HDH hosts Break for Breakfast


Highland District Hospital welcomed and served over 500 community members Wednesday morning as visitors rolled through the parking lot to bring awareness to the most common women’s cancer – breast cancer. The Break for Breakfast event, open to the community, is hosted yearly to celebrate those who have survived, to encourage those currently diagnosed and receiving treatment, and to offer hope to those who have had loved ones suffering from the disease. Each person received a bagel and juice breakfast, as well as a tote bag with educational materials about breast cancer, and other items from Susan G. Komen Southwest Ohio. Misty Campbell, lead mammography technologist at HDH, delivers a tote bag to one of the visitors.


Highland District Hospital welcomed and served over 500 community members Wednesday morning as visitors rolled through the parking lot to bring awareness to the most common women’s cancer – breast cancer. The Break for Breakfast event, open to the community, is hosted yearly to celebrate those who have survived, to encourage those currently diagnosed and receiving treatment, and to offer hope to those who have had loved ones suffering from the disease. Each person received a bagel and juice breakfast, as well as a tote bag with educational materials about breast cancer, and other items from Susan G. Komen Southwest Ohio. Misty Campbell, lead mammography technologist at HDH, delivers a tote bag to one of the visitors.

Highland District Hospital welcomed and served over 500 community members Wednesday morning as visitors rolled through the parking lot to bring awareness to the most common women’s cancer – breast cancer. The Break for Breakfast event, open to the community, is hosted yearly to celebrate those who have survived, to encourage those currently diagnosed and receiving treatment, and to offer hope to those who have had loved ones suffering from the disease. Each person received a bagel and juice breakfast, as well as a tote bag with educational materials about breast cancer, and other items from Susan G. Komen Southwest Ohio. Misty Campbell, lead mammography technologist at HDH, delivers a tote bag to one of the visitors.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Break-pic.jpgHighland District Hospital welcomed and served over 500 community members Wednesday morning as visitors rolled through the parking lot to bring awareness to the most common women’s cancer – breast cancer. The Break for Breakfast event, open to the community, is hosted yearly to celebrate those who have survived, to encourage those currently diagnosed and receiving treatment, and to offer hope to those who have had loved ones suffering from the disease. Each person received a bagel and juice breakfast, as well as a tote bag with educational materials about breast cancer, and other items from Susan G. Komen Southwest Ohio. Misty Campbell, lead mammography technologist at HDH, delivers a tote bag to one of the visitors.
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