Oncology transportation services
With the help of the Converse County
Hospital Foundation, Cameco, the
Ford Foundation, Greiner Motors
and Memorial Hospital of Converse
County, the Ambassadors now have
an extension of their Care Ride
program. This new free service
escorts patients from Douglas to
Rocky Mountain Oncology in Casper
for treatment. This vehicle is an
exclusive transportation service to
Rocky Mountain Oncology only.
The oncology vehicle runs from 8 a.m. through
4 p.m., Monday to Friday. If you are
interested in using this service, have
questions or are interested in
driving the vehicle, please contact Frank Wiederrecht at 307.358.2122, ext. 1981 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MHCC Ambassadors Take New Delivery
Cameco, Ford Foundation, and Greiner Motors joined Converse County Hospital Foundation for the community dedication at Memorial Hospital of Converse County.
Thanks to our generous donors and fabulous volunteer drivers, we have a beautiful 2014 Ford Flex to transport oncology patients to their treatment appointments in Casper.
On Monday, July 14, at 10 a.m., we gathered together with Cameco and Rocky Mountain Oncology to dedicate and celebrate the collaborative efforts of our organizations. Our Cameco guests included Ken Vaughn, manager of U.S. Communications; Mike Beshore, manager of Reclamation; and Brent Berg, president of Resources. Stacey Ziedler and Meaghan Hennings from Rocky Mountain Oncology were also in attendance. Converse County Hospital Foundation chairperson and vice-chairperson Merritt Harris and Gerry Loader joined the party. Gay Bolln, Arlene Eckland-Earnst, and Bob Kayser represented the Foundation. Our volunteer drivers made the first patient transportation ride immediately following the celebration.