Bon Secours RGH trio presents update to board of supervisors

From left, brothers John and William Carter accepted a resolution from the the Lancaster board of supervisors recognizing the achievements of the late Wardell and Mozell Carter.

by Jackie Nunnery

LANCASTER—Lancaster supervisors on Thursday, August 26, welcomed a report on the construction project and changes in operations at Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital (RGH) in Kilmarnock.

The hospital delegation included Bon Secours Richmond Foundation divisional consultant Jimmie Carter, RGH vice president administrator Alan Bailey and RGH administrative facilities director of nursing Sarah Farmer.

RGH is important not only to the medical health of the community, but it’s essential to the economic health of the community,” said Carter.

The “merger with the hospital six years ago has been a tremendous success. They have invested $15 million in the hospital, we’ve gotten all new equipment to better respond to the needs of our residents, we’re at full employment and economic parity with hospitals in other areas….[to-view-more]