CHS-Anson participates in “Tree of Life” planting, blessing

For the Record Teammates with Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson add dirt to cover a new tree. The system’s “Tree of Life” logo has represented the system for more than 30 years. Earlier this month, the Wadesboro hospital planted a tree to symbolize the system’s new mission statement. “It is more than a logo, it represents our commitment to serving the health and wellness of patients and communities,” the company said in a release. “We have a new mission statement: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all. To celebrate our new mission statement we are planting an actual tree at each facility to help keep our ‘Tree of Life’ healthy.” Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson staff and community leaders joined together to plant a tree on March 9. Michelle Robinson, the hospital’s chaplain, blessed the tree before it was planted.

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Teammates with Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson add dirt to cover a new tree.

The system’s “Tree of Life” logo has represented the system for more than 30 years. Earlier this month, the Wadesboro hospital planted a tree to symbolize the system’s new mission statement.

“It is more than a logo, it represents our commitment to serving the health and wellness of patients and communities,” the company said in a release. “We have a new mission statement: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all. To celebrate our new mission statement we are planting an actual tree at each facility to help keep our ‘Tree of Life’ healthy.”

Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson staff and community leaders joined together to plant a tree on March 9. Michelle Robinson, the hospital’s chaplain, blessed the tree before it was planted.

For the Record Teammates with Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson add dirt to cover a new tree. The system’s “Tree of Life” logo has represented the system for more than 30 years. Earlier this month, the Wadesboro hospital planted a tree to symbolize the system’s new mission statement. “It is more than a logo, it represents our commitment to serving the health and wellness of patients and communities,” the company said in a release. “We have a new mission statement: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all. To celebrate our new mission statement we are planting an actual tree at each facility to help keep our ‘Tree of Life’ healthy.” Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson staff and community leaders joined together to plant a tree on March 9. Michelle Robinson, the hospital’s chaplain, blessed the tree before it was planted.
https://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_CHS-Anson-Tree-of-Life-fz.jpgFor the Record Teammates with Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson add dirt to cover a new tree. The system’s “Tree of Life” logo has represented the system for more than 30 years. Earlier this month, the Wadesboro hospital planted a tree to symbolize the system’s new mission statement. “It is more than a logo, it represents our commitment to serving the health and wellness of patients and communities,” the company said in a release. “We have a new mission statement: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all. To celebrate our new mission statement we are planting an actual tree at each facility to help keep our ‘Tree of Life’ healthy.” Carolinas HealthCare System-Anson staff and community leaders joined together to plant a tree on March 9. Michelle Robinson, the hospital’s chaplain, blessed the tree before it was planted.