Hot Springs, Arkansas – The St. Joseph’s Mercy Auxiliary presented a check for $15,000 to the Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy in Hot Springs.
The Auxiliary, made up of volunteers at Mercy Hospital Hot Springs, was represented by President Linda Houk. She presented the check to Kim Day, Interim President at Mercy Hot Springs, and Marcie Hermann, nurse examiner at the Cooper Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center.
Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center at Mercy Hospital Hot Springs is an Accredited Member of the National Children’s Alliance. It was founded by St. Joseph’s Mercy in 2003 after it was learned that Garland County was part of one of Arkansas’ top three judicial districts in the filing of child maltreatment reports. The center is dedicated to providing comprehensive, coordinated and compassionate services to victims of child abuse.
Since 1888, Mercy in Hot Springs has served the healthcare needs of Hot Springs and surrounding communities. Mercy Hospital Hot Springs is a 282 bed full-service hospital accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, providing an emergency department with a Level 2 Trauma Center designation and a comprehensive range of medical services.