successfully fulfills its ongoing health care obligations to the community it serves.
Rocky has been my home for over 40 years. I've raised my family, worked and volunteered within the community. I believe that good healthcare is vital to each of us from birth to retirement and beyond, and I'm proud to be able to serve on the Rocky Health Foundation since 2007.
Dale has lived and worked in Rocky Mountain House for 43 years. His experience in business is a valuable asset to the Foundation. Dale chose to volunteer for the Foundation because he believes every person deserves the best possible care they can receive and the Foundation helps to keep care close to home.
Joining the board of our Foundation in 2017 and currently serving as the board secretary, Moe is originally from High River. Moe moved to Rocky Mountain House in 2006 and works for the local radio station, B-94. Over the years Moe has seen how much the Foundation has done for the Rocky Health Centre and is proud to be part of this organization that helps provide up-to-date care for our community members.
I have been part of the Rocky Mountain House Health Services Foundation since it's inception, representing as Site Manager and Community Representative, providing guidance re fundraising needs in our facility. I have a passion for sustaining high quality health services at the Rocky Mountain House Health today and in the years to come.
Gladys joined the Foundation in 2019 to support and advocate for cultural sensitivity within the Rocky Mountain House Health Centre.
I believe it is everyone's responsibility to support the community resources we use. Working together to build a strong community should be a goal we all work towards. The Foundation has a great history of building partnerships that serve the region by providing enhanced healthcare.
Randall joined the Foundation as a director in 2020, bringing experience in financial management and inspiring team building. Randall’s love and the commitment to our beautiful region is demonstrated through his volunteerism and community spirit.