The Monument Health Foundation has hired Kelsie Dietrich as the Development Coordinator for the John T. Vucurevich Cancer Care Institute and Hospice Services. Monument Health Foundation President Priscilla Romkema said Kelsie’s experiences as an operations manager, technology consultant, executive sales assistant and brand ambassador will be an asset to the Foundation.
“Her exceptional skills in sales and marketing will enable her to further elevate and expand the events, initiatives and future projects related to fundraising for the Cancer Care Institute and Hospice Services, which includes Hospice House, Hospice of the Hills and Hospice of the Northern Hills,” Romkema said. “We are excited to have Kelsie join our Foundation team.”
The Monument Health Foundation acquires and stewards charitable gifts for the benefit of the patients and communities we serve. Donations are used for programs, patient care environments or equipment and are used to provide families with the leading-edge technologies they deserve.
“I am thrilled to be able to pour my energy into creating and managing the fundraising events for the Cancer Care Institute and Hospice,” Kelsie said. “I have always hoped to have a role where I could use my passion to positively impact the community of Rapid City and to truly make a difference in the lives of the people here. I believe that by creating excellent events through the Foundation, we can strengthen the health of our community and build a culture of generosity.”
About Monument Health
Headquartered in Rapid City, S.D., Monument Health is a community-based health care system with a mission to make a difference, every day. Monument Health offers care in 33 medical specialties and serves 20 communities across western South Dakota and in eastern Wyoming. With over 4,500 physicians and caregivers, Monument Health is comprised of 5 hospitals, 8 specialty and surgical centers and more than 40 medical clinics and health care service centers.
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