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Paris Regional Medical Center Gives Thanks To Community

PRMC team members volunteer in the serving line at the Community Thanksgiving meal. (L to R): Heather Fite, Whitney Eatherly, Kayla Naron

PARIS, Texas — It is essential to our organization to give back to our community whenever we can, and the holiday season always brings exceptional opportunities for service. Last week, our nutrition services team, led by Director James Hall, spent three days and more than 80 person-hours preparing the meal for the Community Thanksgiving with Christians in Action that takes place downtown each year. With that food, we were able to bless more than 500 people with a hot meal, plus hundreds more as we delivered the leftovers to the Salvation Army for distribution.

“We cherish these times to be able to work together to spread joy throughout our town,” CEO Steve Hyde said. “For decades, and especially through the pandemic, our community has supported us, our team members, and the many changes we have gone through. In the same way, we truly value being able to return that support and appreciation through community service.”

Additionally, our team members contributed roughly 100 boxes of stuffing to the annual stuffing drive for the Downtown Food Pantry. Our administration gifted more than 800 turkeys/hams to our team members. And, the yearly tradition, CEO Steve Hyde started as a way to say “thank you” to staff in the season of gratitude. Like years past, we donated the 100 remaining hams to the Downtown Food Pantry.

Our mission at PRMC is “Making Communities Healthier.” While we might sometimes take for granted having ready access to food, we know how important nutrition is for a healthy body and that many of our neighbors can significantly benefit from good food. We are proud and honored to contribute to our community’s health in more ways than one.