Guthrie Encourages Community to "Show Their Hearts" This Valentine's Day

February 9, 2022

February is a time for giving cards, flowers and love notes to those closest to your heart. This Valentine’s Day, and every holiday of the year, Guthrie Corning Hospital will be filled with doctors, nurses, and staff working together to provide healing and hope for patients and their families.  

Guthrie invites you to celebrate the dedication of the Guthrie Corning Hospital team that works tirelessly to provide compassionate care to the community by “showing your heart for health care.”  

With a gift to Guthrie Corning Hospital you’ll receive: 

  • A Special Gift for You: With your donation, you will receive a heart shaped lapel pin or a plaque for your business to display, showing your heart for health care.  
  • A Special Gift for the Guthrie Corning Hospital Team: Send your heartfelt encouragement to the Guthrie Corning Hospital care team with a valentine which will be proudly displayed in the hospital lobby. 

Felissa Koernig, President, Guthrie Corning Hospital, said “Our doctors, nurses, and staff put their hearts into the mission of Guthrie Corning Hospital every day. Delivering compassionate and genuine care to our community is at the heart of our work. I hope that we can count on the community’s continued support of Guthrie Corning Hospital and wish you good health throughout the year.” 

“When you make a gift to Guthrie Corning Hospital, you are helping to provide the financial support needed to address the most urgent challenges and arising needs that impact the health and well-being of our patients and their families,” said, Nichole Cocco, Annual Giving Officer for Guthrie Development. “We invite you to Show Your Heart for Health Care by making a gift in support of Guthrie Corning Hospital and its dedicated staff who care for our community each and every day.” 

Guthrie Corning Hospital provides the region with a 65-bed hospital with emergency, ICU, labor and delivery, surgical, and inpatient/outpatient services including wound care, cardiology, medical imaging, and cancer care services. 

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