Atrium Medical Center HEAL Program holds annual Walk to Remember
September 12, 2017
Atrium Medical Center HEAL Program to hold annual Walk to Remember
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio, September 12, 2017: Atrium Medical Center’s Help Endure a Loss (HEAL) Program will host its 19th Annual Walk to Remember at 2 p.m. on Sunday, October 1. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m.
The event will take place at the HEAL Memory Garden on the Atrium Medical Center campus at One Medical Center Drive in Middletown. Anyone who has been touched by the death of a child, regardless of age or circumstance, is welcome to attend.
The HEAL Memory Garden, located on the east side of the hospital, is a quiet place where families can go to remember and celebrate the lives of children who have gone far too soon. It features the Angel of Hope monument, a nationally recognized symbol of hope and healing.
Guests are asked to park in front of the Atrium Family YMCA building entrance on Atrium Medical Center’s campus at 5750 Innovation Drive, Middletown, OH 45005. Registration and mementos for the walk will be available at the welcome station. The ½ mile walk will begin promptly at 2 p.m. followed by a memorial “reading of their names” and ceremonial balloon release at the garden.
For more information about this year’s Walk or the HEAL Program, contact HEAL coordinators Rachel Fadden or Allison Campbell at (513) 974-4056 or visit www.AtriumMedCenter.org/HEAL.
Atrium Medical Center is a full-service hospital and Level III Trauma Center located conveniently along the Interstate 75 corridor at exit 32, One Medical Center Drive in Middletown, between Cincinnati and Dayton. The hospital employs approximately 1,500 people in full-time, part-time and on-call positions. Atrium is operated by the Dayton-based nonprofit Premier Health system.
Based in Dayton, Ohio, Premier Health (www.premierhealth.com) has a mission to improve the health of the communities it serves. The health system operates four hospitals: Miami Valley Hospital with an additional site at Miami Valley Hospital South; Good Samaritan Hospital-Dayton; Atrium Medical Center; and Upper Valley Medical Center. In addition, the health system offers a health plan, a large primary and specialty care network, and home health services.