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For Immediate Release
Contact: Sharon Sopp, 410.740.7646, firstname.lastname@example.org
June 12, 2013
Columbia, MD – Howard County General Hospital: A Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine (HCGH) is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Rendon-Sherman has been elected chair of the Howard Hospital Foundation’s Board. The Howard Hospital Foundation is a private, non-profit organization entrusted to provide philanthropic support of Howard County General Hospital. Sherman will join the Board of Trustees at the Foundation to help guide efforts to raise and manage funds for the hospital. “With new leadership at the hospital in the coming year and the changing healthcare environment, I want to ensure that the hospital can meet the needs of residents in the future, as it has for the past 40 years. I look forward to supporting the hospital,” says Sherman.
Elizabeth Rendon-Sherman is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer at LG-TEK, a leading software company with the intelligence community located in Elkridge, Md. As a resident of Howard County for more than thirty years, Sherman has been a long-time supporter of Howard County General Hospital.
About Howard County General Hospital
Howard County General Hospital: A Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine is a not-for-profit health care provider with 249 licensed beds located in Columbia, Maryland. A comprehensive, acute-care medical center, Howard County General offers a full range of services, from neonatal care and pediatrics to oncology, orthopedics and geriatric services. Programs include a full range of inpatient and outpatient services.
The hospital has a professional staff of nearly 900 physicians and allied health professionals, representing more than 90 specialties and subspecialties; a workforce of more than 1,700 individuals and nearly 500 volunteers.