In the community

Parade pride

Dosher employees, Volunteers and family members join with 10,000 of their closest friends for the N.C. Fourth of July Festival Parade in Southport of which Dosher was a sponsor.

Foundation receives education grant

The Dosher Foundation has received a $20,000 grant from The Noren Foundation, a private foundation focused on education. This grant supports scholarships to Brunswick Community College students pursuing health careers and professional development/training needs at the hospital. Posing with the check are Dosher Foundation President Lynda Stanley, Foundation Board Vice Chair Mark Bachara, Foundation member Melody Ryan, Foundation Board Chair Barbara Boland, Foundation Board Secretary Beth Nelson, and Foundation member Dr. Scott Starks.

Black Caucus honors Dosher CEO

The North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus recognized Dosher President & CEO Tom Siemers as one of two honorees at its annual banquet in June. At left, Siemers accepts the award from Charles Warren, president of the Bolivia-Brunswick County Chapter of the civic group.

Volunteers award 3 college scholarships

The Dosher Volunteers have awarded $3,000 scholarships to each of three women who are pursuing college studies in the healthcare field. The students are (alphabetically, holding certificates) Rylee Ashburn, East Carolina University; Hannah M. Combs, Brunswick Community College; and Eliza J. Fish, UNC-Chapel Hill. Posing with them are Volunteers Scholarship Committee Chair Verda Darrell and Volunteers Vice-president Jeri Robinson.


Dosher Medical Minute

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