Kent & Queen Anne's Hospital
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January 10, 2003


Centreville National Bank of Maryland
Fulfills Five-Year Pledge to
Kent & Queen Anne's Hospital

It was a good year for the Centreville National Bank of Maryland, and a good day for Kent & Queen Anneís Hospitalís capital campaign when the bank recently presented a $25,000 check to the hospital. The bank is the first community business to fulfill its five-year pledge to Kent & Queen Anneís Hospitalís capital campaign, Raising the Standard of Excellence. Centreville National Bank meet its five year pledge in one year.

The Raising the Standard of Excellence campaign began in the fall of 2000 and has received nearly $4.5 million in community support toward its five-year, $6 million goal. Proceeds are helping to fund two new major health care initiatives at the hospital: a diagnostic cardiac catheterization service and a permanent, in-house magnetic resonance imaging service. Additionally, the hospital has significantly expanded its emergency department and oncology treatment suite in response to the need for more outpatient services. The construction of a new, significantly larger operating room to better accommodate vascular and orthopedic surgeries and a centralized patient registration lobby and admitting area with a new main entrance are scheduled for completion shortly.

Pictured left to right, front row are Kathy Walls, vice president of marketing, Centreville National Bank; Daniel Saunders, Kent & Queen Anneís Hospitalís capital campaign co-chairperson; Daniel T. Cannon, president, Centreville National Bank;
and Willis Wells, campaign co-chairperson. Back row, left to right are: William Catherwood, chairperson, campaign family division; Roger Brown, chairperson, campaign major gifts division; Carol Cords, co-chairperson, campaign auxiliary division; Charles D. MacLeod, chairperson, Kent & Queen Anneís hospital board of directors; Lois Smith, co-chairperson, auxiliary division; and William R. Kirk, Jr., president & CEO of Kent & Queen Anneís Hospital.

Kent & Queen Anneís Hospital is a member of Chester River Health System which provides community-wide healthcare through a network of community-based services.